Embryo week 9-10

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    Notable in the this fetus is an extraembryonic coelom in the umbilical cord. Loops of intestine are seen as a bulge of orange material in the cord near it's attachment to the abdominal wall. These loops will withdraw at arould week 11. If these do not return, the condition is called an omphalocele

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    1. Praises139 51 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful photo! Would you be willing to allow me to use it for a collage image for the cover of a book in Hebrew called "Abortions- arguments pro and con"? The book is translated from the original "Prolife Answers to ProChoice questions" by Randy Alcorn and will be distributed freely to libraries in Israel (Also to doctors, hopefully)

    2. Jencarter99 45 months ago | reply

      I was wondering if you would grant me permission in using this photo for a college project. The subject is effects of ionizing radiation in utero. It will displayed at the 2010 Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists. I would be willing to site my references. Thanks for your rapid response.

    3. elamadmin 38 months ago | reply

      This is a beautiful picture and would like to use it in a book we are publishing about the churchs answer to abortions. This book in in Persian and will be given targeting the Christian speaking pastors and leaders of the church. This will be given away as well as sold in our internal bookshop. If you would like references or information on the ministry just let me know.

    4. elamadmin 38 months ago | reply

      Hi, I tried emailing you back the picture it keeps coming back as failure. If you can email me at becki@elam.com I would appreciate it. Thank you

    5. sandracha 29 months ago | reply

      Love this image! May I recieve your permission to use this photo for a graphic design college project?

    6. msn2be11 25 months ago | reply

      I am requesting permission to use this photo for a teaching project in my nursing graduate studies. The topic of my project is the transition from fetal circulation to pulmonary circulation. I will site you in my references. Thank you in advance for your prompt attention to this matter.

    7. Amanda Lantz - Photography 24 months ago | reply

      could I use this picture to a collage I'm making? It has the theme life

    8. BMSBabies 15 months ago | reply

      What a great image! We are wondering if we might be able to use this picture for our upcoming newsletter? The newsletter will be published the first week in February. We will of course credit you for the photo. Feel free to visit our website here: www.beevers.net/ and a sample of our previous newsletters here: www.beevers.net/library/newsletters/. Thank you!

    9. charlesfromchurch 10 months ago | reply

      Hello. May I use this image for an awareness ministry concerning the intricate detail of the human body at that stage of development? charlesfromchurch@gmail.com

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