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How a 16th century Italian anatomist came up with the word 'placenta': it reminded him of a cake

By Paige Donaghy, Early career researcher, The University of Queensland
In my research, I try to uncover the cultural significance of the placenta and afterbirth in premodern Europe to help us better understand the social and medical history of this important organ.The Conversation

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