Paper - The timing and sequence of events in the development of the human endocrine system during the embryonic period proper

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O'Rahilly R. The timing and sequence of events in the development of the human endocrine system during the embryonic period proper. (1983) Anat. Embryol., 166: 439-451. PMID 6869855

The Timing and Sequence of Events in the Development of the Human Endocrine System during the Embryonic Period Proper

Ronan O'Rahilly 1987
Ronan O'Rahilly (1987 Carnegie Labs)

by Ronan O'Rahilly

Only a brief extract from the paper introduction is shown here.

Introduction

Observations on the development of individual endocrine organs may be found in many widely-scattered articles on embryology, and a number of papers specifically on those organs have been published. However, apart from the valuable but limited information provided by Jirásek (1980)[1], no comprehensive account of the early development of the human endocrine system seems to be available, certainly not with reference to staged embryos, such as have been published in regard to other systems of the body (O'Rahilly 1979)[2].


Weller’s (1933) important study,[3] used the following Carnegie Collection embryos: stage 9 (No. 1878), 10 (391; 3709), 13 (76; 800; 836), 14 (2841; 4672), 15 (4602), 16 (397; 1836), 17 (623; 695), 18 (Template:CE74; 175; 492; 4430), 20 (966), and 23 (4570).

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