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Emphasizes ail the important events and processes in normal and abnormal prenatal development for more effective, rewarding, and relevant study. Developed for beginning students of embryology, Netter`s Atlas of Human Embryology makes an ideal companion to any embryology text and serves as an excellent resource for USMLE review. Images are taken from Dr. Frank H. Netter's series of systemic monographs that integrate functional and clinical anatomy, embryology, physiology, and pathology. These illustrations are combined with other learning tools to present embryology in a clear, logical, and easy-to-understand format. Students learn the complexities of embryonic development through more than 600 medical illustrations, plus schematics, tables, and concise text, that enphasize the morphological patterns in the embryo and fetus. Adult structures are also presented to highlight where complex anatomy bas embryonic relevance, tn clarify relationships between primordia and derivatives, and to provide context for the development of each organ system. Also included is an introduction to histological principles, the classification of congenital defects, and basic cellular, molecular, and genetic concepts such as induction, apoptosis, growth factors, and genetic patterning and determination.
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- Pages 267
- Published 2002