The central nervous system (CNS) is among the first to begin developing with the emergence of the neural crest and tube. As the CNS develops, the cranial bones and face develop around it, making the head and face the most anatomically intricate regions of the human body.
In this course, students will be introduced to the stages of development of the CNS and sensory organs, the skull, and the face. Diseases arising from these processes going awry will be discussed throughout the course.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to have preliminary knowledge of molecular and cellular biology and biochemistry, with an emphasis on cell division and gene expression. Parallel study of the anatomy and physiology of the CNS is highly encouraged.
An excellent course and therefore I gave the highest possible rating. I liked absolutely everything. Thanks for your work! I am now preparing for USMLE step 1 and I am at the stage of repetition of anatomy and embryology.
the lecture is good but for future can you include a slightly more advanced serioes that includes regiratory mediatory that can lead to congenital defects?
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Actually embryology is tough and it involves a lot of imagination if we study it on our own it is difficult to visualise but Sir makes the classes very interesting less of a burden and because of the classes I never had difficulty in this zone and this was the subject I didn’t had to look behind to review because once taught by Sir it remains forever . My favourite teacher