The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology
This best-selling resource comprehensively covers human embryology and teratology, presenting all of the complex clinical and scientific concepts in an engaging, lucid, and practical way. Completely revised and updated, the 7th Edition consistently emphasizes the clinical aspects by using a wealth of case studies, clinical correlations, and hundreds of outstanding illustrations.
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Uterus Uterine Tubes and Ovaries
Transportation of Gametes
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abnormal alveoli amniotic anomalies aorta appear arch artery associated becomes begins birth blood body bone brain canal Carnegie stage caudal cause cavity cells Chapter chorionic chromosome cleft clinical common connective cord cranial defects derived differentiate dorsal duct early ectoderm embryo epithelium external factors female fertilization fetal fetus Figure fluid folds foramen formation fourth fuse genetic gland groove growth head heart human illustrating indicate infants inferior kidney lateral layer Level limb lungs male maternal median membrane mesenchyme mesoderm muscle nasal nerve neural neural tube normal occurs oocyte optic organs palate period pharyngeal arch placenta plate posterior pregnancy present primary primordial produce prominence pulmonary region separated septum showing side sinus spinal stage structures surface syndrome third tissue tube umbilical urogenital sinus usually uterine uterus vein ventral ventricle vessels wall weeks Winnipeg yolk sac