Memmler's The human body in health & disease

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jan 15, 2000 - Medical - 519 pages
The Ninth Edition of this best-selling text stands up to its excellent reputation. Built on the strong features of previous editions, the new edition uses a systemic approach to normal and abnormal anatomy and physiology, basic microbiology, and chemistry. Written in a clear, concise style, the entire text has been updated, especially information regarding clinical advances. Information on aging and its effects on each body system has also been included. Most of the artwork has been revised for clarity and labeling has been enhanced; many new illustrations have been added and information is presented in smaller segments to make it easily digestible.

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This study guide assists the beginning students to learn basic information required in the health occupations. It is most effective when used with The Human Body in Health and Disease, but may also be used to supplement other textbooks on basic anatomy and physiology. Read full review

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User Review  - CenterPointMN - LibraryThing

This study guide assists the beginning students to learn basic information required in the health occupations. It is most effective when used with The Human Body in Health and Disease, but may also be used to supplement other textbooks on basic anatomy and physiology. Read full review

Contents

Chemistry Matter and Life
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Special Interest Boxes
38
li Diserse rno the Fihst Line of Defense
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