General and Systematic Pathology
James Cressee Elphinstone Underwood
Churchill Livingstone, Jan 1, 1996 - Pathology - 941 pages
General and Systematic Pathology is a highly praised new textbook, written and designed for students of medicine and related health science subjects, which presents pathology in the context of modern cellular biology and clinical practice. The structure of the book adopts the long-established practice of dealing with the principles of pathology and the mechanisms of disease before covering systematic pathology. The book comprehensively covers all major pathological disease processes.
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History of pathology 4 Learning pathology
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Introduction to pathology 3 13 Cardiovascular system
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