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Legs & Genital Tubercle

7 weeks, 2 days

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Note:

It is still too soon to distinguish the girls from the boys by looking at the external genitalia.

Note:

The great saphenous veins are easily seen in both legs.

Label Key:

  • 1. lower limbs
  • 2. right great saphenous vein
  • 3. perineum
  • 4. loops of intestine inside base of umbilical cord
  • 5. genital tubercle

All ages referenced to fertilization, not last menstrual period.
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Legs & Genital Tubercle
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Lower Embryo at 7 Weeks, 2 Days
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The 7½-Week Face
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The Right Hand
Close-up of the Right Knee
Close-up of the Right Knee
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Close-up, Umbilical Cord at 7½ Weeks
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