Anatomy of the pelvis of a pregnant woman

Anatomy of the pelvis of a pregnant woman

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Caption: Anatomy of pregnancy. Artwork of the anatomy of the pelvis of a pregnant woman, with the various features labelled with letters. Within the opened womb or uterus (C) is a foetus. The vagina (A) is shown opened out, leading to the cervix (B). The ovaries (F) are connected to the uterus by the Fallopian tubes (E); the ovaries are held in position by the ovarian ligaments (H). Apart from the reproductive organs, the pelvic bone (light brown), intestine (L), bladder (K) and leg ligaments (I) are also shown. Image taken from Le Boursier de Coudray (1783).

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Keywords: 18th century, 18th century anatomy, anatomy, art, artwork, female, female anatomy, fetus, foetus, historical, historical artwork, historical image, human body, imagery, obstetrics, pelvis, pregnancy, pregnant, uterus, womb

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