Development and growth of the external dimensions of the human body in the fetal period was first published in 1929minnesota archive editions uses digital technology to make long unavailable books once again accessible and are published unaltered from the original university of minnesota press editions. The development and growth of the external dimensions of the human body in the foetal period full text full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version get a printable copy pdf file of the complete article 284k or click . Get this from a library the development and growth of the external dimensions of the human body in the fetal period richard e scammon leroy adelbert calkins. Such development is sporadic and non uniform yet it does not occur haphazardly for the most part incremental growth of any dimension or part of the body occurs according to predictable trends most body dimensions follow trends which involve rapid growth separated by a period of relatively slower or uniform growth. Development ch 6 fetal period study transformation from embryonic to fetal period change is significant embryo has developed recognizable human features rapid body growth differentiation of tissues organs and systems decrease in growth of head versus rest of body femur size 2 fetal head circumference 3 biparietal
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