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Synonyms for mesoderm

the middle germ layer that develops into muscle and bone and cartilage and blood and connective tissue

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A guide to the pathologies that develop at different embryological stages Gastrulation Primary neurulation Split cord Spinal lipoma--premature malformation--duplicated dysjunction and mesoderm notochord migration Neurenteric cysts--failure Dermal sinus track--late of notochord precursor dysjunction integration Gastrulation Secondary neurulation Split cord Thick filum--failure of malformation--duplicated terminal mass regression (Fig.
Behind the back end of the digestive tract (the anal opening), along the bottom of the tail, the two mesoderm layers come together as the body wall closes up, forming a single (median) fin.
Dermis is derived from the mesoderm, and its main function is to sustain and support the epidermis (Figure 1).
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For starters, the epithelial layer of these membranes contain cells that act in a similar fashion to stem cells but can be differentiated into the three embryonic germ layers that are the embryonic source of all human cells--the mesoderm, endoderm and ectoderm.
However, it is also worth emphasizing the real, inherent difficulties in defining a unique, firmly reproducible immunoprofile for a tumor such as MM, whose hallmark is its phenotypic versatility, (5,6) even within a single case, not only at the level of the basic epithelioid and sarcomatoid types with their possible unusual variants (such as desmoplastic, lymphohistiocytic, small cell, or deciduoid) but also by the additional malignant heterologous components (notably osseous, chondroid, rhabdomyoblastic, or smooth muscle) peculiar to embryonic mesoderm differentiation.
1-5) They are also known as marrow stromal cells and are derived from the mesoderm.
Mesotherapy involves , according to Bodyline, painless micro-injections of small amounts of medication, vitamins and amino acids in the mesoderm - the middle layer of the skin - specific to the problem areas.
Y blastoderm fydd yn y pendraw maes o law yn datblygu i roi'r ectoderm neu'r echgroen, yr endoderm a'r mesoderm.
Cancers are classified according to the cell or tissue which is arise the disease, Lymphomas which are arise from mesoderm.
1), (12), (13) It is formed by 3 embryological germ cell layers (ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm).
The mesoderm allowed for formation of muscle and circulatory systems.
The mesoderm accounts for approximately 75% of the body's mass but only for about 1% of tumours in the adult population.
8 In the present case, no neurofibroma was found anterior to C2, and since it is a widely accepted fact that in neurofibromatosis there is genetically related maldevelopment of neuroectoderm and mesoderm, there may be associated deformities in the adjacent structures and ligaments--in turn leading to AAD.