Peters ovum

Pe·ters o·vum

(pē'tĕrz),
an embryo with a presumptive fertilization age of about 13 days; for many years, it was one of very few young human embryos recovered in good condition and its study furnished many facts regarding early embryonic changes.

Pe·ters o·vum

(pā'tĕrz ō'vŭm)
An embryo with a presumptive fertilization age of about 13 days; for many years, it was one of very few young human embryos recovered in good condition, and its study furnished many facts regarding early embryonic changes.

Peters,

Hubert, Austrian obstetrician, 1859-1934.
Peters ovum - one of very few young human embryos recovered in good condition; its study furnished many facts regarding early embryonic changes.
Peters tissue forceps
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