Period of the fetus refers to the longest period of prenatal development that extends from the 9th until the 38th week after conception.
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Period of the fetus refers to the third phase of prenatal development, lasting from the 9th prenatal week until birth; during this period, all major organ systems begin to function and the fetus grows rapidly.

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