Foetus' genitalia

Foetus' genitalia

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Caption: Foetus' genitalia. Penis and scrotum of a 12-week- old foetus. At this stage of development (end of the first trimester) the foetus measures about 6 centimetres in length and weighs about 20 grams. At 12 weeks, the placenta, which is attached to the foetus via the umbilical cord (left), is fully-developed. The foetus is able to move its arms and legs, and its eyes have formed, although the eyelids remain sealed.

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Keywords: 12 weeks, anatomy, biological, biology, caucasian, developing, development, fetus, first trimester, foetal, foetus, genitalia, growing, human, human body, male, penis, pregnancy, reproduction, reproductive, scrotum, sex organs, third month, three months, uterus, womb

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