These videos of a human birth, the first visualized by magnetic resonance imaging, apparently appeared as supplementary material to a paper by Bamberg et al. referenced at bottom.
The scan was obviously terminated when the baby’s head emerged so that the machine wouldn’t interfere with removing the infant (see picture below).
The write-up from The Unnecesarean.com site:
In November 2010, a 24 year old gravida 2, para 2 woman at 37 5/7 weeks of gestation was admitted with regular contractions to the Department of Obstetrics of the Charité University Hospital in Berlin, Germany. The patient received an epidural and was transferred to the open MRI suite. In addition, the cervix was fully dilated, and the presenting part was engaged. Eight MRI studies were performed over a period of 45 minutes: 7 antepartum studies and 1 postpartum study. First, the woman was examined in the supine position with legs…
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