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Hi guys,
I have an anatomy exam coming up next week and I have trouble understanding how the craniofacial development occurs.
How to the neurocranium, chondrocranium and viscerocranium develop and what role do neural crest cells and the pharyngeal arches play?
I would really appreciate any help or tips for good website that are explanatory.
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have you looked on youtube for a suitable embryology video? or is it not specialist enough?
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have you looked on youtube for a suitable embryology video? or is it not specialist enough?
yes, unfortunately the videos on youtube are not specific enough or don't cover the whole topic
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have you tried speaking to your peers? Maybe you're using a different text book than everyone else? have you tried asking your peers in case they want to start a study-group? it's enjoyable and helpful to teach each other
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