"Life in 3D" -- Real-time 3D ultrasound ("4D") video showing what fetuses do in the womb: smiling, yawning, urinating, masturbating, kicking their co-twin and much more... The video clip was presented in The Second Philadelphia Prenatal Diagnosis Update Conference (organized by Drexel University College of Medicine, June 4, 2010) at the end of Dr. Shapiro's lecture on "3D ultrasound - gimmick or breakthrough?" The lecture was aimed to demonstrate the significant medical benefit of 3D ultrasound, but though this is the purpose of the examination, some amusement makes no harm. Watch also Chapter II: "fetal adventures in 3D ultrasound" uploaded in February 2017 in this link: https://youtu.be/IU1eX_invDk Ultrasound and video editing -- Dr. Israel Shapiro, Haifa, Israel, firstname.lastname@example.org . ד"ר ישראל שפירא, מכון אולטרה-סאונד, בית חולים אלישע, חיפה, טל. 04-8389022 email@example.com
Questions about your pregnancy? Ask them at http://www.pregnancychat.com/ 9 Months In The Womb: A Remarkable Look At Fetal Development Through Ultrasound By PregnancyChat.Com - Get Pregnancy Updates Here: http://www.pregnancychat.com From conception to birth, take a unique look at fetal transformation during nine months in the womb. Created by Ultrasound Dimensions and PregnancyChat.com For more info visit: http://www.ultrasounddimensions.ie http://www.pregnancychat.com If you enjoyed this video please like and share: https://www.facebook.com/ultrasound.ie https://www.facebook.com/pregnancychat Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/pregchat Google+: https://plus.google.com/115687459484945729104/ Youtube: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/pregnancychat Click Here to Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=pregnancychat 9 Months In The Womb
Jeff & Elena's little Baby (Alexandra) 3d ultrasound Dec 16,2011 This was so cool! I mean to see little glimpses of what my baby looks like, what it was doing, how it was moving and to have them print out the pictures to later compare was even more amazing. I highly recommend doing one of these sessions for all the mommies, my parents and husband got to be in the room and watch this all too
Music: Jujitsu Flow by Dhruva Aliman https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/road-of-fortunes Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/artist/5XiFCr9iBKE6Cupltgnlet http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/ ........An Fx studio's Video production showing human development from a sperm to a baby. This video performs you the process of a fertilized egg to a baby in 3D!! Excerpt from French documentary L'Odyssée de la Vie. ...Explanations - After sexual intercourse, sperm travels through the cervix and uterus and into the Fallopian tubes. Conception usually takes place in the outer third of the Fallopian tube. A single sperm penetrates that egg and a joining of the genetic information occurs. This resulting single cell is called a zygote. The zygote spends the next few days traveling down the Fallopian tube and rapidly multiplying the number of cells through division. A mulberry-like mass, like a hollow rubber ball, 1/100 inch wide, results from the cell division. This ball of cells in the Fallopian tube is called a morula. The embryonic stage begins on the 15th day after conception and continues until about the 8th week, or until the embryo is 1.2 inches in length. Week 3 we see the formation of the heart, the beginning development of the brain and spinal cord, and the beginning of the gastrointestinal tract. Weeks 4 and 5 -1/4 inch long: Here we see the beginnings of the vertebra, the lower jaw, the larynx ("voice box"), and the rudiments of the ear and eye. The heart, which is still outside body, now beats at a regular rhythm. Although arm and leg "buds" are visible with hand and foot "pads," the embryo still has a tail and cannot be distinguished from pig, rabbit, elephant, or chick embryo by an untrained eye. Week 6 - 1/2 inch, 1/1000 of an ounce: In week 6, we see the formation of the nose, jaw, palate, lung buds. The fingers and toes form, but may still be webbed. The tail is receding, and the heart is almost fully developed. Week 7 - 7/8 inch, 1/30 ounce (less than an aspirin): This week, the eyes move forward on the face, and the eyelids and tongue begin to form. All essential organs have begun to form. Week 8 -1 inch, 1/15 ounce: The embryo now resembles a human being. The facial features continue to develop and the external ear appears. Also, we see the beginnings of external genitalia. By now, the circulation through the umbilical cord is well developed. The long bones begin to form and the muscles are able to contract. At this point the embryo is developed enough to call a fetus. All organs and structures found in a full-term newborn are present. Weeks 9 to 12 - 3 inches, 1 ounce: The head comprises nearly half of the fetus' size and the face is well formed. The eyelids close now and will not reopen until about the 28th week. The tooth buds for the baby teeth appear. The genitalia are now clearly male or female. Weeks 13 to 16 - 6 inches: These weeks mark the beginning of the second trimester. Although the skin of the fetus is almost transparent, fine hair develops on the head called lanugo. The fetus makes active movements, including sucking, which leads to some swallowing of the amniotic fluid. A thin dark substance called meconium is made in the intestinal tract. The heart beats120-150 beats per minute and brain waves detectable. Weeks 17 to 20 - 8 inches: Eyebrows and lashes appear and nails appear on fingers and toes. This is an exciting time for the parents: The mother can feel the fetus moving ("quickening") and the fetal heartbeat can be heard with a stethoscope. Weeks 21 to 24 - 11.2 inches, 1 lb. 10 oz.: All the eye components are developed, footprints and fingerprints are forming, and the entire body covered in cream-cheese-like vernix caseosa. The fetus now has a startle reflex. Weeks 25 to 28 - 15 inches, 2 lbs. 11 oz.: Now we are entering the third trimester. During these weeks, we see rapid brain development. The nervous system is developed enough to control some body functions, and the eyelids open and close. A baby born at this time may survive, but the chances of complications and death are high. Weeks 29 to 32 - 15 to 17 inches, 4 lbs. 6 oz.: These weeks see further development towards independent life: There is a rapid increase in the amount of body fat and the fetus begins storing its own iron, calcium, and phosphorus. The bones are fully developed, but still soft and pliable. There are rhythmic breathing movements present, the fetal body temperature is partially self-controlled, and there is increased central nervous system control over body functions. Weeks 33 to 36 - 16 to 19 inches, 5 lbs. 12 oz. to 6 lbs. 12 oz.: The lanugo (body hair) begins to disappear. A baby born at 36 weeks has a high chance of survival. Weeks 37 to 40 - 19 to 21 inches 7 or 8 pounds: At 38 weeks, the fetus is considered full term.
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Brief 3D view of creation of human kind from single drop of sperm...
Life is truly wonderful! In fact, the development of human life in the womb is just amazing. Did you know that everything about you — including how tall you would be, the color of your eyes, and the color of your skin-- was all determined at the time of fertilization? Month-by-month you grew in the safety and comfort of your mother's womb until the big day of your birth finally arrived! http://www.psnx.net we are about Saving You Money, Not Making Money - and letting you enjoy Life's creation -YOU
Pregnancy is the process from the formation of the blastocyst to implantation and eventually the process of child birth. It starts with the fertilization of the sperm cell with ovum leading to embryogenesis. The fertilized cell divides into bi-cellular, quadri-cellular and eventually a multi-cellular organism called blastocyst. This blastocyst attaches itself to the uterine wall where the fetus further matures. It's a short animation of baby's delivery after nine months journey. For more such exciting animations and graphics work visit: http://www.scientificanimations.com/
Incredible Real Photography of the journey from a sperm to human baby- Developing in the womb photography by Lennart Nilsson All photographs are real , clicked by real conventional cameras with macro lenses, an endoscope and scanning electron microscope These beautiful photographs of the fetus growth in the womb is Incredible and wont let you blink your eye untill the video is over. Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 12 years of his life taking pictures of the fetus Developing in the womb. These incredible photographs were taken with conventional cameras with macro lenses, an endoscope and scanning electron microscope. Nilsson used a magnification of hundreds of thousands and “worked” right in the womb. His first photo of the human fetus was taken in 1965. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q_pC0XKHDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q_pC0XKHDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q_pC0XKHDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q_pC0XKHDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q_pC0XKHDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q_pC0XKHDA Sperm in the Fallopian Tube..!! An egg cell..!! The fallopian tube Two sperms are contacting with the egg cell The winning sperm The sperm 5-6 days.The clump has developed into a blastocyst, containing many more cells,and has entered the womb 8 days.The human embryo is attached to a wall of the uterus The brain starts to develop in the human embryo 24 days.The one-month-old embryo has no skeleton yet.There is only a heart that starts beating on the 18th day 5 weeks.Approximately 9 mm.You can now distinguish the face with holes for eyes,nostrils and mouth 40 days.Embryonic cells form the placenta.This organ connects the embryo to the uterine wall allowing nutrient uptake,waste elimination and gas exchange via the woman’s blood supply Eight weeks.The rapidly-growing embryo is well protected in the foetal sac 10 weeks. The eyelids are semi-shut. They will close completely in a few days 16 weeks.The foetus uses its hands to explore its own body and its surroundings The skeleton consists mainly of flexible cartridge.A network of blood vessels is visible through the thin skin 18 weeks.Approximately 14 cm.The foetus can now perceive sounds from the outside world 20 weeks.Approximately 20 cm.Woolly hair, known as lanugo, covers the entire head 6 months.The little human is getting ready to leave the uterus.It turns upside down because it will be easier to get out this way 36 weeks. The child will see the world in 4 weeks Sperm in the Fallopian Tube..!! An egg cell..!! Miracle Of Life, Human Hybrid baby developing in womb photography baby growth in womb photography placenta gastrulation process pregnancy Human baby growth photography by Lennart Nilsson cell developing in womb https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUqUNeuJZy4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF9tqNFshoc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF9tqNFshoc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF9tqNFshoc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD1gW88Lm-Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cn_ImqGij6M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdJ8gwYlspM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUqUNeuJZy4