Fig. 194. Diagrams of two stages in the development of the anterior and posterior cardinal veins, the subcardinal veins (revehent veins of the primitive kidney), and the inferior vena cava
The small branches of the cardinals and subcardinals ramify in the primitive kidneys (mesonephroi).
Slightly modified from Hochstetter.
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