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    Name the three primary (embryonic) brain vessels and use clinical terminology to name the resulting adult brain regions.

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    At the end of the fourth week or so of embryonic development, the brain has formed three distinct regions: prosencephalon, mesencephalon, and rhombencephalon.

    The prosencephalon becomes the forebrain. During the ...

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    Embryonic brain vessels and the resulting adult brain regions are named.