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Septate Uterus & Pregnant with 34 Week Fetus,Placenta

Septate Uterus & Pregnant with 34 Week Fetus,Placenta

 

Septate Uterus & Pregnant with 34 Week Fetus,Placenta
Image Number: 135-043
Dimensions: 7" x 10" 400 dpi
Media Used: digital
Formats Available: anyl
Title: Septate Uterus & Pregnant with 34 Week Fetus,Placenta
Customization: Available
Image Description:  A septate uterus and pregnant with a 34 week fetus shows inadequate placenta. Inadequate blood supply to fetus causes developmental problems.

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