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Plaque showing the development of a human embryo, Europe, 1801-1830

The plaque shows the development of the human embryo in the later stages of pregnancy. The two lower figures appear to show a new born baby free from its umbilical cord.

Object number:

A600051 Pt9

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Glossary:

Glossary: pregnancy

The condition of having a developing unborn embryo or foetus in the body. A human pregnancy is usually of 40 weeks gestation.

Glossary: obstetrics

A branch of medicine dealing with the care of women. This care occurs during pregnancy, childbirth, and the period of recovery from childbirth.

Glossary: plaque

An ornamental tablet of metal, porcelain etc that depicts a person, scene or inscription. Often fixed to a building in commemoration of a person or notable historical occurence.

Glossary: embryo

An animal or human at an early stage of development, before birth. In humans the term refers to an unborn child up to the eighth week of development.