Anatomical model showing a nine month foetus in the womb, England, 1997
The model pelvis of a pregnant women has been cut away to reveal a nine-month-old foetus. The full anatomical structure of the pelvis is revealed and the foetus can also be removed. Made by Adam, Rouilly Ltd, the model was constructed from PVC and then hand finished, including the painting of the anatomical detail. It is part of a series showing the progression of pregnancy. Adam, Rouilly Ltd makes a variety of anatomical models as teaching aids for medical and nursing students.
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The condition of having a developing unborn embryo or foetus in the body. A human pregnancy is usually of 40 weeks gestation.
Glossary: anatomical model
A model that demonstrates the structure of the human body through the separation of its parts. Often used for teaching purposes.
A branch of medical science concerned with the structure of living organisms.
The name given to the embryo during the later stages of development. In human reproduction it refers to an unborn child from its eighth week of development.