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Human embryo development in photos

We went to the fascinating photo album on Flickr released by the user lunar caustic . The album is a collection of photographs of human development that shows the finest details. These photos are also included in the medical catalog of embryonic development. Similar photographs were taken by Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson in 1965 and published in the journal Life. Photographs and accompanying text belong to Flickr lunar caustic .

An embryo of ectopic (non-maternal) pregnancy whose gestational age is approximately 3 to 4 weeks. It's half a centimeter long


This is an embryo about 4 to 5 weeks after conception. This was ectopic pregnancy in the egg cell.


This is an embryo about 4 to 5 weeks after conception. This was ectopic pregnancy in the egg cell.


An elephant star for seven weeks shot with a stereoscopic microscope


Gestational age is approximately 6 weeks, 8 weeks since the last menstrual period.


An alias is received, membranes are intact. 1.6 cm. Gestational Age Approximately 6-7 Weeks From Conception


This is about a 6-7 week old 19-millimeter embryo, 8-9 weeks since the last menstrual period. Fingers and cerebral hemispheres appear.


The same embryo from the other corner


The same embryo from the other corner


An extension cord with an extruded plaquette and embossed still inside an amniotic bag. The embryo is a gestational age of about 6-7 weeks.


Passage 7-8 weeks after conception


Embryo about 8 weeks after conception, estimated gestational age is 10 weeks since the last menstrual period.


This embryo still has an intact amniotic bag. The most significant finding is a chorionic cavity containing the small intestine loop.


In this embryo, there is a significant coronal cavity in the umbilical cord. Haze of the hose is seen as an expanse of orange material in the cuff close to its joining with the abdominal wall. These loops will be withdrawn around the 11th week. If it is not withdrawn, the condition is called the umbilical cord.


10-12 weeks old: For perspective, the foot length is 0.6 cm, which is the same length as the embryo on the 3rd or 4th week of development

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