To this organ the growing foetus is moored by a species of cable, the Umbilical Cord.
How the yolk-sack (umbilical vesicle) is formed is not clear.
They are the Epigastrick, the Umbilical, and the Hypogastrick.
Midwives differ on the point of the moment at which the umbilical cord should be severed.
The somatic stalk together with its contents is known as the umbilical cord.
Near the centre of the embryonic surface is implanted the umbilical cord.
This cord is called the umbilical cord and connects the embryo with the upper part of the womb.
The umbilical cord contains no nerves, as there is no nervous connection between the mother and the child.
The growing fetus is connected with this vascular organ by means of a sort of cable, called the umbilical cord.
The pylorus is overlapped by a part of the liver, usually the lobus quadratus or the umbilical fissure.