Human prenatal craniofacial development related to brain development under normal and pathologic conditions.

@inproceedings{Kjr1995HumanPC,
  title={Human prenatal craniofacial development related to brain development under normal and pathologic conditions.},
  author={Inger Kj{\ae}r},
  year={1995}
}
A survey is given of current knowledge of the interrelationship between facial, cranial and brain development in humans. First, normal facial, cranial (mandible, maxilla, palatine bone, cranial base, theca cranii, dentition), and brain development are described separately. Then, developmental interrelationships are illustrated under normal and pathologic conditions (cleft lip and palate, holoprosencephaly, anencephaly, amniotic band sequence). New observations are described in detail, and… CONTINUE READING

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