A new Secrets book perfectly tailored to today's curriculum. All major topics in General and Systemic Pathology are presented in the method currently used for teaching Pathology to medical students. Questions in the format of the highly popular Secrets Series® discuss each condition (hyperplasia, hypertrophy, etc.) in terms of pathology, etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical significance. Perfect for course work, exam preparation, or as a clinical refresher.
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GENERAL PATHOLOGY 1 Cell Pathology
Inflammation and Repair
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