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A team of doctors removed the mass on Saturday in a one-and-a-half hour procedure. The baby is recovering well, he said. Examination of the removed fetus revealed that it was male but not fully developed. Since the first documented case around , there have been fewer than reports of fetus in fetu globally. The miniature fetus usually has a spine, limbs and several organs, but not a brain or skull. It acts like a parasite, feeding off the blood supply of the larger fetus in which it is enclosed.
Parasitic fetuses have been found in several different body sites, including the abdomen, chest, skull, and scrotum. In one case reported in , 11 fetal masses were found inside the abdominal cavity of a newborn baby in the US. As with marking twins in utero, the sonographer tags the baby closest to the cervix with an A, the next closest, B. That will also be the order in which the babies are born. Fetal development milestones: Added brain tissue is developing, and your babies' scalp hair continues to grow.
Your babies are gaining weight and opening their eyes.
What you're seeing: At 28 weeks' gestation, your babies are beginning to get scrunched in their home inside your womb. Although you can't see the membrane in this image, a thin wall separates the two babies. Here, the bright white lines represent ossified, or hardened, facial bones in each baby's head.
You may notice that your babies' movements become more sluggish as they have less wiggle room. Weight, 6 pounds. Fetal development milestones: A big, healthy weight gain! All body systems are now developed and functioning. What you're seeing: Only a few more weeks until delivery day! With a twin pregnancy , you're most likely to receive several ultrasounds to confirm that your babies are developing on schedule. As you near your babies' due date , your health care provider may request an ultrasound examination to check the babies' position in the uterus.
Here, the two babies are lying cheek to cheek with only a thin membrane separating them. All ultrasound images for this slideshow were provided by the sonographers of the Johns Hopkins Maternal-Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center. For examples of prenatal ultrasounds and more information on your baby's fetal development , be sure to visit www. For more information about ultrasounds and fetal development , check out the following resources:.
By Kristen J. Pin ellipsis More. These images reveal all the intricate details of a baby's growth -- from a collection of cells to a full-term newborn.
While most women may only receive one or two ultrasounds during pregnancy, which is normal, this slideshow of the 3rd trimester of pregnancy gives you a look at each week of development. Image zoom. Read more about your babies in week six. Fetal size: Length, 1. Weight, 0. Read more about your babies in week Fetal size: Length, almost 3 inches, crown to rump. Weight, almost 1 ounce. Weight, around 1 ounce. Weight, 7 ounces. Weight, 9 ounces. Weight, nearly 2 pounds.
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