Atlas of descriptive histology
Sinauer Associates, Incorporated, 2009 - Medical - 367 pages
A classic lab tool, Ross et al.s' Atlas of Descriptive Histology is the most comprehensive book of its kind, covering all human tissues and organs through carefully annotated, high-quality micrographs. By showing the same area at increasing magnifications, the book provides students with an experience similar to that of using an actual microscope.
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