Theiler Stage 20 - Earliest signs of fingers
The handplate (anterior footplate) is no longer circular but develops angles which correspond to the future digits. The posterior footplate is also distinguishable from the lower part of the leg. It is possible to see the pigmentation of the pigmented layer of the retina through the transparent cornea. The tongue and brain vesicles are clearly visible.
Absent:5 rows of whiskers, indented handplate.
12 dpc (range 11.5-13)
Carnegie - Stage 17 , (human - stage table)
Virtual Human Embryo - Stage 17
All scale bars in microns
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