By Arnold J. Rudolph M.D., Arnold J. Rudolph MD, Arnold J. Rudolph MD
This is often a part of a unbelievable 5-volume set representing the existence paintings of the main meticulous photographic archivist in neonatology. Over the process forty years, Dr. Rudolph accrued pictures of just about each illness, disease, and affecting the baby. jointly they act as a uniquely robust diagnostic instrument.
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Extra resources for Atlas of the Newborn; Experimental Psychology
Most human teratogens affect the embryo during a very narrow period of early development as illustrated by the time (24 to 33 days gestation) during which the fetus is susceptible to limb reduction defects caused by thalidomide. Several human teratogens, such as alcohol, androgens, cocaine, diphenylhydantoin, radiation, tetracycline, valproic acid, and warfarin have serious side effects beyond the period of organogenesis. These effects may include cell deletion, vascular disruption, necrosis, physiologic decompensation, organ pathology, and intrauterine growth retardation.
8. On the fetal surface of this fused, twin placenta, the dividing membrane is very thin and clear, suggesting that this is a monozygotic pregnancy. This was confirmed by histologic examination showing a single chorion. 9. The histologic appearance of the dividing membranes in twin placentas are compared in this figure. On the left, note the diamnionic-monochorionic twin placenta, and on the right, note the diamnionicdichorionic twin placenta. 10. Note the two umbilical cords inserting into the fetal surface of the placenta without the presence of dividing membranes.
35. This is the same infant showing anomalies of both feet. 36. The placenta of the infants described above showing two umbilical cords with a common insertion about 5 cm from the margin of the placenta. The larger cord was approximately 10 mm in diameter and had three vessels. The smaller cord was approximately 6 mm in diameter and had two vessels. Note the congested appearance of the placental tissue and the vessels on the left and the pallor of the placental tissue and the vessels on the right.
Atlas of the Newborn; Experimental Psychology by Arnold J. Rudolph M.D., Arnold J. Rudolph MD, Arnold J. Rudolph MD