Students who study with the ATLAS OF FUNCTIONAL HISTOLOGY obtain the most lifelike learning of tissues and organs. It features 600 realistic color histology sections and 150 electron micrographs. Each figure has a detailed caption outlining the structures and their function to the system or body as a whole. The book is organized by body system, each chapter beginning with an introduction of that system and its function. To help students assess their skills, a unique self-testing section asks them to differentiate between tissues of similar appearance through the use of multiple choice questions. Detailed rationale on each option of the multiple-choice questions helps them understand the differences in function of similar looking tissue. After using the atlas, students will be able to quickly and correctly identify histology sections and discuss the structures in relation to body function.
Presents the highest quality set of histology images ever published for medical students, so students realistically see on paper exactly what they would see down the microscope. Includes clinical correlations to make histology clinically relevant and much more interesting for students. Provides comprehensive captions telling students which structures they need to recognize and explaining the function of these structures. Provides unique "Lookalikes" feature, which allows students to test themselves by differentiating between similar looking tissues from different origins.
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Jeff Kerr's initial research training in developmental biology and experimental cytology was at Flinders University (Adelaide).This was followed by a PhDin reproductive biology at Monash University (Melbourne). As a CJ Martin research fellow of the NH & MRC of Australia, Jeff Kerr's postdoctoral research was at the MRC Reproductive Biology Unit in Edinburgh. Jeff Kerr served as adviser to WHO (Geneva) for six years and has authored over 100 scientific publications. He has taught anatomy, histology, cell biology and embryology in both the Medical and Science faculties at Monash for over 20 years. His main research interests are in testis and ovarian function with joint research programs with colleagues in Edinburgh, University of Cambridge, and AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals.Review:
"...a highly useful atlas for the more experienced and should figure in any library collection."
- The Royal College of Pathologists, September 2000 College Bulletin.
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Descrizione libro Mosby, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0723430721
Descrizione libro Mosby, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 1. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0723430721
Descrizione libro Mosby, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110723430721