Heart Embryology Video




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rafeeqcs cs: the Holy Quran, God speaks about the stages of man's embryonic development, 1,400 years before modern day scientists 'discovered' important information on creation of man and his development: We created man from an extract of clay. Then We made him as a drop in a place of settlement, firmly fixed. Then We made the drop into an alaqah (leech, suspended thing, and blood clot), then We made the alaqah into a mudghah (chewed-like substance)... [Noble Quran 23:12-14] Literally the Arabic word alaqah has 3 meanings: leech suspended thing blood clot 1. "In comparing a leech to the embryo at the alaqah stage, we find similarity between the two." [The Developing Human p.8] . "Also, the embryo as this stage obtains nourishment from the blood of the mother, similar to the leech which feeds on the blood of others." [Human Development as Described in Quran and Sunnah p.36] . 2. The second meaning of the word alaqah is 'suspended thing'. The suspension of the embryo, during the alaqah stage, in the womb of the mother very appropriately fits this description. 3. The third meaning of the word alaqah is 'blood clot'. We find that the external appearance of the embryo and its sacs during the alaqah stage is similar to that of a blood clot. This is due to the presence of relatively large amounts of blood present in the embryo during this stage. Also during this stage the blood in the embryo does not circulate until the end of the third week. So the embryo at this stage is like a clot of blood. By examining a diagram of the primitive cardiovascular system in an embryo during the alaqah stage we would notice the external appearance of the embryo and its sacs is similar to that of a blood clot due to the presence of relatively large amounts of blood present in the embryo [The Developing Human, p. 65] So the three meanings of the word alaqah correspond accurately to the descriptions of the embryo at the alaqah stage. The next stage mentioned in the verse is the mudghah stage. The Arabic word mudghah means "chewed-like substance." If one were to take a piece of gum and chew it in his mouth, and then compare it with the embryo at the mudghah stage, we would conclude that they would be almost identical because of the somites at the back of the embryo that 'somewhat resemble teeth marks in a chewed substance.' How could Muhammad (peace be upon him) have possibly known all this 1,400 years ago when scientists have only recently discovered this using advanced equipment and powerful microscopes which did not exist at that time? Hamm and Leeuwenhoek were the first scientists to observe human sperm cells using an improved microscope in 1677 A.D. (more than 1,000 years after Muhammad, peace be upon him]. They mistakenly thought that the sperm cell contained a miniature preformed human being that grew when it was deposited in the female genital tract [The Developing Human, p.9] Professor Keith Moore is one of the world's prominent scientists in the fields of anatomy and embryology and is the author of the book entitled the "Developing Human", which has been translated into eight languages. This book is considered a scientific reference work and was chosen by a special committee in the United States as the best book authored by on person. Dr. Keith Moore is a Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. In 1984, he received the most distinguished award presented in the field of anatomy in Canada, the J.C.B. Grant Award from the Canadian Association of Anatomists. He has directed many international associations, such as the Canadian and American Association of Anatomists and the Council of the Union of Biological Sciences. In 1981, during the Seventh Medical Conference in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, Professor Moore said; "It has been a great pleasure for me to help clarify statements in the Quran about human development. It is clear to me that these statements must have come to Muhammad from God, or Allah, because almost all of this knowledge was not discovered until many centuries later. This proves to me that Muhammad must have been the messenger of God, or Allah [The reference for this statement is on 'This is the Truth' (video tape). For a copy of this video tape please contact us]. Consequently, Professor Moore was asked the following question, "Does this mean that you believe that the Quran is the Word of God?" He replied; "I find no difficulty in accepting this." During one conference, Professor Moore stated, "... because the stagein of human embryos is complex, owing to the continuous process of change during development, it is proposed that a new system of classification could be developed using the terms mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah (sayings of Muhammad, peace be upon him). The proposed system is simple, comprehensive, and conforms with present embryological knowledge. The intensive studies of the Quran and Hadith (reliably transmitted sayings and reports of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him) in the last four years have revealed a system of classifying human embryos that is amazing since it was recorded in the 7th century A.D. Although Eric Statle, the founder of the science of embryology, realized that chick embryos developed in stages from his studies of hen's eggs in the fourth century B.C., he did not give any details about these stages. As far as it is known from the history of embryology, little was known about the stagein and classification of human embryos until the twentieth century. For this reason, the descriptions of the human embryo in the Quran cannot be based on scientific knowledge in the 7th century A.D. The only reasonable conclusion is that these descriptions were revealed to Muhammad from God. He could not have known such details because he was an illiterate man with absolutely no scientific training." [This is the Truth -video tape] Think about the humans. How did we all get here? What is the nature of mankind? What causes us to act as we do? Are we ungrateful to the One who created us and sustains us? What is this clue? Think about yourself. Did you create yourself?

lavanya ishi: very hard to believe this stuff was made in 1951! simply the best...classic

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.

Waka kaka: Thank you so much!! :D

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.

Allibaby78: Great...more videos please

kickyourasspls: funny how a 1951 video explains this better than a 2013 lecturer

Deathgaming: Thanks for the video. I was having a difficult time understanding it from text.

Biodynamic Health Systems: Lovely ‪#heart‬ ‪#‎embryology‬ animation clip taken from the 1951 film "Congenital Malformations of the Heart Part 1" : http://youtu.be/5DIUk9IXUaI 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 . 

vima kush: awesome video, so simplied description of the process...thnx......

Jenin Michael: thank you,,,grand paaa,,,,,,nice video

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.

Rebecca F: This was very helpful in illustrating development of the heart. Thanks for sharing.

Michael Tau: greatest video ive ever seen

Fmusp Dálmatas: there's no way to make this video a bit faster? i's a good one but it's so slow.

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 Acland

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 effects alone.

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...

Gabriela Pauli: Beautiful! So simple :)

Yuval Avidan: חריף מאוד!!!

Toqa Kalifa: So clear and understandable !! My greetings :)

Luke Bailey: Excellent and understandable. Thanks for posting!

Nadia Dandachi: Thank you so much!! Very useful.

Dave: I love foetal circulation!!

mishkines: Dear colleagues!!!! Would you be so kind to share with the text of the video if you have, I would like to share it with my colleagues, but they do not speak English well, want to share this excellent video with others. I am from Kazakhstan. Thanks in advance!!!!!

richy mathew: best video everrrrrrrrr..............

Carlos Silva: Thanks so much for the video, it cleared things up for me a lot!! :)

Zeemal Iqbal: This is really amazing !! Thanks alot !!!

Iamjorgec: This video really explains every detail of development and circulation. I will be sharing with my class. Thanks for the great material

mtsoul: this is really helpful and easy to understand thnx for sharing :D

mousimuseebtay: thankyou for sharing .

eufranist jornales: if it wasn't because of this video I would have not passed my first modular exam in medicine!thanks a million! :D

MoonyBen: This is so clear and helpful. Thank you very much!

eshe said: very helpful thank u!!!!

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