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Potter's pathology of the fetus and infant
Potters Atlas of Fetal and Infant Pathology will address all aspects of foetal and infant pathology including complicated pregnancies, placental pathology, prenatal diagnosis of abnormalities,… Expand
DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN KIDNEY AS SHOWN BY MICRODISSECTION. III. FORMATION AND INTERRELATIONSHIP OF COLLECTING TUBULES AND NEPHRONS.
Potter's pathology of the fetus, infant and child
The first edition of this book updated Dr Potter’s original text and filled an important niche when it arrived in 1997, serving as one of the few general reference textbooks that dealt with neonatal… Expand
Glomerular development in the kidney as an index of fetal maturity
The question arises as to how long the average fetus may be con~ sidered "ma tu re " before delivery actually takes place, and the average normal human fetus appears to attain a weight between 3,000 and 3,500 Gin. Expand
Intrauterine respiration of the human fetus.
The human fetus in utero under normal environmental conditions is said to be in a state of apnea, but abruptio placentae or cord entanglements may interfere with the oxygen supply to the fetus sufficiently to stimulate the latent respiratory mechanism and induce attempts at intrauterine respiration. Expand
PATHOGENESIS OF POLYCYSTIC KIDNEYS. HISTORICAL SURVEY.
OOCYTES IN PROPHASE OF MEIOSIS FROM SQUASH PREPARATIONS OF HUMAN FETAL OVARIES.
Mongolism in Newborns: A clinical and cytogenetic study
- E. L. Potter
- 1 November 1964
The first edition of this book appeared at a time when, for 50 years, there had been no attempt to bring together information concerning pathologic changes found in the fetus and infant or the… Expand