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Chart 5. Field and curve of mean menstrual age for specimens in the Carnegie Collection having menstrual histories

The circles placed at the 32d, 36th, and 40th weeks are taken from Zangemeister's (1911) data and are used to complete the curve to the termination of pregnancy.

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Embryo Size Links: Fig. 1 Fetus grades | Fig. 2 Measuring Instrument | Table 1 sitting height and weight | Table 2 Weight | Table 3 variation height and weight | Table 4 Foot length | Table 5 Head modulus | Table 6 embryos less than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 1 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 2 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 3 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 4 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 5 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 6 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 7 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 8 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 9 embryos more than 10 grams | Table 7 Page 10embryos more than 10 grams | Chart 1 crown-rump length | Chart 2 curve of growth | Chart 3 Foot length and head modulus | Chart 4 Carnegie Collection over 200 grams | Chart 5 weight and head modulus | Contributions to Embryology

Reference

Streeter GL. Weight, sitting height, head size, foot length, and menstrual age of the human embryo. (1920) Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. , : 143-170.


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