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==Beginning the Intermediate Module==
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The cardiovascular system is the first major system to function within the embryo, with the heart beginning to function during the fourth week.  [[Intermediate_-_Cardiac_Abnormalities|Congenital heart defects]] affect 8-10 of every 1000 births in the United States.  Hence in both embryological and clinical contexts it is important to consider heart development.
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The intermediate section of this module on cardiac embryology is directed at university level students with some previous study of embryology but minimal previous study of cardiac development specifically.  This unit takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete.  The intermediate cardiac module contains 7 pages which should be worked through in order.
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#[[Intermediate_-_Primordial_Heart_Tube|Primordial Heart Tube]]
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#[[Intermediate_-_Heart_Tube_Looping|Looping of the Heart Tube]]
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#[[Intermediate_-_Atrial_Ventricular_Septation|Atrial and Ventricular Septation]]
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#[[Intermediate_-_Outflow_Tract|Development of the Outflow Tract]]
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#[[Intermediate_-_Heart_Valves|Development of Heart Valves]]
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#[[Intermediate_-_Cardiac_Abnormalities|Abnormalities of Cardiac Development]]
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#[[Intermediate_-_Vascular_Overview|Overview of Vascular Development]]
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These pages are also listed and linked in the yellow boxes at the top of each page. When you have completed the intermediate cardiac module, you can complete the intermediate quiz to test your knowledge.  For students who would like either less or more detailed information regarding each step in the developmental process, links throughout the unit will direct you to the corresponding section in the [[Basic_Cardiac_Embryology|basic level]] or [[Advanced_Cardiac_Embryology|advanced level]] respectively.  Alternatively, after completing the intermediate module you can proceed to the next [[Advanced_Cardiac_Embryology|advanced module]] or return to the simpler [[Basic_Cardiac_Embryology|basic module]].
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==Background Reading==
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===Books===
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* [http://www.us.elsevierhealth.com/isbn/9781416037064 The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology] (8th Edition) by Keith L. Moore and T.V.N Persaud
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* [http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/713963 Larsen’s Human Embryology] by GC. Schoenwolf, SB. Bleyl, PR. Brauer and PH. Francis-West
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*[http://www.lww.com/product/?978-0-7817-9069-7 Langman’s Medical Embryology] (10th Edition) by Sadler
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===Websites===
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*[http://cna.uc.edu/embryology/ Human Embryology]: Has animations, self-tests and glossaries associated with Larsen’s Human Embryology textbook
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*[http://pie.med.utoronto.ca/HTBG/index.htm Cardiac Embryology]: Interactive multimedia application designed to provide 3D animations of heart development
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*[http://www.med.unc.edu/embryo_images/unit-cardev/cardev_htms/cardevtoc.htm Embryo Images Online]: Scanning electron micrographs of cardiac development
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===Journals===
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*[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12807866?dopt=Abstract Development of the heart: (1) Formation of the Cardiac Chambers and Arterial Trunks] by Moorman et al. (2003) in Heart, 89(7), 806-814.
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*[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12860885?dopt=Abstract Development of the heart: (2) Septation of the Atriums and Ventricles] by Moorman et al. (2003) in Heart, 89(8), 949-58.
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*[http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produkte.asp?Aktion=ShowAbstract&ArtikelNr=112212&Ausgabe=235779&ProduktNr=224197 Embryonic Cardiac Morphometry in Carnegie Stages 15-23, from the Complutense University of Madrid Institute of Embryology Human Embryo Collection] by Arráez-Aybar et al. (2007) in Cells Tissues Organs, 187(3), 211-220
  
The intermediate cardiac module contains 7 pages which should be worked through in order after  completing the [[Basic_Cardiac_Embryology|basic module]] and before the [[Advanced_Cardiac_Embryology|advanced module]].
 
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#The Primordial Heart Tube
 
#Looping of the Heart Tube
 
#Atrial and Ventricular Septation
 
#Development of the Outflow Tract
 
#Development of Heart Valves
 
#Abnormalities of Cardiac Development
 
#Overview of Vascular Development
 
  
 
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Begin Intermediate: Primordial Heart Tube  Heart Tube Looping  Atrial Ventricular Septation  Outflow Tract  Heart Valves  Cardiac Abnormalities  Vascular Overview


Cardiac Embryology     Begin Basic     Begin Intermediate     Begin Advanced  


Beginning the Intermediate Module

The cardiovascular system is the first major system to function within the embryo, with the heart beginning to function during the fourth week. Congenital heart defects affect 8-10 of every 1000 births in the United States. Hence in both embryological and clinical contexts it is important to consider heart development.

The intermediate section of this module on cardiac embryology is directed at university level students with some previous study of embryology but minimal previous study of cardiac development specifically. This unit takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete. The intermediate cardiac module contains 7 pages which should be worked through in order.

  1. Primordial Heart Tube
  2. Looping of the Heart Tube
  3. Atrial and Ventricular Septation
  4. Development of the Outflow Tract
  5. Development of Heart Valves
  6. Abnormalities of Cardiac Development
  7. Overview of Vascular Development

These pages are also listed and linked in the yellow boxes at the top of each page. When you have completed the intermediate cardiac module, you can complete the intermediate quiz to test your knowledge. For students who would like either less or more detailed information regarding each step in the developmental process, links throughout the unit will direct you to the corresponding section in the basic level or advanced level respectively. Alternatively, after completing the intermediate module you can proceed to the next advanced module or return to the simpler basic module.


Start Module Now

Background Reading

Books

Websites

  • Human Embryology: Has animations, self-tests and glossaries associated with Larsen’s Human Embryology textbook
  • Cardiac Embryology: Interactive multimedia application designed to provide 3D animations of heart development
  • Embryo Images Online: Scanning electron micrographs of cardiac development

Journals


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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2020, April 8) Embryology Intermediate Cardiac Embryology. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Intermediate_Cardiac_Embryology

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