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Chapter-01 Human Embryology by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S (2016) Edition : 2/e

This chapter discusses human embryology. Human embryology is that branch of Anatomy, which deals with the development of the individual. The term Embryology, appropriately called developmental anatomy, is applied to the various changes, which take place during the growth of an animal from the egg to the adult condition. Spermatogenesis is a term used to desc... [More]

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Chapter-01 Human Embryology by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S, Shetty Shailaja (2010) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11245_1      

For the development of an individual, two gametes—sperm and ovum—with haploid number of chromosomes are required. The study of formation and maturation of sperms is called spermatogenesis and that of ovum is oogenesis. These mature gametes meet in the female reproductive tract, fuse to form the zygote. The female reproductive system undergoes changes along w... [More]

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Chapter-02 Fetal Membranes by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S (2016) Edition : 2/e

This chapter discusses fetal membranes. Amnion is a thin, tough, fluid filled, membranous sac that surrounds the embryo and the fetus. Extraembryonic celom is the space in the extraembryonic mesoderm, which is also called chorionic sac. This fluid filled extraembryonic celom gradually surrounds the embryonic disk, yolk sac and amnion except where they are at... [More]

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Chapter-02 Fetal Membranes by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S, Shetty Shailaja (2010) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11245_2      

As the embryo grows into fetus, the membranes of the fetus develop simultaneously which form amnion, yolk sac, extra embryonic mesoderm and coelom, Allantois, connecting stalk, chorion and placenta. The connecting stalk becomes the umbilical cord. The yolk sac nourishes the embryo initially but the placental circulation takes over the function of nourishment... [More]

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Chapter-03 Development in Third Week of Life by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S, Shetty Shailaja (2010) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11245_3      

In the 3rd week of gestation there will be development of primitive streak, notochord, neural plate, neural groove, neural tube and neural crest. All are derivatives of epiblast. There will be simultaneously Gastrulation taking place and the intraembryonic mesoderm develops and undergoes differentiation. The intra embryonic mesoderm consists of three parts—p... [More]

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Chapter-03 Development of Third Week of Life by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S (2016) Edition : 2/e

This chapter presents the development of the third week of life. The primitive streak is a linear band of thickened epiblast that first appears at the caudal end of the embryo and grows cranially. The cells of the primitive streak which insinuate between the epiblast and secondary endoderm extend all over the embryo except the prochordal plate cranially and ... [More]

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Chapter-04 Developments in Fourth Week and Onwards by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S (2016) Edition : 2/e

This chapter discusses development in the fourth week and onwards. Around 4th week of gestation, as the neural crest cells migrate into the future head region, the pharyngeal apparatus begins to develop. This apparatus develops in the future pharynx, therefore, called ‘Pharyngeal Apparatus’. Endodermal diverticula between pharyngeal arches are called pharyng... [More]

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Chapter-04 Developments in Fourth Week and Onwards by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S, Shetty Shailaja (2010) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11245_4      

During the fourth week of gestation the head, face, neck, pharynx, tongue, larynx and associated bones and cartilages develop from the cranial part of the foregut called pharyngeal or branchial or visceral apparatus which consist of all the three germ layers. The face, palate and ears develop from this apparatus. The developmental anomalies of face, palate a... [More]

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Embryology by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S (2016) Series : Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/12799   ISBN:9789352501595

This book discusses embryology. The term Embryology, appropriately called developmental anatomy, is applied to the various changes, which take place during the growth of an animal from the egg to the adult condition. This book is very important to understand many clinical aspects in pediatrics and pediatric surgery, especially in dealing with congenital anom... [More]

Embryology
   Series Books
Embryology by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S, Shetty Shailaja (2010) Series : Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/11245   ISBN:9788184489873

The study of embryology is very fascinating. It is divided into various chapters. The development of various organs and organ systems develop simultaneously. Therefore for descriptive purpose the book divided into four chapters. In the first chapter of human embryology, the stages of development of the individual (human being) before birth (prenatal) and aft... [More]

Embryology