Color atlas of basic histology

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Appleton & Lange, 1998 - Medical - 356 pages
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This unique atlas provides students with a simple, concise, and convenient source of morphologic information for use in the identification of tissues and organs in histology laboratories. Full-color, oversized photomicrographs depict essential morphologic characteristics of tissues and organs that students need to be able to recognize. This atlas delivers high-quality pictures and brief explanatory captions, allowing students to concentrate on the images without extraneous text. This is an ideal stand-alone reference, and the perfect complement to any standard histology text including Basic Histology by Junqueira et al.

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