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Week 11 Midgut

This is a hand drawn of the week 11 fetal midgut. It is based off the images from Martin V, Shaw-Smith C, [1]. The Midgut is now completely inside the abdominal cavity shown by the green in the illustration. This article focuses on midgut malrotation, however in doing so describes the retraction of the herniated midgut back into the abdominal cavity due to the rapidly growing abdominal cavity.


References

  1. name="PMID2908440"><pubmed>2908440</pubmed>

--Mark Hill (talk) 11:04, 7 November 2014 (EST) Assessment - Student drawn image. Figure relates to project topic contains reference, copyright and student template. Caption information is useful. The drawing does show return to abdominal cavity, but it is not clearly illustrated in your drawing. This figure should have been combined with the week 10 drawing so that a direct comparison could be made of changes. Minor, there is a problem with your reference formatting.



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19:07, 6 October 2014Thumbnail for version as of 19:07, 6 October 2014865 × 823 (757 KB)Z3415141 (talk | contribs)Week 11: Midgut is now completely inside the abdominal cavity shown by the green in the illustration.

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