Image shows Acheiropodia in rabbit characterized by absent limbs and extremeties (including parts of the ears). The ears are not functionally compromised but the absent limbs or limb extremities compromise the full motor functionality of the rabbit.
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HEREDITARY BRACHYIACTYLIA AND ALLIED ABNORMALITIES IN THE RABBIT BY HARRY S. N. GREENE, M.D., AND JOHN A. SAXTON, JR., M.D. (From the Department of Animal and Plant Pathology of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Princeton, New Jersey) THE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE VOL. 69 1939.
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