This basic textbook of human embryology covers both clinical and molecular biological aspects of human development. It offers in-depth, thorough coverage of the latest information, including separate sections in each chapter on clinical relevance and experimental studies. HUMAN EMBRYOLOGY also features a first-rate, four-color art program with superb photographs and electronmicrographs.Examines the latest advances in the understanding of regulatory genes and their specific impact on embryologic development.
Relates development to clinical problems with separate sections on clinical applications and experimental principles - fully revised to accommodate many new developmentsFeatures a modular design that allows readers to choose the way they approach the material.
Depicts the development of all major structures and organ systems from conception to birth with brilliantly illustrated timelines in each chapter.Makes study easier with detailed chapter summaries as well as sentence-style headings that highlight important content.
Facilitates further research with current references.Offers readers a wealth of animations and interactive exercises--as well as access to up-to-the-minute advances--on the Human Embryology web site, www.med.uc.edu/embryology.
Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-655-X