By Prof. Humio Mizoguti MD, PhD (auth.)

Histological observations of human embryos hitherto were performed utilizing paraffin sections of five to ten µm thickness, stained with the H-E approach or just with carmine. a result of thickness, cells are prepared in 2 or three layers in a single part and the histological information aren't continuously transparent. This ebook presents precise morphological good points of a truly good preserved human embryo with fifteen somites. The sections are approximately 0.75 µm thick and stained with toluidine blue. The thinness of sections and clearness of staining demonstrate the histological info of this embryo very safely. a whole set of top of the range photomicrographs are awarded for every of the chosen sections. The excessive solution of the photomicrographs will allow effortless comparability with the literature. The transparent presentation during this publication of embryonic improvement is more and more vital and hugely appropriate for in-vitro fertilization, and hence of curiosity to reproductive biologists in addition to anatomists.

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__ Pericardiac cavity Pericardium Ectoderm Myocardium Myocardium Endocardium (ventriculus) Endocardium (bulbus cordis) '. • - Amnion ~ , . "'; Fig. 18. Section through aortic sac and facio-acoustic neural crest region (9). The right and left walls of the rhombencephalon are in close apposition and the slit-like intersapce is closed dorsally by a very thin membrane, the tegmen rhombencephali, so that the rhombocoele is now established as a closed lumen. Lateral to the dorsal half of the rhombencephalon the facio-acoustic neural crest cell aggregation is marked on each side.

A faint lateral bulge between the second branchial groove and the otic placode represents the third branchial arch. Tbe myocardial tube elongates transversely and contains tbe endocardial lumina of the bulbus cordis, ventriculus, and atrium. The dorsal mesocardium is here also degenerating. li:::~--- Ectoderm 2nd branchial pouch Pericardium Amnion •, Pericardlac cavity Septum transversum (anterior end) 37 Fig. 23. Section through anterior portion of septum transversum (17-1). The rhombencephalon now shows a characteristic triangular configuration with ventrally oriented apex and dorsally situated base.

Section through first branchial groove and first branchial pouch (8-2) . From the dorsomedial extremity of the neural plate, the rhombencephalon, sprouts a tiny medial process indicating the formation of the tegmen rhombencephali. The lumen of the foregut markedly widens transversely, forming the first branchial pouch, which is separated from the first branchial groove by a two-cell-layer membrane, the branchial membrane. Dorsal and ventral to the foregut dorsal and ventral aortae are seen respectively on each side of the median line.

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