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Information about Other internal organs

Published on July 6, 2016

Author: AntonniKendallPrades

Source: slideshare.net

1. Other internal organs Development from ??? days

2. Spleen • A small, reddish organ which carries and decreases blood from the whole body • Develops by the start of 4 week period as cells • Is small, containing a hilum of vessels • Can be found in the left side of the peritoneum

3. Liver (liver) • Liver is a large, organ that is colored reddish brown, found in the part of the abdomen • It contains ducts, blood vessels and bile ducts that supply ths. Organ • By 4 weeks a mass of liver forms from the biliary yes system

4. Gall bladder • A greenish organ containing bile • Found in the liver

5. Pancreas • A glandular organ which develops at the 4th week • It contains cells that secrete glandular insuli • Made of glandular cells

6. Lacrimal sac • Found in the corner of the eye • Produces tears when crying, laughing very horribly and being upset • In humans, tears are known to lubricate dry eyes

7. Pronephros • Phronephrosi is an organ that is a primitive kidney. I started this dev in 3 weeks • Disappears in the end of 4 weeks

8. Mesonephros • Most complex kidney structure in the body of embryo period. Some contains the tubules and ducts • Disappears in 9 weeks

9. Metanephros (definitive kidneys) • Develops at 5 weeks • Appears when the organization of cells begin • Begins to change position since the embryo grows • At week 7 kidneys secrete urine tha the that comes from water

10. Urinary bladder A sac • It’s a muscular sac containing urine when filled, not feeling urged when empty • Develops from the maturing of the urinary system

11. Pancreas development (with liver, gall bladder and stomach)

12. Urinary system dev

13. Fetal organ development stages • Week 10-Essential organs all clearly defined, but immature • Week 28-Brain surface convolutions, lung starts to produce surfactant • Week 40-Full term, fully functional lungs except some

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