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* [[#Cardiovascular|Cardiovascular]] - [[#Tetralogy_of_Fallot|Tetralogy of Fallot]] | [[#Atrial_Septal_Defect|Atrial Septal Defect]]
 
* [[#Cardiovascular|Cardiovascular]] - [[#Tetralogy_of_Fallot|Tetralogy of Fallot]] | [[#Atrial_Septal_Defect|Atrial Septal Defect]]
 
* [[#Musculoskeletal|Musculoskeletal]] - [[#Muscular_Dystrophy|Muscular Dystrophy]] | [[#Syndactyly|Syndactyly]] | [[#Scoliosis|Scoliosis]] | [[#Congenital_Dislocation_of_the_Hip|Congenital Dislocation of the Hip]]
 
* [[#Musculoskeletal|Musculoskeletal]] - [[#Muscular_Dystrophy|Muscular Dystrophy]] | [[#Syndactyly|Syndactyly]] | [[#Scoliosis|Scoliosis]] | [[#Congenital_Dislocation_of_the_Hip|Congenital Dislocation of the Hip]]
* [[#Head_and_Neck|Head and Neck]] - [[#Cleft_Lip|Cleft Lip]] | [[#Cleft_Palate|Cleft Palate]]
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* [[#Head_and_Neck|Head and Neck]] - [[#Cleft_Lip|Cleft Lip]] | [[#Cleft_Palate|Cleft Palate]] | [[#Pierre_Robin_Syndrome|Pierre Robin Syndrome]]
 
* [[#Urogenital|Urogenital]] - [[#Kidney|Kidney]] | [[#Gonad|Gonad]]
 
* [[#Urogenital|Urogenital]] - [[#Kidney|Kidney]] | [[#Gonad|Gonad]]
 
* [[#Gastrointestinal Tract|Gastrointestinal Tract]] - [[#Hirschsprung_Disease|Hirschsprung Disease]]
 
* [[#Gastrointestinal Tract|Gastrointestinal Tract]] - [[#Hirschsprung_Disease|Hirschsprung Disease]]
 
* [[#Coelomic Cavity|Coelomic Cavity]] - [[#Diaphragmatic_Hernia|Diaphragmatic Hernia]]
 
* [[#Coelomic Cavity|Coelomic Cavity]] - [[#Diaphragmatic_Hernia|Diaphragmatic Hernia]]
 
  
 
==2010 OMIM Pages by Developmental Topic==
 
==2010 OMIM Pages by Developmental Topic==

Revision as of 06:29, 25 March 2010

Introduction

There are many different Online Mendelian Inheritence in Man (OMIM) reference materials used in UNSW Embryology. Selected OMIM references can also be found on the Abnormalities (page 2) of each section of Notes and there are also search buttons that will perform searches using specific term(s) of external databases. Some search results will allow access to the full original document, while others may require a Journal subscription to access the full document.

Students when referencing specific materials should as much as possible cite the original Research article and not Review articles. When wanting to give a broad overview or summaries of the field, the Review articles should be cited (and indicated as "reviews"). Students should also avoid direct text cut and paste and if absolutely necessary should place in "quotation marks" citing the original reference.

About OMIM "Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man OMIM is a comprehensive, authoritative, and timely compendium of human genes and genetic phenotypes. The full-text, referenced overviews in OMIM contain information on all known mendelian disorders and over 12,000 genes. OMIM focuses on the relationship between phenotype and genotype. It is updated daily, and the entries contain copious links to other genetics resources." OMIM


Links: Original Embryo Page | OMIM | Citing OMIM?

Page Links

2010 OMIM Pages by Developmental Topic

Week 1

Fertilization

Spermatozoa Motility

Spermatozoa

Cardiovascular

Tetralogy of Fallot

Atrial Septal Defect

Musculoskeletal

Muscular Dystrophy

Syndactyly


Scoliosis

Congenital Dislocation of the Hip


Head and Neck

Cleft Lip

Cleft Palate

Pierre Robin Syndrome

Urogenital

Kidney

Gonad

Gastrointestinal Tract

Hirschsprung Disease


Coelomic Cavity

Diaphragmatic Hernia

Respiratory

187760 THORACOLARYNGOPELVIC DYSPLASIA; TLPD]

1999 OMIM Pages

In 1999 I searched the Online Mendelian Inheritence in Man (OMIM) database and selected a small number of references for each topic. These earlier searches are now slightly out of date, but should still be a good starting point for those interested in the topics.

These pages retain the original earlier site (Version 3) page layout.

Week 1

Fertilization

Week 2

Week 3

Abnormal Development

Neural

Cardiovascular

Musculoskeletal

Gastrointestinal

Head and Neck

Coelomic Cavity

Respiratory

Neural Crest

Senses

Urogenital

Kidney

Gonad

Endocrine