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Weeks Dilation and Curettage vs. 18 Weeks Dilation and Evacuation
Weeks Dilation and Curettage vs. 18 Weeks Dilation and Evacuation

This exhibit consists of a single board illustrating two separate procedures. The first takes place at 9 weeks to remove a single fetus and the second takes place 9 weeks after the first to remove a previously unknown second fetus. Each process has two images each, one with the locations of each fetus and one with the equipment and instruments in place. They are separated to each side of the board by a dividing line.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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