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embryo +    
allantois of embryonic urinary system 
auditory hillocks +  
basiotic bone 
blastula +  
buccopharyngeal membrane +  
cardinal vein +  
cartilaginous neural arch +  
cleaving embryo +  
Douglas' pouch 
early embryo +  
early premaxilla +  
embryonic capillary plexus 
embryonic cement gland 
embryonic cloaca +  
embryonic cloacal fold +  
embryonic head +  
embryonic intraretinal space 
embryonic lymph heart 
embryonic structure +  
embryonic tagma +  
entire embryonic mesenchyme +  
foramen ovale of heart +  
gastrocolic ligament 
gastrula +  
indifferent external genitalia +  
insect cardiogenic mesoderm +  
insect embryonic segment +  
interventricular foramen of heart 
laryngotracheal groove 
late embryo +  
lens pit 
morula +  
Mullerian duct +  
neurula embryo 
olfactory pit +  
oronasal cavity +  
ovarian bursa 
peritoneal vaginal process +  
A peritoneal diverticulum in the embryonic lower anterior abdominal wall that traverses the inguinal canal. In the male it forms the tunica vaginalis testis and normally loses its connection with the peritoneal cavity; a persistent processus vaginalis in the female is known as the canal of Nuck[MP].
pharyngeal arch system +  
primary choana 
primary head vein +  
primitive heart tube +  
primitive marginal sinus 
proamniotic cavity +  
pupillary membrane 
scapula cartilage element +  
subcardinal vein +  
supracardinal vein +  
uterovesical pouch 

Exact Synonyms: processus vaginalis peritoneus ;   saccus vaginalis
Narrow Synonyms: processus vaginalis peritonei masculinus
Broad Synonyms: processus vaginalis
Related Synonyms: peritoneal diverticulum ;   processus vaginalis peritonei ;   vaginal process ;   vaginal process of peritoneum ;   vaginal process of testis ;   vaginal process of the peritoneum
Xrefs: SCTID:362726001 ;   Wikipedia:Processus_vaginalis
Definition Sources: MP:0009218, Wikipedia:Processus_vaginalis

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