Sphincters: Normal Function-Changes in Diseases
CRC Press, Apr 1, 1992 - Medical - 464 pages
Sphincters: Normal Function-Changes in Diseases is the first book devoted to sphincter function in health and disease. It provides basic information about the function of sphincters and their physiological controls, as well as a comprehensive examination of the various sphincters in the body. The book also presents the current understanding of disordered control of sphincter function in disease. Sphincters: Normal Function-Changes in Diseases is an important acquisition for scientists, physicians, and medical students interested in sphincter function and how to treat their disorders.
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