Histology Text and Atlas 8th

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9781975115364

Combining a reader-friendly textbook and a rich, full-color atlas, this bestselling resource equips medical, dental, health professions, and undergraduate biology and cell biology students with a comprehensive grasp of the clinical and functional correlates of histology and a vivid understanding of the structural and functional details of cells, tissues, and organs.

Updated content throughout the text reflects the latest advances in cellular and molecular biology, accompanied by large, high-resolution illustrations and full-color photomicrographs that clarify microanatomy in vibrant detail. Ideal for integrated curriculums as well as standalone histology courses, this proven approach is accompanied by popular pedagogical features that distill complex information and help students save time.

  • “Two-in-one” approach supplements clearly written chapters with dynamic atlas plates to enhance understanding at the point of learning.
  • Updated content equips students with the most current, clinically relevant understanding of cellular and molecular biology.
  • 435 high-resolution, full-color digital photomicrographs across more than 100 atlas plates clarify key structures.
  • Updated full-color illustrations and clinical images refine students’ understanding of microanatomy and cell and molecular biology in rich detail.
  • Updated Histology “101” Notebook reviews summarize chapter content in a concise, notebook-style format preferred by students.
  • Color-coded text highlights key terms and clinical information for fast, efficient reference.
  • Boxed Clinical Correlation Folders familiarize students with conditions they may encounter on rotations during clerkship.
  • Tables and bulleted text give quick access to staining techniques and other essential chapter details.
  • Online USMLE-style multiple-choice review questions and clinical vignettes help students assess their understanding and prepare for board exams.
Mais informação
ISBN9781975115364
LínguaInglês
AutorWojciech Pawlina , Ross
EditoraWolters Kluwer
Data de publicação01/2019
Páginas1038
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