Inderbir Singh Embryology PDF Book Download

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Anatomy is a vast subject that is mastered only with learning and application at the same time. While Embryology, a branch of Anatomy deals with study of embryogenesis, formation of embryo from a fertilized egg. Inderbir Singh Embryology PDF book for free download is available below through direct google drive links for you to help you out with your studies into this sub-section. This First year subject for MBBS shall become easier for you if you possess the appropriate books required.

Inderbir Singh Embryology PDF Book

There are 22 Chapters in Professor Inderbir Singh Book of Embryology which are as follows:

  1. Introduction and Some Preliminary Considerations
    •• Basic Qualities of Living Organisms
    •• Reproduction
    •• Development of a Human Being
    •• Embryology
    •• Subdivisions of Embryology
    •• Importance of Embryology in the Medical Profession
    •• Basic Processes in Embryology
  2. Genetics and Molecular Biology in Embryology
    •• Genetic Basis of Developmental Anatomy
    •• Genes
    •• Chromosomes
    •• Inheritance of Genetic Disorders
    •• Cell Division
  3. Reproductive System, Gametogenesis, Ovarian and Menstrual Cycles
    •• Male Reproductive System
    •• Female Reproductive System
    •• Gametogenesis
    •• Ovarian Cycle
    •• Menstrual Cycle
    •• Hormonal Control of Ovarian and Uterine Cycles
  4. Fertilization and Formation of Germ Layers
    •• Fertilization
    •• Sex Determination
    •• Test Tube Babies/In Vitro Fertilization
    •• Cleavage
    •• Formation of Germ Layers
    •• Time Table of Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or
    Anatomical Observations
  5. Further Development of Embryonic Disc
    •• Formation of Notochord
    •• Formation of the Neural Tube
    •• Subdivisions of Intraembryonic Mesoderm
    •• Lateral Plate Mesoderm—Formation of Intraembryonic Coelom
    •• Intermediate Mesoderm
    •• Yolk Sac
    •• Folding of Embryo
    •• Connecting Stalk
    •• Allantoic Diverticulum
    •• Effect of Head and Tail Folds on Positions of Other Structures
    •• Time Table of Events Described in this Chapter
  6. Placenta, Fetal Membranes and Twinning
    •• Formation of Placenta
    •• Fetal/Extraembryonic Membranes
    •• Multiple Births and Twinning
    •• Embryological Basis for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations
  7. Formation of Tissues of the Body
    •• Epithelia
    •• Connective Tissue
    •• Muscular Tissue
    •• Nervous Tissue
  8. Integumentary System (Skin and Its Appendages, Mammary Gland)
    •• Skin
    •• Appendages of Skin
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations in Skin
  9. Pharyngeal Arches
    •• Pharyngeal/Branchial Arches
    •• Derivatives of Skeletal Elements
    •• Nerves and Muscles of the Arches
    •• Fate of Ectodermal Clefts
    •• Fate of Endodermal Pouches
    •• Development of Palatine Tonsil
    •• Development of the Thymus
    •• Development of Parathyroid Glands
    •• Development of Thyroid Gland
    •• Time Table of Some Events in the Development of Pharyngeal Arches
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations
  10. Skeletal System and Muscular System
    Part 1: Skeletal System
    •• Somites
    •• Development of Axial Skeleton
    •• Formation of Limbs
    •• Joints
    Part 2: Muscular System
    •• Skeletal Muscle
    •• Development of Muscular System
    •• Time Table of Some Events
    •• Clinical Case with Prenatal Ultrasound and Aborted Fetal Images:
    Embryological and Clinical Explanation
  11. Face, Nose and Palate
    •• Development of the Face
    •• Development of Various Parts of Face
    •• Development of Palate
    •• Time Table of Some Events in the Development of Face,
    Nose and Palate
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations
  12. Alimentary System—I: Mouth, Pharynx and Related Structures
    •• Mouth
    •• Teeth
    •• Pharynx
    •• Tongue
    •• Derivatives of Oral Cavity
    •• Salivary Glands
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
  13. Alimentary System—II: Gastrointestinal Tract
    •• Derivation of Individual Parts of Alimentary Tract
    •• Rotation of the Gut
    •• Fixation of the Gut
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Basis for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations
  14. Liver and Biliary Apparatus; Pancreas and Spleen; Respiratory System; Body Cavities and Diaphragm
    Liver and Biliary Apparatus
    •• Liver and Intrahepatic Biliary Apparatus
    •• Gallbladder and Extrahepatic Biliary Passages (Extrahepatic Biliary Apparatus)
    Pancreas and Spleen
    •• Pancreas
    •• Spleen
    Body Cavities and Diaphragm
    •• Body Cavities
    •• Diaphragm
    Respiratory System
    •• Larynx
    •• Trachea
    •• Extrapulmonary Bronchi
    •• Intrapulmonary Bronchi and Lungs
    •• Embryological Basis for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations
  15. Cardiovascular System
    Part 1: Heart
    •• Components of Blood Vascular System
    •• Formation of Blood Cells and Vessels
    •• Extraembryonic Blood Vascular System
    •• Intraembryonic Blood Vascular System
    •• Development of Heart
    •• Development of Various Chambers of the Heart
    •• Exterior of the Heart
    •• Valves of the Heart
    •• Conducting System of the Heart
    •• Pericardial Cavity
    Part 2: Arteries
    •• Pharyngeal Arch Arteries and their Fate
    •• Development of Other Arteries
    Part 3: Veins
    •• Visceral Veins
    •• Somatic Veins
    •• Veins of the Abdomen
    •• Azygos System of Veins
    Part 4: Fetal Circulation
    •• Changes in the Circulation at Birth
    Part 5: Lymphatic System
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Basis for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations
  16. Urogenital System
    •• Development of Kidneys
    •• Absorption of Lower Parts of Mesonephric Ducts into Cloaca
    •• Development of the Ureter
    •• Development of the Urinary Bladder
    •• Development of the Female Urethra
    •• Development of the Male Urethra
    •• Development of the Prostate
    •• Paramesonephric Ducts
    •• Development of Uterus and Uterine Tubes
    •• Development of Vagina
    •• Development of External Genitalia
    •• Development of Testes
    •• Development of the Ovary
    •• Fate of Mesonephric Duct and Tubules in the Male
    •• Fate of Mesonephric Ducts and Tubules in the Female
    •• Control of Differentiation of Genital Organs
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
  17. Nervous System
    •• Neural Tube and Its Subdivisions
    •• Neural Crest Cells
    •• Spinal Cord
    •• Brainstem
    •• Cerebellum
    •• Cerebral Hemisphere
    •• Autonomic Nervous System
    •• Time Table of Some Events in Nervous System Development
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations of Nervous System
  18. Endocrine Glands
    •• Classification of Endocrine Glands
    •• Hypophysis Cerebri or Pituitary Gland
    •• Pineal Gland
    •• Adrenal Gland
    •• Chromaffin Tissue
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations in Eyeball
  19. Development of Eye
    •• Formation of the Optic Vesicle
    •• Formation of Lens Vesicle
    •• Formation of the Optic Cup
    •• Derivation of Parts of the Eyeball
    •• Accessory Structures of Eyeball
    •• Time Table of Some Important Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations in Eyeball
  20. Development of the Ear
    •• Internal Ear
    •• Middle Ear
    •• External Ear
    •• Time Table of Some Events Described in this Chapter
    •• Embryological Explanation for Clinical Conditions or Anatomical Observations in Ear
  21. Clinical Applications of Embryology
    •• Gestational Period
    •• Growth of the Embryo
    •• Determining the Age of an Embryo
    •• Further Growth of the Fetus
    •• Determining the Age of a Living Fetus
    •• Control of Fetal Growth
    •• Causation of Congenital Anomalies (Teratogenesis)
    •• Prenatal Diagnosis of Fetal Diseases and Malformations
    •• Fetal Therapies
  22. Embryology Ready Reckoner
    •• Developmental Anatomy at a Glance
  • About the Author
    • Professor Inderbir Singh
  • About the Editor
    • V Subhadra Devi
      • MS (Anatomy)
      • Professor and Head
      • Department of Anatomy
      • Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences (Svims)
      • Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Overview

Inderbir Singh Embryology book is made for MBBS students who just got into MBBS and face the world-changing scenario of their life in their First Year. Juggling between studies and their personal life, they suffer from Anatomy, and super-added is Embryology which drains the blood from vessels. They seek 10-year question papers and beg for notes from seniors for Embryology, a sub-section of anatomy. The Inderbir Singh Embryology PDF Book contains 377 pages and is 29.2mb which includes 22 chapters (a painful death!)

Suggestions to those studying anatomy in first year of MBBS includes following:

  1. Watch Acland videos and compare with your book.
  2. Stick to BD chaurasia, it’s bible for mbbs anatomy.
  3. Make notes every time you dissect or learn from cadaver.
  4. Learn to make more of diagrams, examiners mostly stick to your presentation rather than your content, so a couple of diagrams and charts can help you win the race.
  5. Don’t ever miss Cadaver dissection, you might not get the opportunity again in life.

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