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Background Reading


Embryo Photographs

Lunar Caustic Photographs

Embryo @ 3 to 4 weeks

Gestational sac intact http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5429354528/in/set-72157617368698808

These photos were taken on February 8, 2011 using a Nikon D700.


Gestational sac open http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5429354722/in/set-72157617368698808

A 6mm embryo is identified which shows a possible heart bulge on the anterior
surface. No limb bud is seen.


5mm Embryo http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5102540534/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on October 21, 2010 using a Nikon D700.

An embryo from an ectopic pregnancy which is approximately 3 to 4 weeks estimated gestational age from conception. It was 0.5 cm long. See larger view for detail.

Stage 13

Embryo @ 6- 7 weeks

6 weeks

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/3233482244/in/set-72157617368698808

Approximately 6 weeks estimated gestational age from conception, 8 weeks from LMP. Shot with 105 mm Micro-NIKKOR lens with 2 off camera SB-800's. Specimen is submerged in alcohol.

This photo was taken on January 23, 2009 using a Nikon D200.


Embryo in gestational sac

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5036733982/in/set-72157617368698808

Embryo received with membranes intact. 1.6cm. EGA approximately 6-7 weeks from conception.

This photo was taken on September 29, 2010 using a Nikon D700.


Embryo open gestational sac

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5036733816/in/set-72157617368698808

Embryo received with membranes intact. 1.6cm. EGA approximately 6-7 weeks from conception.


6-7 weeks embryo and placenta 1

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/4619049908/in/set-72157617368698808

Human Embryo: 6 - 7 weeks

This is an approximately 6-7 week estimated gestational age 19mm embryo from conception, 8-9 weeks from LMP. Features include finger rays and cerebral hemispheres. Shot with NIkon D700 with 105 mm Micro-NIKKOR lens with 2 off camera SB-800's. Specimen is submerged in alcohol. View in large to see the detail.

This photo was taken on May 18, 2010 using a Nikon D700.


6-7 weeks embryo and placenta 2

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/4618438015/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on May 18, 2010 using a Nikon D700.


6-7 weeks embryo and placenta 3

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/4618437757/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on May 18, 2010 using a Nikon D700.


6-7 weeks embryo and placenta 4

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5736740711/in/set-72157617368698808

Ectopic pregnancy: embryo @ 6-7 weeks

Fallopian tube with extruded placenta and embryo still within amniotic sac. The embryo is approximately 6-7 weeks EGA from conception. Image taken after submerging in 95% alcohol with a Nikon D3s and 105mm micro Nikkor lens and 3 off camera SB800's fired with an on camera SB900... TTL in manual mode 1/250, f51.


This photo was taken on May 19, 2011 using a Nikon D3S.

8 weeks

8 weeks 1

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/3387266909/in/set-72157617368698808

Fetus @ approximately 8 weeks from conception, 10 weeks estimated gestational age from LMP.

This was taken with a Nikon D200 and a 105 mm micro Nikkor with 3 SB-800's off camera, fired with an SB-900 on camera, commander mode, TTL. Uncropped version.


This photo was taken on March 25, 2009 using a Nikon D200.




8 weeks 2

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/3385925240/in/set-72157617368698808

Fetus @ approximately 8 weeks from conception, 10 weeks estimated gestational age from LMP.

This was taken with a Nikon D200 and a 105 mm micro Nikkor with 3 SB-800's off camera, fired with an SB-900 on camera, commander mode, TTL. Please view at large or original size to see the detail.

This photo was taken on March 25, 2009 using a Nikon D200.

Fetus week 9-10

9-10 Week Fetus 1

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2433149102/in/set-72157617368698808

Notable in the this fetus is an extraembryonic coelom in the umbilical cord. Loops of intestine are seen as a bulge of orange material in the cord near it's attachment to the abdominal wall. These loops will withdraw at arould week 11. If these do not return, the condition is called an omphalocele.

This photo was taken on December 20, 2007 using a Nikon D200.




9-10 Week Fetus 2

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2128618333/in/set-72157617368698808

Notable in the this fetus is an extraembryonic coelom in the umbilical cord. Loops of intestine are seen as a bulge of orange material in the cord near it's attachment to the abdominal wall. These loops will withdraw at arould week 11. If these do not return, the condition is called an omphalocele.

This photo was taken on December 20, 2007 using a Nikon D200.


10 Week Fetal heart

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2140444282/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on December 25, 2007 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


10 Week Fetal lung and liver

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2140444830/in/set-72157617368698808


10 Week Fetal testes

fetal testes 2 10 weeks

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2139659999/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on December 25, 2007 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


10 Week Fetal kidney

fetal kidney 10 weeks

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2139660645/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on December 25, 2007 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


10 Week Fetal cord 1

fetal umb. cord 10 weeks

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2140446912/in/set-72157617368698808

This photo was taken on December 25, 2007 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


10 Week Fetal cord 2

fetal umb cord with intestines 10 weeks

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2140447458/in/set-72157617368698808

loops of intestines in an extraembryonic coelom within the umbilical cord of a 10 week old fetus. On the gross picture these loops can also be seen as orange material near the insertion of the umbilical cord.


Fetus 10 - 12 weeks

10-12 Week Fetus 1

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/5229381679/in/set-72157617368698808

CR 3.6cm. For perspective the foot length is 0.6 cm which is about the same length of the embryo in the following picture on the photostream at 3 - 4 weeks developement. You will need to view on black to get a feeling for the detail. Use the magnifying glass button above the photo.


This photo was taken on December 3, 2010 using a Nikon D700.


Fetal testes with adrenal rest

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2072059866/in/set-72157603324290191/

This photo was taken on August 28, 2007 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


Pathology

Ovary - Brenner tumor and Mucinous Cystadenoma

Ovary with Brenner tumor and Mucinous Cystadenoma

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/4581581324/in/set-72157603324290191

A yellow nodule was idenitified incidentally in an ovary taken out with a hysterectomy. A Brenner tumor was identified along with a mucinous cystadenoma. Brenner tumors, mucinous lesions and teratomas are known to occur simultaneously.

This photo was taken on May 4, 2010 using a Nikon D200.


Uterus - placenta accreta 1


Uterus with placenta accreta

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2759517405/in/set-72157603324290191

Hysterectomy specimen with abnormal placentation. Residual placental tissue is seen adherant to the uterine wall. Chorionic villi are in direct contact with smooth muscle, without an intervening layer of decidua. Placenta accreta is a common cause for post partum hysterectomy.

This photo was taken on August 11, 2008 using a Nikon E5400.


Uterus - placenta accreta 2


Uterus with placenta accreta

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2760359820/in/set-72157603324290191

Hysterectomy specimen with abnormal placentation. Residual placental tissue is seen adherant to the uterine wall. Chorionic villi are in direct contact with smooth muscle, without an intervening layer of decidua. Placenta accreta is a common cause for post partum hysterectomy.


Uterus - placenta accreta 3


Uterus with placenta accreta

histology section

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2760359624/in/set-72157603324290191

Hysterectomy specimen with abnormal placentation. Chorionic villi are in direct contact with smooth muscle, without an intervening layer of decidua. Placenta accreta is a common cause for post partum hysterectomy

This photo was taken on August 12, 2008 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


Uterus - placenta accreta 4


Uterus with placenta accreta

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2759517241/in/set-72157603324290191

Hysterectomy specimen with abnormal placentation. Chorionic villi are in direct contact with smooth muscle, without an intervening layer of decidua. Placenta accreta is a common cause for post partum hysterectomy

This photo was taken on August 12, 2008 using a Nikon DS-Fi1-L2.


Hydatidiform mole 1

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2450418886/in/set-72157603324275517

complete hydatidiform mole. Over 700 grams of dilated vesicles. The old hemmorhage is typical for complete over partial mole, along the large amount of material.


This photo was taken on April 17, 2008 using a Nikon D200.


Hydatidiform mole 2

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2448625511/in/set-72157603324275517

complete hydatidiform mole; tissue is suspended in water

This photo was taken on April 17, 2008 using a Nikon D200.



Hydatidiform mole 3

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2449448420/in/set-72157603324275517

tissue is not suspended in water


Hydatidiform mole 4

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2449448150/in/set-72157603324275517

tissue is not suspended in water


Hydatidiform mole 5

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2448406837/in/set-72157603324275517

histology section


Hydatidiform mole 6

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2449230110/in/set-72157603324275517

histology section


Hydatidiform mole 7

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2448406613/in/set-72157603324275517

histology section


Hydatidiform mole 8

complete hydatidiform mole

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2448406497/in/set-72157603324275517

histology section

Hydatidiform mole 9

Hydatidiform mole 10


Uterus with carcinosarcoma

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2448406497/in/set-72157603324275517


Uterus with large carcinosarcoma which fills the uterine cavity and invades superficially into the myometrium. Carcinomatous component is squamous. No heterologous elements were identified.



Adult granulosa cell tumor

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunarcaustic/2072059774/in/set-72157603324275517/

This photo was taken on October 19, 2007 using a Nikon E5400.