Target Organ Pathology: A Basic Text

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J. Turton, J. Hooson
CRC Press, Oct 6, 1997 - Medical - 490 pages
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The major organs of the body are targets for chemically-induced effects in animals and humans. This book reviews the mechanisms of these toxic effects and the structure/functional changes which occur in the target organ tissues as a result.
  

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Contents

The Integumentary System
1
The Gastrointestinal Tract and Exocrine Pancreas
29
The Digestive System II The Hepatobiliary System
61
The Urinary System
99
The Cardiovascular System
141
The Vascular System
158
The Haematopoietic System
177
The Immune System
207
The Nervous System
273
The Endocrine System
311
The Respiratory System
335
The Male Reproductive System
371
The Female Reproductive System
407
The Mammary Gland
429
Organs of Special Sense I The Eye
451
Organs of Special Sense II The Ear
467

The Musculoskeletal System
239
Bone Cartilage and Joints
254

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About the author (1997)

Turton is of the School of Pharmacy, University of London

Hoosen is of ITR Laboratories, Canada

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