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hi guys

I need to do a teaching session on embryology (I'm specifically doing the folding bit) but I want to understand the process from the formation of germ layers to the folding. I want to understand it pretty well.

I am looking for any recommendations of websites/books/videos etc - (I tried khans academy but it didn't go as far into the process as I wanted)

any help is much appreciated!!!
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The folding bit? That's a significant chunk of embryology. At UCL we used 'The Embryonic Disk' which served our purposes.
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The folding bit? That's a significant chunk of embryology. At UCL we used 'The Embryonic Disk' which served our purposes.
Give an account of the process of neurulation and formation of the neural tubeDescribe the consequences of abnormal neurulation and neural tube defects and how these may be prevented
Give an account of the origin of neural crest cells and their derivatives
Describe the consequences of abnormal neural crest cell development
Give an account of folding of the trilaminar embryonic disc in the craniocaudal and lateral axesDescribe ventral wall defects and how they occur.
Understand and be able to label diagrams of the embryo from week 1 to week 4 of development


Those are the objectives above that I want to cover. But more importantly, I don't understand trilaminar embroyonic disc folding in both the planes.. and I need to!
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hi guys

I need to do a teaching session on embryology (I'm specifically doing the folding bit) but I want to understand the process from the formation of germ layers to the folding. I want to understand it pretty well.

I am looking for any recommendations of websites/books/videos etc - (I tried khans academy but it didn't go as far into the process as I wanted)

any help is much appreciated!!!
I assume you have Langmans? Because that is the bible when it comes to embryology.
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I assume you have Langmans? Because that is the bible when it comes to embryology.
okay. thanks. will check this book out!
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