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Amnionic Fluid Removal and Regeneration
Amnionic Fluid Removal and Regeneration

This medical exhibit features three illustrations of a 20 week fetus surrounded by its amnionic sac. These three images will compare the following conditions: Normal anatomy with a proper volume of amnionic fluid surrounding the fetus, The condition immediately following amniocentesis with 10% of the fluid volume removed, Regeneration of the amnionic fluid with arrows representing the flow of urine out from the fetus into the fluid with the volume increased back to 100%.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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