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Elsevier/Churchill Livingstone, 2005 - Medical - 81 pages
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Part of the Illustrated Colour Text series, Embryology presents core information on human embryology. The concise text and clear diagrams help to explain complex processes and concepts, and key points boxes aid retention of the most important facts. The science is linked to clinical medicine with clinical boxes. Highlighting relevant medical conditions, and a glossary helps to demystify embryological terms.

  • Text in concise ICT style so core information on embryology can be quickly recognised and digested.
  • Clear full colour diagrams and pictures make the embryological concepts clear and easily assimilated.
  • Clinical boxes make the the nub of what most medical students need to know, clinical relevance behind the science, immediately apparent.

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Barry Mitchell is an emeritus professor at De Montdort University, Leicester.

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