PH 15: Neonatal & Pregnancy - 21 vials - $75
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Description
PH1501 Bone marrow, new born the soft, sponge-like tissue in the center of most large bones, which produces white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets
PH1502 Chromosomes, Downs Syndrome a disorder caused by the presence of an extra chromosome 21 and characterized by mental retardation and distinguishing physical features
PH1503 Chromosomes, Female female genetic material
PH1504 Chromosomes, Male male genetic material
PH1505 Corpus luteum of pregnancy endocrine gland in ovary formed when ovum discharged; if the ovum impregnated, the corpus luteum increases in size and persists for several months, (secretes estrogens, progesterone, relaxin and inhibin); otherwise degenerates and shrinks
PH1506 Developing cartilaginous bone, joint of human foetus cartlaginuous bone is pre-formed in cartilage
PH1507 Erythroblastosis fetalis, placenta immune hydrops fetalis, hemolytic disease of the newborn due to Rh incompatibility a severe anemia that develops in an unborn infant because the mother produces antibodies that attack the fetus' red blood cells
PH1508 Fetal and placental tissue the placenta allows for exchange of material by diffusion between the maternal and foetal vascular systems but without direct contact between the two blood systems
PH1509 Hydatid mole, placenta the pregnancy goes wrong at the time of fertilisation of the egg by the sperm; the placenta grows as a series of cysts which look rather like grapes, but there is no foetus
PH1510 Hydatid mole, uterus the pregnancy goes wrong at the time of fertilisation of the egg by the sperm; the placenta grows as a series of cysts which look rather like grapes, but there is no foetus
PH1511 Neonatal hepatitis inflammation of the liver most usually of viral origin
PH1512 Neuroblastoma, new born malignant tumour derived from primitive ganglion cells
PH1513 Peritonitis, meconium, colon inflammation of the peritoneum by meconium (bile, mucus and shed intestinal cells, normally passed just after birth), caused by bowel perforation
PH1514 Placenta the organ that nourishes the developing foetus in the uterus
PH1515 Placental tissue, early early development of the palcenta, the organ that nourishes the developing foetus in the uterus
PH1516 Respiratory Distress Syndrome hyaline mebrane disease found in premature babies and those born by Caesarean section, involves difficulty in breathing; may also occur later in life when lungs have been damaged by disease or injury
PH1517 Rib, normal of newborn a rib in a newborn baby that has developed normally
PH1518 Term pregnancy products placental tissue, blood etc. normally expelled after a baby is born
PH1519 Tooth developing, early tooth a tooth in the process of development
PH1520 Umbilical chord umbilical cord a cord arising from the navel that connects the fetus with the placenta and contains the two umbilical arteries and the umbilical vein
PH1521 Uterus pregnant a uterus showing the changes of pregnancy