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Clinical Human Embryology

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This program explores how the human body develops from a single-cell fertilized egg to the complex set of organ systems seen in the newborn. Clinical cases of congenital malformations or syndromes are used to introduce and highlight key sequences in normal development. Areas of interest can be selected by clinical case, organ system or by the selection of a week along developmental timeline. Clinical Human Embryology contains color figures and tables as well as animations. A quizzing feature is available for each section. Additional information is available through a glossary and reference list.

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Access Restrictions: Restricted by IP address to Yale Univ + YNHH

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System Requirements: 1. Quicktime needed for animations.