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Normale und pathologische Entwicklung des Nervensystems

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Das Zentralnervensystem ist das am frühesten angelegte Organ. Seine Entwicklung beginnt in der 3. Gestationswoche mit der Bildung der Neuralplatte. Die vor diesem Zeitpunkt während der Gameto- bzw. Blastogenese erfolgenden Entwicklungsstörungen sind in der Regel mit dem weiteren Überleben nicht vereinbar.

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