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Development of Gonads
The following lecture is devoted to the discussion of Genital System Development. Section one of this lecture is about the Development of Gonads. Firstly, the educator puts forth an overview with explanation of sources. Afterwards, the Genetic Basis of Phenotypical Differentiation are demonstrated in detail. Later, educator explains the Development of Gonads. In the end of section, Educator in detail explains the Indifferent Stage that is fourth week.
Section two focuses on the Definitive Stage. The educator comprehensively talks about Development of Testis and brings under consideration Cells of Seminiferous Tubules. In addition to this, light is shed on the process of Development of Testis after which Development of Ovary is discussed in depth. Apart from this, the educator speaks extensively about Influence of Chromosome Complement. In the end of the section educator presented the major Differences in Development of Testis and Ovary.
The prime focus of section three is the elucidation of Genital Ducts. The educator elaborately explains Development of Genital Ducts, and Genital Ducts. Moreover, the Influence of Gonads on Sex Differentiation is highlighted. These include Testis and Ovary. Later on, educator explains the Development of Genital Ducts in Male, after that Development of Prostate is explained. Then educator concludes this section with explanation of Development of Bulbourethral Glands.
Female Genital Duct
Section four accommodates the elucidation of Female Genital Duct. First of all, the Development of Paramesonephric Duct is comprehensively reported. Paramesonephric duct develops lateral to mesonephric ducts by a vertical invagination of celomic epithelium (mesothelium). The educator then moves towards the explanation of Development of Genital Duct in Females also speaks elaborately about Fate of Paramesonephric Duct. Afterwards, light is shed on Development of Uterine Tubes and Development of Uterus. At the end of this section, Development of Uterus is discussed in detail.
In section five, the educator deals with the elucidation of Clinical Correlations. The concept of Double Uterus with Double Vagina is extensively demonstrated, Leading towards the explanation of Double Uterus with Single Vagina. In addition to this, light is shed on Bicornuate Uterus. Moving forward, educator explains the Unicornuate Uterus and Septate Uterus. Later on, Agenesis of Uterus and Infantile Uterus are explained. Agenesis of Vagina and Atresia of Vagina are then in depth demonstrated. This section is concluded with the explanation of Imperforate Hymen and Rectovaginal and Vesicovaginal Fistulae.