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Cardiac Abnormalities

  • Maria IlinaEmail author
  • Stuart Lilley
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Abstract

Development of the heart begins in the third week. It develops from the splanchnic mesoderm in the cardiogenic area in front of the buccopharyngeal membrane.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Royal Hospital for ChildrenGlasgowUK

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