Basic Concepts in Embryology: A Student's Survival Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Medical - 443 pages
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Does the massive amount of information involved in your study of embryology overwhelm you? If so, let Basic Concepts in Embryology organize and condense the material to help you master - not just memorize - the stages of human development and the step-by-step evolution of organ systems from embryonic layers. The focus is on those topics that students have identified as "most difficult" to grasp. Using simple, jargon-free language you'll fully understand the material and feel comfortable applying it. Unlike the conventional textbook or review book, Basic Concepts in Embryology has just one goal: to innovatively review the toughest concepts in embryology for maximum comprehension in a short period of time.

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Prologue ix
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Congenital Abnormalities
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Prenatal Diagnosis Techniques
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