Book review| Volume 58, ISSUE 2, P151, February 2020

Book review

Published:January 02, 2020DOI:
      The first edition of this new text provides an excellent resource for students, trainees, and experts alike. It is a comprehensive atlas – with excellent line diagrams and clinical photographs – that illustrate the embryological development of the human body. A large portion of the book is also dedicated to developing an understanding of congenital malformations. The atlas is not concerned with the management of these conditions, but does provide an excellent and detailed starting point to understanding the breadth of congenital malformation, the basic science, classification, and clinical presentation of these conditions.
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