|Transverse section of a human embryo of the third week to show the differentiation of the primitive segment. ao. Aorta. m.p. Muscle-plate. n.c. Neural canal. sc. Sclerotome. s.p. cutis-plate.|
|Gives rise to||dermis|
It is also known as the "dermatome", but it should not be confused with the dermatomic area, which is also sometimes called a "dermotome". (The two concept are related, but the cutis plate is an embryological structure, while the dermatomic area is is present in the adult.)
- Embryology at UNSW Notes/skmus6
- Embryology at UNSW Notes/week3_6
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