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EMBRYOLOGICAL NOMENCLATURE (Nomina embryologica) — the evidence-based systematic list of the terms used in embryology.

On the XI International congress of anatomists in Mexico City in 1980 the new editorial office E was accepted. N which was included into the 5th Nomina anatomica (1983) edition. In general international E. the N answers the general style and creation of the anatomic nomenclature. It includes 3000 Latin terms relating to the general embryology and private embryology of the highest vertebrata (amniot) including the terms designating various anomalies of development. V E. the N is included also a number of terms from the anatomic nomenclature (the name of bodies and their parts) and histologic terms (the name of fabrics and cellular elements).

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