embryologic


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of an organism prior to birth or hatching

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Most common routes of collateralization include ipsilateral posterior communicating and anterior communicating arteries, however additional pathways have been described including external caraotid artery transcranial anastamosis (termed "rete mirabile") and embryologic remnants such as the persistent trigeminal artery.
An embryologic defect in testicular formation is supported by several important clinical observations.
14 Most congenital dermoid and epidermoid cysts probably arise due to an embryologic accident during the early stages of development, between 3 and 5 weeks of gestation.
The embryologic explanation of these variations has been presented and discussed by Felix.
1,2) The embryologic origin of the muscle remains a controversial issue.
In the human embryo, the bladder and rectum share the same embryologic endodermal origin.
No embryologic remnants of the supracardinal veins are noted on the right side of the aorta.
The diagnostic methods used to identify are described and a discussion of the embryologic origins is presented.
Anomalies of the inferior vena cava and renal veins: embryologic and surgical considerations.
Anomalies of the distal ureter, bladder, and urethra in children: Embryologic, radiologic, and pathologic features.
With nearly 500 illustrations, and using the official international list of embryologic terms, this volume has expanded coverage of teratology, and includes recent advances in the molecular aspects of developmental biology, which are highlighted in italics.
The embryologic development of the abdominal and lower extremity arteries allows collateralization flow [4].
The condition occurs when one of the four body folds fails to migrate normally in embryologic development (Baird, 2008).