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FETAL LIVER MORPHOMETRY AT DIFFERENT CROWN RUMP LENGTHS
Journal of Anatomical Sciences
Normal morphometric parameters of liver in human fetus were studied at various stage of development with an aim to get insight into the normal development of fetal liver. Material & Methods: Dissection of 29 human fetuses was performed. Anthropometric study was done and various parameters were measured. Results: The development of liver is associated with increase in all the parameters although the increase is highly variable in different gestational age, indicating that liver developmentdoi:10.46351/jas.v26i1pp24-27 fatcat:3zrfb22kk5edfdtnfreygtfa7m