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Embryologie des Urogenitalsystems

  • M. Jacob
  • H. J. Jacob
  • K. Barteczko

Zusammenfassung

Zusätzlich zur „Scheitel-Steiß-Länge“ SSL als Standardmaß wird hier das Carnegie-Stadien-System benutzt. Dieses wurde von O’Rahilly und Müller 1987 auf Grundlage der „Streeter-Horizons“ für die eigentliche Embryonalzeit, d.h. bis zum Ende der 8. Woche post ovulationem eingeführt, da häufig bei Embryonen mit gleichgroßer SSL unterschiedliche Entwicklungen erkennbar sind. Diese Stadieneinteilung basiert auf der Beobachtung einzelner Entwicklungsschritte sogenannter „Schlüsselloragane“, die zusammengefaßt das jeweilige Stadium ergeben. Die zeitliche Komponente spielt dabei eine untegeordnete Rolle. Zur besseren Einordnung möglicher teratologischer Einwirkungen innerhalb der Embryonalzeit, haben wir hier zusätzlich das Alter der Embryonen angegeben.

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