Embryology For Medical Students
This second edition is the result of overwhelming response to the author's first edition. The text matter has been thoroughly revised and updated, few diagrams are modified and improved and some new diagrams are added. Includes summary of the text at the end of each chapter for quick revision. Presents lucid and simplified account of developmental process including about 250 illustrative diagrams. The diagrams are simple enough so that the students can reproduce them easily at the time of exams.
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Gametes and Genital Tracts
Early Development of Embryo
Further Development of Embryo
Placenta and Fetal Membranes
Congenital Anomalies and their Etiology
Skin and Appendages
Development of Cardiovascular System
Respiratory System Body Cavities and Diaphragm
The Eye and Ear
abdominal wall abnormal anastomosis anomaly is produced aorta arch artery arch of aorta atrium basal laminae blastocyst blood vessels called canal cardinal vein cartilage caudal cells chorionic chromosome cleft coelom congenital anomalies connective tissue cortex cranial decidua defect definitive urogenital sinus derived develops disappears distal diverticulum duodenum ectoderm embryo endoderm endometrium epithelium external female fetal folds follicle foramen foregut formation forms fuse genital gives rise gonads heart tube intermediate mesoderm intraembryonic mesoderm kidney lamina lateral layer ligament limb bud lumen lung male maxillary process medial membrane mesentery mesonephric duct midline muscles myelencephalon nerve neural tube notochord nucleus oesophagus oocyte opening optic cup ovary palate pancreatic paramesonephric duct pericardial cavity pharyngeal arches placenta posterior cardinal veins pouch primitive proliferate pulmonary segment septum primum septum transversum sinus venosus somites sperm spinal cord stomatodeum subcardinal vein subclavian surface tubules umbilical upper urethra urogenital sinus uterus vagina ventral ventricle vesicle villi yolk sac