Histology at a Glance
This brand new title provides a highly illustrated and unambiguous introduction to the science, structure and function of cells, their related pathology, and in particular, helps readers master the basic principles of recognizing features of histological sections.
Histology at a Glance:
Histology at a Glance is the perfect guide for medical, dentistry and biomedical science students, junior doctors, and is ideal for independent learning programmes in histology.
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Sectioning and preparing tissue for staining
The light microscope
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