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Page 135 - Munich. Edited, with Extensive Additions to Both Text and Illustrations, by G. CARL HUBER, MD, Junior Professor of Anatomy and Director of the Histological Laboratory, University of Michigan. Authorized Translation from the Second Revised German Edition, by HERBERT H.