Vander's Renal Physiology, 6/E

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McGraw-Hill, Apr 22, 2004 - Medical - 215 pages
2 Reviews
This concise overview of renal physiology introduces basic science principles and their relevance in the clinical expression of disease. Each chapter incorporates a wealth of pedagogical aids including: study questions, learning objectives, and clinical examples. Also serves as a good review for the USMLE Step 1.

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User Review  - Kristy - Goodreads

Going through this one a second time. Amazing how most people admitted to the hospital are in acute renal failure...oh, how Vander explores the wonder of pee making. I can only hope round 2 is exciting as the first time I read it. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

This book saved my butt during the renal physiology portion of the first year of med school. Concisely readable and eminently understandable. Read full review

Contents

Chapter
2
Osmotic Gradient
90
Regulation
97
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Douglas C. Eaton, Ph.D.: Distinguished Professor, Department of Physiology; and Director, Center for Cell and Molecular Signaling, Emory University Medical School, Atlanta John Pooler, Ph.D.: Associate Professor of Physiology, Department of Physiology, Emory University Medical School, Atlanta

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