Extrauterine pregnancy (tubal pregnancy)

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Extrauterine pregnancy (tubal pregnancy)

#1 Post by easyzoom » Tue Nov 29, 2016 3:16 pm

Here is an impressive slide of a tubal pregnancy (human) with the embryo inside the tube. The annotations explain everything very well.
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#2 Post by zzffnn » Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:19 pm

Martin,

That is a great image of a very well made slide. Do you know which company made/sold that slide? Thank you. I would like to buy some similar embryology slides.
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#3 Post by hkv » Tue Nov 29, 2016 7:19 pm

Is this a vintage slide? It can't be legal to put human embryos on slides anymore...

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#4 Post by easyzoom » Tue Nov 29, 2016 7:53 pm

@zzffnn:
This is a slide from our collection of thousands of VM-slides. :)
Actually, my colleague (pathologist) and I (hematologist) have created 2 software products: Smart Zoom (cloud based virtual microscopy platform for Universities under www.smartzoom.com) and EasyZoom (the platform, where you can just upload, annotate und share huge images). We have a huge collection of exclusively annotated slides from biology, histology, hematology, anatomy, pathology, etc., which we also rent out. You can always contact us through our websites.

@hkv:
This slide is not so old and totally legal: A tubal pregnancy is a medical emergency, where pregnant women can go into life-threatening shock. During the emergency-operation, the tube (including the embryo) is resected and screened in the pathology department. Slides are routinely prepared to rule out a tumor, etc.

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#5 Post by zzffnn » Tue Nov 29, 2016 8:02 pm

Thank you, Martin.
Please kindly let me know where I can buy a few embryology slides of similar quality.

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#6 Post by easyzoom » Wed Nov 30, 2016 10:44 am

@zzffnn:
Could you send me a mail through our contact form of www.easyzoom.com or www.smartzoom.com?
Thanks!

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