Adler's Physiology of the Eye: Clinical Application
William M. Hart
Mosby Year Book, 1992 - Medical - 888 pages
This new reference covers dietary aspects of disease prevention, nutritional support of hospitalized patients, basic information on nutrient functions, and nutritional needs throughout life. It offers rapid access to key information through a disease-oriented approach, detailed table of contents, comprehensive index and numerous tables. This edition contains new chapters on AIDS, transplantation, and disease prevention and health promotion. Revisions include current RDA updates, and expanded chapters on childhood and adolescence, aging, gastrointestinal conditions, obesity, cardiovascular disease and metabolic bone disease.
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