Embryology

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Medical - 293 pages
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Concise text designed for medical students preparing for USMLE Step 1 exams and course review. Reflects USMLE changes and includes 500 USMLE-type questions with answers and numerous tables and illustrations. Outline format.
 

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Contents

Prefertilization Events
1
Week 1 of Human Development Days 17
13
Week 2 of Human Development Days 814
21
Embryonic Period Weeks 38
29
Cardiovascular System
41
Placenta and Amniotic Fluid
65
Amniotic fluid
71
Nervous System
79
Summary of male reproductive system development
189
Review test
190
Integumentary System
193
Hair and nails
195
Mammary sweat and sebaceous glands
196
Review test
199
Skeletal System
201
Vertebral column
203

Summary
119
Overview
123
Derivatives of the midgut
130
Derivatives of the hindgut
133
Anal canal
134
Mesenteries
135
Review test
136
Respiratory System
139
Review test
145
Head and Neck
149
Development of the thyroid gland
152
Development of the mouth
154
Development of the nasal cavities
155
Clinical considerations
156
Review test
159
Urinary System
163
Development of the kidneys
164
Development of the urinary bladder
166
Development of the female urethra
167
Development of the suprarenal gland
168
Clinical considerations
169
Review test
171
Female Reproductive System
175
Development of the genital ducts
186
Clinical considerations
187
RibS
208
Bones of the limbs and limb girdles
209
General skeletal abnormalities
210
Review test
211
Muscular System
213
Smooth muscle
214
Review test
215
Upp er Limb Development
217
Skeletal
219
Musculature
221
Nerves Brachia Plexus
222
Rotation
223
Review test
225
Lower Limb Development
227
Skeletal system
229
Nerves lumbosacral plexus
231
Rotation
233
Review test
235
21
237
Fetal Period
245
29
246
Human Birth Defects
257
Comprehensive Examination
269
Index
287
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