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by Y.R. Barishak,F. Bandello

ePub Embryology of the Eye and Its Adnexae (Developments in Ophthalmology, Vol. 24) download
Author:
Y.R. Barishak,F. Bandello
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978-3805555111
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3805555113
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S. Karger; 1 edition (April 27, 1992)
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Medicine
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The embryonal and fetal development of the human eye includes a series of sequential events starting with the fertilization of the ovum and culminating in the birth of a normal baby. R. Barishak}, journal {Developments in ophthalmology}, year {1992}, volume {24}, pages {. 1-142 } }. Y. Barishak. Published in Developments in ophthalmology 1992.

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This monograph, unlike most previously published books on the subject, approaches the embryology of the eye and its adnexa from the perspective of gestational age, providing a unique overall view of the various structures of the eye at different stages of prenatal development. Embryogenesis, organogenesis and differentiation are three main periods that can be distinguished in the prenatal development of the human eye. The chapters in this book describe in detail the series of sequential events that occur during these periods from the fertilization of the ovum to, and after, birth.

The eye and its adnexae are complicated delicate structures . In this chapter, an overview is given of the embryology and normal histology of the human eye and ocular adnexa

The eye and its adnexae are complicated delicate structures, which evolve from the neuroectoderm, the surface ectoderm, and the mesenchyme. In this chapter, an overview is given of the embryology and normal histology of the human eye and ocular adnexa. During development of the anterior eye segment, cells that originate from the surface epithelium or the neuroepithelium need to interact with mesenchymal cells, which predominantly originate from the neural crest.

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For this reason, errors in ocular development are often associated with severe congenital . Barishak YR. Embryology of the eye and its adnexae.

In this chapter we provide a brief overview of the embryology of the eye and explore in detail vitreous development and its anomalies. PubMedGoogle Scholar.

This monograph approaches the embryology of the eye and its adnexae from the perspective of gestational age, providing a unique overall view of the various structures of the eye at different stages of prenatal development. Embryo-genesis, organogenesis and differentiation are three main periods that can be distinguished in the prenatal development of the human eye. The chapters in this book describe in detail the series of sequential events that occur during these periods from the fertilization of the ovum until birth.