Inderbir Singh’s Human Embryology 11th Edition
Inderbir Singh’s Human Embryology 11th Edition gives new outlook to the book with thorough revision and updation of all the chapters.
• The book presents essential concepts in human development for medical students.
• Each chapter opens with highlights followed by various descriptions of the normal development of particular systems in a systematic manner.
• New chapters on:
1. Genetics and molecular biology in embryology
2. Skeletal system and muscular system
3. Clinical applications of embryology
4. Embryology ready reckoner
• Richly illustrated with simplified figures, 3D images and modification to existing figures.
• Addition of detailed explanation for all the images.
• Tables and flowcharts for easy understanding.
• Clinical images of various fetal anomalies.
• Clinical correlations have been added and highlighted in separate boxes to enhance the clinical concepts of the students.
• Molecular and genetic basis of development of a system presented in every chapter in tabular format.
• Incorporation of case scenarios with embryological explanation for each chapter.
• Review questions provided at the end of each chapter for self-assessment.
During the publication of my earlier book – “Basic Histology – A Color Atlas and Text” the publishers proposed to me to revise the embryology book written by late Prof Inderbir Singh.
Notwithstanding 35 years of experience in teaching embryology and several publications in human developmental anatomy, I was skeptical because it is simply difficult for anyone to match the simplicity of expression and sheer elegance of images so diligently originated by Prof. Singh.
With the encouragement provided by the publishers and colleagues, I have taken the proverbial plunge. When I started my career as a medical teacher way back in 1981, I used to reproduce the diagrams from Prof. Inderbir Singh’s embryology on black board. With the evolution of technology, I have initially transcribed the figures on to OHP sheets and recently upgraded several of them into 3D images, some of which are included in the present edition of the book.
Other Embryology Books
- Langman Medical Embryology 13th Edition.
- The Developing Human – Clinically Oriented Embryology 8th Edition.
- BRS Embryology 6th Edition.
- Netter’s Atlas of Human Embryology.
- Embryology at a Glance 2nd Edition.
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