Pdf Book Name: The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology, 10th Edition
Author: Keith L. Moore BA MSc PhD DSc FIAC FRSM FAAA, T. V. N. Persaud MD PhD DSc FRCPath (Lond.) FAAA, Mark G. Torchia MSc PhD
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The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology, 10th Edition Pdf Book Description:
We have entered an era of achievement in the fields of molecular biology, genetics, and clinical embryology, perhaps like no other. The sequencing of the human genome has been achieved and several mammalian species, as well as the human embryo, have been cloned. Scientists have created and isolated human embryonic stem cells, and their use in treating certain intractable diseases continues to generate widespread debate. These remarkable scientific developments have already provided promising directions for research in human embryology, which will have an impact on medical practice in the future. The 10th edition of The Developing Human has been thoroughly revised to reflect current understanding of some of the molecular events that guide development of the embryo. This book also contains more clinically oriented material than previous editions; these sections are set as blue boxes to differentiate them from the rest of the text. In addition to focusing on clinically relevant aspects of embryology, we have revised the Clinically Oriented Problems with brief answers and added more case studies online that emphasize the importance of embryology in modern medical practice. This edition follows the official international list of embryologic terms (Terminologia Embryologica, Georg Thieme Verlag, 2013). It is important that physicians and scientists throughout the world use the same name for each structure. This edition includes numerous new color photographs of embryos (normal and abnormal). Many of the illustrations have been improved using three-dimensional renderings and more effective use of colors. There are also many new diagnostic images (ultrasound and magnetic resonance image) of embryos and fetuses to illustrate their three dimensional aspects. An innovative set of 18 animations that will help students understand the complexities of embryologic development now comes with this book.
“. . A well written text to get a fantastic comprehension of human evolution in the context of present state of understanding of biomedical sciences.” Review questions and answers at the conclusion of every chapter permit for successful exam preparation. Covers the most recent advances in embryology, such as abnormal and normal embryogenesis, causes of birth defects, and also the use of genes in human improvement. Details how discoveries in molecular chemistry have influenced clinical practice, for example, development of advanced new methods like recumbent DNA engineering and stem cell manipulation. Clinical case presentations, emphasized in particular boxes, show how embryology theories relate to clinical practice and are best for preparing for the USMLE Step 1. Three-dimensional animations – two new to this variant – aid visual learners comprehend the topics as mentioned in the publication as a whole. New and thoroughly revised evaluation queries by Mark Torchia. Gifts an authoritative description of individual embryology through all phases of evolution. Rich examples correspond with the text to boost understanding. This improved eBook encounter lets you search all the text, statistics, references, and videos in the publication on many different devices.
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