Human Embryology

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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 developments
  • Features 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

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