Embryology is a part of Anatomy in First year of MBBS which deals with development of embryos into a fetus. Kadasne is one of the textbook that is chosen by the medical students for this subject. You can now download Kadasne Book of Embryology by the below links or you can read it online.
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The free ebook has 44 chapters in total. These guide the MBBS students from the fertilization process to a fully formed embryo.
Kadasne embryology textbook has has over 380 pages with 44 chapters including an index. There’s an additional prologue at the end of book, just before the index. The book describes the development of various parts of human fetus, from eye to ear, everything are described in a sequence.
However, the book has severe grammar error. About the diagrams, they too seem not to be good enough. You can always refer to other books if you feel the book is not good.
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