The timing and sequence of events in the development of the human vertebral column during the embryonic period proper

Anatomy and Embryology
R O'Rahilly, D B Meyer

Abstract

A documented scheme of the early development of the human vertebrae is presented. It is based on (1) reports of workers who personally studied staged human embryos, and (2) personal observations and confirmations. The necessity of studying staged embryos in order to determine the precise sequence of developmental events is stressed.

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