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Medial nasal prominence

Medial nasal prominence
Head end of human embryo of about thirty to thirty-one days.
Same embryo as shown above, with front wall of pharynx removed.
Latin prominentia nasalis medialis
Gray's subject #13 67
Precursor frontonasal prominence
Gives rise to intermaxillary segment
Code TE E5.3.0.0.0.0.11

The medial nasal prominence (nasomedial) is an embryological structure that forms the upper lip and nose.[1]

They join to form the intermaxillary segment.[2]

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  • University of North Carolina


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