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Three-dimensional visualisation based on segmented human data from MRI scans of the internal anatomy of a fifty-five-day-old human embryo. The lungs with clearly defined lobes can be seen in yellow, the lighter coloured circulatory vessels can be seen feeding and draining waste from the tissues in her head, and the developing spinal column and enlarged liver are visible. At this stage in development, the liver is abnormally large due to its functioning to create blood cells.
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