Ch 1 Notes & References
1. The term conceptus covers the lifespan of the human organism from conception to delivery. Embryo refers to the organism from conception to approximately the end of the eighth week of gestation. Fetus refers to the human organism from approximately the beginning of the ninth week to delivery.
2. Both the terms sensuous and sensual can be used to apply to any gratification of bodily desire or pleasure, but sensual commonly implies sexual appetite and refers, usually unfavorably, to the enjoyment experienced.
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