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English translation: fetal anatomy - anatomy of the fetus

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16:39 Jan 12, 2002
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / medical
English term or phrase: fetal anatomy
medical
june mcmahon
English translation:fetal anatomy - anatomy of the fetus
Explanation:
Anatomy - the science of the structure of the human body and the relationship of its parts.

Fetus -
1. specifically, a developing human offspring in the postembryonic period, from seven or eight weeks after fertilization to the time of birth.
2. the unborn young of a vivip-arous animal after it has taken form in the uterus.

www.thefetus.net
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Anthony Gething
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fetal anatomy - anatomy of the fetus


Explanation:
Anatomy - the science of the structure of the human body and the relationship of its parts.

Fetus -
1. specifically, a developing human offspring in the postembryonic period, from seven or eight weeks after fertilization to the time of birth.
2. the unborn young of a vivip-arous animal after it has taken form in the uterus.

www.thefetus.net


Anthony Gething
Local time: 16:51
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Elvira Stoianov: basically it's the study of unborn babies
9 mins
  -> Well, my dear Eli, a fetus is not a baby and anatomy is not the only thing you can study to a fetus (You can study the phisiology, histology and many others of a fetus))

agree  Hermeneutica: Or foetus. Now, why is this a question at all? I wonder what we may be missing. What part of the fetal anatomy is June not understanding?
34 mins

neutral  Sven Petersson: Almost! Foetus (UK) or fetus (US) is an unborn OR unhatched vertebrate.
45 mins

agree  John Kinory: In humans, in the first 8 weeks or so it's an embryo. But I agree with Dee: what exactly is the question?
2 hrs

agree  Roberto Cavalcanti
1 day 17 hrs

agree  Nenija Hasanic
10 days
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