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Umbilical vessels and the ductus venosus | Circulatory system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

So here we are. We’re looking at the placenta. I’m just going to outline the parts that are specifically considered the placenta. That’s this bit right here. And I’m going to orient you by labeling the pink wall that’s around this. You remember that’s called the uterus wall. That’s this wall right here. This is […]

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Physiological Changes during Pregnancy – Video Learning – WizScience.com 2016

pregnancy also known as gravity or gestation is the time during which one or more offspring develops inside a woman a multiple pregnancy involves more than one offspring such as with from conception it is about 38 weeks symptom of early pregnancy may include a missed periods tender breasts nausea and vomiting hunger and frequent […]

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Meet the placenta! | Reproductive system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

На картинката съм нарисувал бременна жена и плода в утробата ѝ. Утроба, или матка, наричаме дома на плода. Матката е женски полов орган. Матката е женски полов орган. Тя е изключително силен и мускулест орган. Във филмите по време на раждане много често ще чуеш "Давай, напъвай." Целта на тези думи е да окуражат майката […]

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Fetal circulation right before birth | Circulatory system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

before a baby is born there are a lot of adaptations that we see that allow the baby to take nutrients and oxygen form um and you know successfully get those nutrients and oxygen to the different cells that need them in the body so what I wanted to do is kind of draw out […]

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