Despite all our knowledge of genes, biochemistry and anatomy, there is still much that is unknown about human embryology. This remarkable new atlas illustrates and describes the progress of the embryo throughout its development, highlighting the formation and differentiation of organ structures. Many of the unique images contained in this volume illustrate periods of embryonic development never before recorded. By using state-of-the-art photographs, optical micrographs and scanning electron micrographs, the author has illustrated human fetal development in stunning detail. This atlas is a dynamic authoritative work which will be an invaluable aid for embryologists, medical students, general physicians and specialists in reproductive medicine, and all those interested in the study of human prenatal development. Beautifully illustrated with over 250 original images in both color and black and white, Unique guide of human prenatal development, Includes full glossary of related terms.