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The prime mover for this idea is the embryologic association between the retina and the brain.
Studies have shown that benzodiazepines cause metabolic changes that disrupt embryologic development, including that of the central nervous system, the researchers said.
Cardiovascular biology will include embryologic development, physiology, and molecular pharmacology of the system.
Zinner syndrome is related with an embryologic anomaly development between the 4th and the 13th gestational week of the distal portion of the mesonephric or Wolffian duct.
Cartilaginous metaplasia of meningeal fibroblasts, ectopic embryologic rests of cartilage cells, metaplasia of perivascular mesenchymal tissue, or traumatic displacement of cartilaginous elements have all been proposed.
Our case highlights the importance of the inclusion of embryologic abnormalities in the differential diagnosis of an apparent neck swelling.
In addition, during embryologic development, the posterior walls of the bladder and rectum have the same origin and are separated by a urorectal septum during the seventh week of gestation.
Due to embryologic relationships, UAPA commonly occurs on the side of the chest opposite the aortic arch (although that was not the case in our patient) (4).
This classification is based on the embryologic etiologies behind MDAs.
Anomalies of the inferior vena cava and renal veins: embryologic and surgical considerations.
The embryologic genesis of multiple pelvises is best described by one ureteral bud arising at the 5th week of embryological life from the mesonephric duct.
In addition, more than 300 comparisons were made in this study, and it was impossible to pinpoint specific gestational days of exposure to the medications that might have plausibly been related to the wide variety of embryologic timing for each of the specific defects.