Before We are Born: Essentials of Embryology and Birth Defects
This highly successful resource distills all of the most essential information of human embryology and teratology from THE DEVELOPING HUMAN: CLINICALLY ORIENTED EMBRYOLOGY, 7th Edition presenting the crucial clinical and scientific concepts in an easy-to-use format. Completely revised and updated, the 6th Edition emphasizes the clinical aspects throughout by using clinical correlations as well as hundreds of outstanding illustrations.
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The Second Week of Human Development
The Third Week of Human Development
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abnormal amniotic fluid aortic arches artery atresia atrium birth blastocyst blood bone canal cardinal vein cartilage caudal cause cavity chorionic sac chromosome cleft coelom congenital anomalies connective tissue cranial defects derived differentiate diverticulum duodenum ectoderm embryo embryonic disc endoderm epithelium external extraembryonic female fertilization fetal period fetus fibers Figure folds formation fourth week fuse genes genetic glands groove growth heart human infants intestine kidney lateral layer limb buds lungs male Manitoba maternal maxillary prominences median mesentery mesoderm mesonephric ducts midgut muscle nasal nerve neural crest cells neural folds neural tube normal notochord occurs oocyte optic cup oval foramen palate pharyngeal arches placenta placental membrane plate posterior pregnancy primordial primordium prominences pulmonary result septum septum primum somites sperm spinal cord surface ectoderm syncytiotrophoblast syndrome teratogenic Transverse section tubules umbilical cord urethra urogenital usually uterine tube uterus ventral ventricle vertebral vesicle vessels villi week of development yolk sac zygote