File:Human Fetus CRL240mm brain.jpg
Human Fetus Brain
CRL 240 mm, left dorsolateral view, scale bar is 1 cm.
Note the prominent Sylvian fissure, relative smoothness of the cerebral cortex, and the size of the cerebellum. Compare this late fetal brain cortex with the appearance of the embryonic brain at week 8.
|Embryonic Central Nervous System|
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scale bar = 1 mm
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- Human CNS Images: Carnegie stage 13 | Carnegie stage 13 label | Carnegie stage 14 | Carnegie stage 14 label | Carnegie stage 16 | Carnegie stage 16 label | CN V | Carnegie stage 21 lateral | Carnegie stage 21 median | Fetus CRL 240mm | Neural System Development | Cranial Nerves
|Fetal Links: fetal | Week 10 | Week 12 | second trimester | third trimester | fetal neural | Fetal Blood Sampling | fetal growth restriction | birth | birth weight | preterm birth | Developmental Origins of Health and Disease | macrosomia | BGD Practical | Medicine Lecture | Science Lecture | Lecture Movie | Category:Human Fetus | Category:Fetal|
Nishimura H. Semba R. Tanimura T. and Tanaka O. Prenatal development of the human with special reference to craniofacial structures : An atlas. (1977) U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health ; Washington. Bethesda, Md.
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