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a study from researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) bioengineer uteri capable of supporting fertilization, fetal development, and live birth in rabbits. The team states this approach may someday provide a solution for women faced with the inability to get pregnant due to an irregular uterus.

A tissue-engineered uterus supports live births in rabbits.

The female uterus is essential for reproduction in all mammals, meaning any trauma or disease affecting this organ detrimentally could compromise a woman’s ability to conceive or carry a viable … Continue Reading A tissue-engineered uterus supports live births in rabbits.

New 3D atlas of human embryonic growth clears up many misconceptions on development.

The basic human body plan, the arrangement of organs in the body, is laid down during embryonic development. Insight into the formation of this plan informs researchers re normal development … Continue Reading New 3D atlas of human embryonic growth clears up many misconceptions on development.

Study shows that MRIs in first trimester of pregnancy not associated with increased risk to fetus.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been used to evaluate obstetrical, placental, and fetal abnormalities in pregnant patients for more than 30 years. MRI is recognized as a beneficial diagnostic tool … Continue Reading Study shows that MRIs in first trimester of pregnancy not associated with increased risk to fetus.

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