Human Heart Animations
Pages within the online Cardiac tutorial.
Embryo Stage 13
Movies - Embryo Carnegie stage 13 - These are rotating embryo animations based upon reconstruction of serial slice images.
Embryo Stage 22
Movies - Embryo Carnegie stage 22 - These are rotating embryo animations based upon reconstruction of serial slice images.
||This educational movie was originally developed by Dr. Richard Blandau and Dr. Robert Rushmer (1951) entitled "Congenital Malformations of the Heart". My special thanks to Prof. Robert D Acland, University of Louisville School of Medicine, who has edited and added a new audio track to replace the poor quality audio with the original movie copy.
These historic animations include audio descriptions. Some of these descriptions may be currently inaccurate, the transfer is from an old class film and the audio track is of very poor quality.
|About Historic Animations
| Animations are modified and converted from a historic film (circa 1960's, copyright unknown) demonstrating aspects of human heart development.
The sound quality is quite poor and some of the information is now out of date, most general concepts are still correct.
Please note the relatively large size (Mb) of each excerpt will effect download and viewing.
Live recordings of normal and abnormal chicken heart showing tube rotation direction, muscle contraction and blood flow. The abnormal development shown is due to manipulating the neural crest contribution to the heart. (More? Chicken Development)
MicroComputed Tomography of the mouse embryo (E11.5). (More? Mouse Development)
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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2020, May 30) Embryology Cardiovascular System - Movies. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Cardiovascular_System_-_Movies
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