Thanks to the advancement of technology, a new cinematic MRI video of child birth has been released in what some may say is one step away from having a camera attached to the baby himself.
According to HLN, The cinematic MRI video provides a side view of a 24-year-old woman’s womb during the last 25 seconds of her contractions as she was positioned on the open MRI during the final stages of her labor to record the wild, X-ray view of her baby being born.
The event occurred in 2010 at Berlin’s Charité University Hospital. Researchers only released it this month in so the video can be in conjunction with their work’s publication in a medical journal.
While the use of a cinematic MRI video is unheard of when it comes to child birth, a cinematic MRI video was also used once to capture the conception of a baby.
New Cinematic MRI Video of Child Birth.