Multiple Choice Questions in Physiology
A useful guide intended to cater to the ever-growing need of the medical students for understanding physiology and covers the enormous syllabus of physiology in a quick review. It is difficult to catch up with the enormously expanding field of physiology. The students who are reviewing or studying physiology for medical examination and other paramedical courses will find this book useful. The questions are prepared to give best satisfaction to teachers and students. The book covers all the necessary aspects of physiology in touch with evolution, cell and genetics. The book offers a thousand multiple-choice questions (MCQ) incorporating the concepts and principles involved in physiology. the questions and answers have been prepared after consulting various standard textbooks of physiology. The topics range from evolution, cell histology and genetics to all seven organ systems of the human body.
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