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Embryological Uterine Formation

Embryological Uterine Formation

When looking to the uterine types of other animals, it is clear that the shape of the human uteris is actually two horns which have merged together. This merging can be observed and occurs during our own embryonic development. Our uterus became a modified version of the more common bicornuate type and merged into one unicornuate type.

This image was created to be an antidote to typical image searches for female reproductive anatomy. Excellent for midwives, doulas, uterine massage groups, moon circles, red tent gatherings, body work courses and doctors offices.


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