Dave Papacek: I would like to see the entire film “Congenital Malformations of the
Peter Tiesto: old masters know how to explain anatomy and embryology. Take a bow in front
of these masters
Deepak David: Retro animation explained it better than reading it one 100 time.
aliki Androutsou: this video is perfect, so clarifying!
Reen Husain: awesome video..made my life easier
Niklas S: very well explained!
Park Zheng: Thank you so much Dr. Acland for helping me understand gross and
developmental anatomy. Your videos have made my studying so much easier!
lavanya ishi: very hard to believe this stuff was made in 1951! simply the best...classic
Michael Tau: greatest video ive ever seen
Sharang Tenjarla: Beautiful. Surprisingly, this video made in 1951 supersedes any modern 3-D
video in visualizing and conceptualizing the embryological development of
the heart. A must watch for those struggling to understand this process.
Allibaby78: Great...more videos please
vima kush: awesome video, so simplied description of the process...thnx......
Michael Chen: spend hours trying to get it straight. and this video clarified everything
in less than 10 minutes. Thx for posting this!!!!!!! greatly appreciated.
Deathgaming: Thanks for the video. I was having a difficult time understanding it from
Rebecca F: This was very helpful in illustrating development of the heart. Thanks for
kickyourasspls: funny how a 1951 video explains this better than a 2013 lecturer
American Society of Radiologic Technologists: The online version of the Directed Reading article “Congenital Heart
Defects and Medical Imaging” in the November/December issue of Radiologic
Technology links to a classic video that illustrates the normal development
of the heart. The animation is from the film “Congenital Malformations of
the Heart,” which was made in 1951 at the University of Washington.
Fmusp Dálmatas: there's no way to make this video a bit faster? i's a good one but it's so
Biodynamic Health Systems: Lovely #heart #embryology animation clip taken from the 1951 film
"Congenital Malformations of the Heart Part 1" :
We work so much with the fluid #body as #BCSTs that it's important to
understand how the fluid #embryo forms the "solid" structures of the adult
body. If we understand these connections, we understand how the fluid
imprint can resort the body from #illness .
ricwilliam: For a video this old, it is quite informative.. thanks for the upload.. :)
Alexandra Constantin: so clear..thank you for sharing :)
bobacland: I'm glad this helped. I don't know of any other embryology videos that have
the same qualities as this one: concise narration synchronized with clear
animation. This heart video wasn't my work: it was made many years ago by
Drs. Blandau and Rushmer. My only role was to restore it. Right now I'm
working on an animation to show folding of the embryo. It's slow work! Bob
Sreyasi Bhattacharya: thank u..it helped a lot!
Sachin Chavre: Respected Acland sir this is Sachin from cochin (remember) this is really
something! its a classical example of how imaginative people are, worth
watching and sharing. Its superior to nowadays animation which are full of
EDUARDO12348: Thank you for your work, watching the animation is much better and easily
understood than reading it. However to me the development of the heart
remains an unbelievable and amazing process.
Kirsty Mackay: Such a useful video.
Harikrishnan C: i dun knw heart devlpmnt was this simple... it has haunted me thru out d
course... its grt video sir... thax,,, wish i had seen it earlier...