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Table 1. Menstrual age with mean sitting height and weight

Based on 701 specimens of the Carnegie Collection, distributed as follows: white males 252; white females 241; negro males GO; negro females 60; other races, males 1.5, females 11; unidentified as to race or sex, 59. These data correspond to the curves shown in charts 1, 2, and 4.

1 Many of the specimens between the twenty-eighth and fortieth weeks were embalmed, and in these cases the weight given is the fresh weight plus 5 per cent.


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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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