An Atlas of Human Prenatal Developmental Mechanics: Anatomy and Staging

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 30, 2004 - Medical - 312 pages
Unique, amazing, comprehensive, and unparalled - yes, it's all that and much, much more. Extensively illustrated with more than 500 color and black-and-white images, An Atlas of Human Prenatal Developmental Mechanics is the definitive guide to modern embryology. The author describes and illustrates human prenatal development and staging with reference to anatomy and discusses the possibility of following prenatal development with clinical methods of prenatal diagnostics. Covering the development and staging of all embryonic systems, he presents the anatomic framework based on direct photographic evidence obtained exclusively on human embryos and fetuses.

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