PPT Drawing Tool kit - Embryology

PowerPoint Drawing Toolkit Embryology   PPT Drawing Toolkit -
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154 PPT slides include a variety of pre-designed and fully editable Embryology drawing diagrams.



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Stages of pre-embryonic development during the first weekEarly stages of implantation - 3 days morulaEarly stages of implantation - 5 days section of blastocyst
Early stages of implantation - 6 days contact with uterine wallImplantation of blastocyst - 7 days blastocyst begins to implantImplantation of blastocyst - 8 days amniotic cavity appears
Implantation of blastocyst - 9 days syncytiotrophoblast invades the uterineImplanted blastocyst - At 12 days cavities develop which coalesce to from the extra-embryonic coelomFormation of chorionic cavity - At 13 days the germ layers begin to form
Dorsal view of a 15-day embryonic discDorsal view of the embryonic disc showing the formation of the notochordDiagrams of transverse sections of the embryo showing the origin and migration of neural crest cells - 19 days
Diagrams of transverse sections of the embryo showing the origin and migration of neural crest cells - 20 daysDiagrams of transverse sections of the embryo showing the origin and migration of neural crest cells - 21 daysDiagrams of a 21 days embryo showing the formation of intra-embryonic coelom
Subdivisions of the somite - 4 weeksThe origin of segmental musculature from dermomyotome - 7 weeksFormation of the lateral body folds - 18 days
Formation of the lateral body folds - 21 daysFormation of the lateral body folds - 24 daysThe process of longitudinal folding by day 25 - sagittal section
Development of the deciduae at 12 weeksFormation of fetal membranes at implantation sites - 10 daysFormation of fetal membranes at implantation sites - 15 days
Function of the chorionic villi - day 14Function of the chorionic villi - day 16Blood vessels develop within the chorionic mesoderm forming the tertiary villi - 21 days
Blood vessels develop within the chorionic mesoderm forming the tertiary villi - 21 daysFetus at the end of the 3rd month showing the fused amnion and chorion laeveThe full-term placenta showing the maternal and fetal portions
The full-term placenta showing the maternal and fetal portionsPlacental villi at 7 weeks and 28 weeksDizygotic twins
Monozygotic twinning resulting from the splitting of inner cell massMonozygotic twinning resulting from the splitting of embryonic discSagittal section showing the position of the septum transversum rostral to the pericardial cavity - 3 week embryo
The ventrolateral view of intra-embryonic coelom in a 4-week embryoLongitudinal section showing the head and tail folds - 25 days embryoThe ventrolateral view of the embryo - 3 weeks
Formation of the diaphragm - 5 weeksFormation of the diaphragm - 7 weeksFormation of the diaphragm - a newborn
A left postero-lateral defect in the diaphragm - a newbornDifferentiating somites - 4 weeks embryoFormation of vertebral column from sclerotomes - 4 weeks embryo
Adult vertebrate spinal nerves intersegmental vesselsDevelopment of the sternum and ribsThe fetal skull
Developing limb skeleton - upper arm 5 weeksDeveloping limb skeleton - lower arm 8 weeksThe origin of the muscular system from myotomes - 4 weeks
The origin of the muscular system from myotomes - 5 weeksThe origin of the muscular system from myotomes - 7 weeksThe origin of the respiratory diverticulum from the foregut 4 week embryo
Transverse sections showing the formation of the tracheo-oesophageal septum 4 week embryoLung buds growing into the pericardioperitoneal canals  - 6 weeks embryoHistogenesis of the lungs and formation of the blood-air barrier
Histogenesis of the lungs and formation of the blood-air barrierTypes of the tracheo-oesophageal fistulaFormation of extra-embryonic vessels - 18 days
Two endocardial tubes come together near the midlineEarly establishment of the cardiovascular system - 4 weeksHeart chambers and binding
Partitioning of the common atriumPartitioning of the ventricles bulbus cordis and truncus arteriosus 5-7 weeksThe aorticopulmonay septum - 180 sprialling
Relationship of the aorta and pulmonary trunkSinous venosus and changes in veins drainingThe interior of the left and right atrium - 8 weeks
The arterial system - 4 weeks embryoDevelopment of aortic arches - 6 weeksDevelopment of aortic arches - 7 weeks
Development of aortic arches - New bornArrangement of the venous system - 5 weeks embryoUmbilical and vitelline veins - 6 weeks
Umbilical and vitelline veins - 8 weeksChanges in veins - 6 weeksChanges in veins - 7 weeks
Changes in veins - 8 weeksChanges in veins - Full termFetal circulation
The gut tube - 4 weeks embryoPeritoneal and retroperitoneal structures - 5 weeks embryoMesenteries of the gut tube - 5 weeks embryo
Developing stomachMesenteries change during the rotation of the stomachFormation of the ventral mesogastrium - 10 weeks embryo
Development of the duodenum and mesenteries - 5 weeks embryoDevelopment of the pancreas and duct system - 4 - 6 weeksFormation of the liver from the hepatic bud - 5 weeks embryo
Herniation of the midgut loop - 6 weeks embryoRotation of the midgut loop - 7 weeksRotation of the midgut loop - 8 weeks
Rotation of the midgut loop - early 3 monthsRotation of the midgut loop - late 3 monthsModification of mesenteries and return of the midgut loop - 11 weeks
Modification of mesenteries and return of the midgut loop - sagittalModification of mesenteries and return of the midgut loop - TransverseOmphalocele
Division of the cloaca by the urorectal septum - 6 weeksDivision of the cloaca by the urorectal septum - 7 weeksSubdivisions of the cloaca and formation of the anorectal canal - 8 weeks
Subdivisions of the cloaca and formation of the anorectal canal - newbornPosition of the intermediate mesoderm - 3 weeks embryoThree successive kidneys - 5 weeks embryo
Development of mesonephric tubules - 3-5 weeksDevelopment of the metanephros and its duct system - 5 - 8 weeksDevelopment stages of metanephric blastema into nephrons
The ascent of the kidneys from the sacral to the lumbar position - 6- 9 weeksFormation of gonads - 5 weeksIndifferent genital system - 6 weeks
Development of the testis and male genital ductsDifferentiation of the indifferent gonad into an ovaryDevelopment of the accessory glands of the male genital system - 10 weeks
Development of the accessory glands of the male genital system - 12 weeksFormation of the uterus and vagina - 9 weeksFormation of the uterus and vagina - 10 weeks
Descent of the testisFormation of external genitaliaFormation of external genitalia
Abnormal development of the process vaginalisFolding of the neural plateDevelopment of the brain
Development of the spinal cord - 5 weeksDevelopment of the spinal cord - 8 weeksThe flexures of the brain
Various types of spina defectsDevelopment of the pituitary gland - 4 weeksPharyngeal arches - 5 weeks
Pharyngeal arches Pharyngeal pouches Pharyngeal clefts - 4 weeksCranial nerves supplying the pharyngeal arches - 5 weeksPharyngeal clefts and pharyngeal pouches - 7 weeks
Pharyngeal clefts and pharyngeal pouches - 9 weeksDevelopment of the tongue on the pharyngeal floor - 4 weeksDevelopment of the tongue on the pharyngeal floor - 5 weeks
Development of the tongue on the pharyngeal floor - 6 weeksDevelopment of the thyroid glandDevelopment of the face - 4 weeks
Development of the face - 6 weeksDevelopment of the face - 7 weeksDevelopment of the face - 8 weeks
Development of the nasal cavitiesDevelopment of the nasal cavitiesFormation of the palate
Various types of cleft lip and cleft palateDevelopment of the eyeDevelopment of the eye
Development of the eyeDevelopment of the eye - 20 weeksDevelopment of the ear - 23 days
Development of the ear - 4 weeksDevelopment of the ear - early 5th weeksDevelopment of the ear - late 5th weeks
Development of the membranous labyrinth in a newborn
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