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Neural tube

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Neural tube

During the first month of life, an embryo grows in a primitive tissue structure called the neural tube. As the embryo develops, the neural tube begins to change into a more complicated structure of bones, tissue and nerves that will eventually form the spine and nervous system.

Definition from NHS Choices: Neural tube

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