Embryology of the Eye and Its Adnexa

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Karger, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 132 pages
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This monograph, unlike most previously published books on the subject, approaches the embryology of the eye and its adnexa from the perspective of gestational age, providing a unique overall view of the various structures of the eye at different stages of prenatal development. Embryogenesis, organogenesis and differentiation are three main periods that can be distinguished in the prenatal development of the human eye. The chapters in this book describe in detail the series of sequential events that occur during these periods from the fertilization of the ovum to, and after, birth. Superbly illustrated and clearly written, this text contains a wealth of information for residents in ophthalmology, neonatal and pediatric ophthalmologists, as well as for all ophthalmologists and physicians interested in developmental anomalies.

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Introduction
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Embryogenesis
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Organogenesis 7 Fourth Week
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