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==Human Female Fetus Midgut Herniation (10 week)==
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==Human Female Fetus - Midgut Herniation (10 week)==
  
Large image version of plane D, close to midline {{HE}}.
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Large image version of plane D, close to midline {{HE}} 0.5 mm scale bar
  
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[[Gastrointestinal Tract Development|'''Gastrointestinal Development''']]
  
Note: cross-section of small intestine, mesentery  
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The gastrointestinal tract has an epithelium and glands formed from [[Endoderm|endoderm]], underlying submucosa and smooth muscle formed from splanchnic [[Mesoderm|mesoderm]] and an enteric nervous system formed by [[Neural Crest|neural crest]].
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Loops of the midgut can be seen lying outside the ventral body wall (midgut herniation) but still connected by their mesentery to the posterior body wall. Developing villi can be seen in cross-sections of the midgut. The extensive underlying submucosa is visible and the outer muscularis layer is developing.
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Mesentery is seen attached to some of the midgut loops, but in fact forms a continuous connection to the length of the entire midgut, just not visible in this section. Note the may vessels lying within the mesentery.
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Hindgut lying within the body peritoneal cavity has a different histological appearance from the mid-gut.
  
  

Latest revision as of 17:01, 25 May 2016

Human Female Fetus - Midgut Herniation (10 week)

Large image version of plane D, close to midline (Stain - Haematoxylin Eosin) 0.5 mm scale bar

Gastrointestinal Development

The gastrointestinal tract has an epithelium and glands formed from endoderm, underlying submucosa and smooth muscle formed from splanchnic mesoderm and an enteric nervous system formed by neural crest.

Loops of the midgut can be seen lying outside the ventral body wall (midgut herniation) but still connected by their mesentery to the posterior body wall. Developing villi can be seen in cross-sections of the midgut. The extensive underlying submucosa is visible and the outer muscularis layer is developing.

Mesentery is seen attached to some of the midgut loops, but in fact forms a continuous connection to the length of the entire midgut, just not visible in this section. Note the may vessels lying within the mesentery.

Hindgut lying within the body peritoneal cavity has a different histological appearance from the mid-gut.



Related Images

Human- fetal week 10 planes icon.jpg

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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current22:23, 17 June 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:23, 17 June 20121,200 × 900 (251 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)==Human Female Fetus Midgut Herniation (10 week)== Large image version of plane D, close to midline (H&E stain). 0.7 mm scale bar Note: heart, pericardial cavity {{10wkFetus}}