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Human Fetus

female, 10 week, 40 mm CRL, early fetal, sagittal section, pelvic region

This stage of development is after the embryonic period (up to week 8) but still only 2 weeks into early fetal development.

Original file name: planesm.jpg

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Fetus (week 10) Planes A (most lateral), B (lateral), C (medial) and D (midline) from lateral towards the midline.

Image Source: UNSW Embryology, no reproduction without permission.

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current14:16, 27 April 2010Thumbnail for version as of 14:16, 27 April 2010600 × 250 (29 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)These are images from an early fetus (female, 10 week, 40 mm). This stage of development is after the embryonic period (up to week 8) but still only 2 weeks into early fetal development. Section A is the most sagittal (towards right) of all sections, pla

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