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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
[[File:Blechschmidt model icon.jpg|thumb|Blechschmidt model on display.]]
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[[File:Hill Viebahn Blechschmidt Collection.jpg|thumb|300px|Blechschmidt Collection]]
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[[File:Blechschmidt_model_collection_room.jpg|300px|thumb|The model room at the University of Goettingen.]]
 
(University of Goettingen, Germany)
 
(University of Goettingen, Germany)
  
 
The Blechschmidt Collection, named for Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992), developed methods of human embryo reconstruction from serial sections and generated large models describing the embryonic period of human development. The models include whole surface views as well as detailed views of embryo internal structures.  
 
The Blechschmidt Collection, named for Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992), developed methods of human embryo reconstruction from serial sections and generated large models describing the embryonic period of human development. The models include whole surface views as well as detailed views of embryo internal structures.  
  
The collection consists of 64 models and approximately 200,000 serial sections of human embryos. Some of these embryo serial section sets were incorporated in 1972 into the [[Carnegie Collection]] (assigned Carnegie Nos. 10315-10434), but have since been returned to the University of Goettingen.
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The collection consists of 64 models{{#pmid:13227045|PMID13227045}} and from about 120 human embryos approximately 200,000 serial sections. Some of these embryo serial section sets were incorporated in 1972 into the [[Carnegie Collection]] (assigned Carnegie Nos. 10315-10434), but have since been returned to the University of Goettingen.
  
  
 
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{{Embryo_Collections}}  
 
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==University of Goettingen==
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University of Goettingen - Department of Anatomy and Embryology
 
== Erich Blechschmidt==
 
== Erich Blechschmidt==
Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992)<ref><pubmed>1476247</pubmed></ref> was a German anatomist and director of Göttingen University’s Anatomical Institute from 1942 until 1973. He held alternate theories for embryogenesis based upon "morphogenetic fields" and also believed that more than just genes might act to control development. He wrote several embryology books and research articles ([[Talk:Blechschmidt_Collection#Pubmed Search - Blechschmidt E|32 are listed in PubMed]] between 1955 to 1976) all originally published in the German language.
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| Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992){{#pmid:1476247|PMID1476247}} was a German anatomist and director of Göttingen University’s Anatomical Institute from 1942 until 1973.  
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He held alternate theories for embryogenesis based upon "morphogenetic fields" and also believed that more than just genes might act to control development. He wrote several embryology books and research articles ([[Talk:Blechschmidt_Collection#Pubmed Search - Blechschmidt E|32 are listed in PubMed]] between 1955 to 1976) all originally published in the German language.
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| [[File:Eric Blechschmidt.jpg|150px|alt= Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992)]]
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Erich Blechschmidt<br>(1904 – 1992)
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==Embryos==
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<gallery>
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File:050653-01.jpg|stage 13 (050653)
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File:Bl170452-01.jpg|stage 19 (170452)
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File:Bl130758-01.jpg|stage 20 (130758)
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==Embryo Models==
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<gallery mode="packed-hover" caption="10 mm Embryo (stage17)">
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File:Stage17_model_03.jpg|left
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File:Stage17_model_05.jpg|ventral
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File:Stage17_model_04.jpg|right
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File:Stage17_model_06.jpg|dorsal
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File:Stage17 model_01.jpg|cranial end
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File:Stage17 model_02.jpg|placental cord
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</gallery>
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==Embryo Model Movies==
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{|
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| valign="bottom"|{{Embryo 1.6mm movie 1‎}}
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| valign="bottom"|{{Embryo 3.1mm movie 1‎}}
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| valign="bottom"|{{Embryo 7.5mm movie 1}}
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| valign="bottom"|{{Embryo 10mm movie 1‎}}
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==Embryo Serial Sections==
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===Stage 11===
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[[File:B220849-02.jpg|800px]]
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Sagittal section through embryo (CRL 4.2 mm) week 4 approximately Carnegie stage [[Carnegie stage 11|11]] to [[Carnegie stage 12|12]].
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[[File:B220849-03.jpg|800px]]
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More lateral section of the above embryo showing the yolk sac.
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===Stage 14===
  
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[[File:B100658-02.jpg|800px]]
  
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Sagittal section through embryo (CRL 7.2 mm) week 5 approximately [[Carnegie stage 14|14]]. Only the upper part of the embryo is shown.
  
  
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==35 mm Embryo==
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File:B2020649-130-1.jpg
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File:B2020649-170-1.jpg
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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{{#pmid:29105173}}
  
 
The prenatal developmental stages of man. An Introduction to Human Embryology. Karger, Basel 1960 (German-English parallel text).
 
The prenatal developmental stages of man. An Introduction to Human Embryology. Karger, Basel 1960 (German-English parallel text).
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Introduction

Blechschmidt Collection
The model room at the University of Goettingen.

(University of Goettingen, Germany)

The Blechschmidt Collection, named for Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992), developed methods of human embryo reconstruction from serial sections and generated large models describing the embryonic period of human development. The models include whole surface views as well as detailed views of embryo internal structures.


The collection consists of 64 models[1] and from about 120 human embryos approximately 200,000 serial sections. Some of these embryo serial section sets were incorporated in 1972 into the Carnegie Collection (assigned Carnegie Nos. 10315-10434), but have since been returned to the University of Goettingen.


Image source: The Blechschmidt Collection images are reproduced with the permission of Prof. Christoph Viebahn, director of the Institute of Anatomy and Embryology, , University Medical Center Göttingen. Images are for educational purposes only and cannot be reproduced electronically or in writing without permission.


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University of Goettingen

Department of Anatomy and Embryology Göttingen Seminar (Apr 2015)
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University of Goettingen - Department of Anatomy and Embryology

Erich Blechschmidt

Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992)[2] was a German anatomist and director of Göttingen University’s Anatomical Institute from 1942 until 1973.


He held alternate theories for embryogenesis based upon "morphogenetic fields" and also believed that more than just genes might act to control development. He wrote several embryology books and research articles (32 are listed in PubMed between 1955 to 1976) all originally published in the German language.

Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992)

Erich Blechschmidt
(1904 – 1992)

Embryos

Embryo Models

Embryo Model Movies

Embryo 1.6mm icon.jpg
 ‎‎Embryo 1.6mm
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H090454-1 icon.jpg
 ‎‎Embryo 3.1mm
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7.5mm Embryo movie 1 icon.jpg
 ‎‎Embryo 7.5mm
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Embryo 10mm surface icon.jpg
 ‎‎Embryo 10mm
Page | Play

Embryo Serial Sections

Stage 11

B220849-02.jpg

Sagittal section through embryo (CRL 4.2 mm) week 4 approximately Carnegie stage 11 to 12.

B220849-03.jpg

More lateral section of the above embryo showing the yolk sac.


Stage 14

B100658-02.jpg

Sagittal section through embryo (CRL 7.2 mm) week 5 approximately 14. Only the upper part of the embryo is shown.


35 mm Embryo

References

  1. BLECHSCHMIDT E. (1954). [Reconstruction method by using synthetic substances; a process for investigation and demonstration of developmental movements]. Z Anat Entwicklungsgesch , 118, 170-4. PMID: 13227045
  2. . (1992). [In memory of the anatomist and embryologist Erich Blechschmidt (1904-1992)]. Ann. Anat. , 174, 479-84. PMID: 1476247

Miyazaki R, Makishima H, Männer J, Sydow HG, Uwabe C, Takakuwa T, Viebahn C & Yamada S. (2018). Blechschmidt Collection: Revisiting specimens from a historical collection of serially sectioned human embryos and fetuses using modern imaging techniques. Congenit Anom (Kyoto) , 58, 152-157. PMID: 29105173 DOI.

The prenatal developmental stages of man. An Introduction to Human Embryology. Karger, Basel 1960 (German-English parallel text).


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