An introduction to the basic concepts and principles which underlie the first eight weeks of human development. Each chapter includes revision-orientated summary boxes, as well as sections detailing clinical examples relevant to the topic.
"Human Embryology" introduces medical students and other health professionals to the basic concepts and principles which underlie the first eight weeks of human development. Each chapter includes full colour illustrations and revision-oriented summary boxes, as well as sections detailing clinical examples relevant to the chapter. These clinical sections should add relevance to the subject and help the reader retain facts.
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The first week; the second week; the third week; the fourth week; development of the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system; folding; development of the heart; development of the vasculature; development of the gastrointestinal tract; development of the urogenital system; development of the limbs; development of the head, neck and special senses; development of the brain and cranial nerves; development of the integument and derivatives; foetal development and the foetus as a patient.
Human Embryology by William J. Larsen
William J. Larsen
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Elsevier Health Sciences
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.