Following the first 3 weeks of human development embryonic systems begin to be established. Over the next 5 weeks these embryonic systems lay down a template for the majority of body structures. As much as possible the known human data is shown on the individual systems notes, though there is also reference to animal models of development. See also the notes on Fetal Development.
Embryonic Development section of notes covers development before later system formation.
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Head and Neck
||Not really a system but an anatomical region with complex origins and structures.
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