Pathophysiology of Disease : An Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Fifth Edition: An Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Fifth Edition
Mcgraw-hill, Nov 4, 2005 - Medical - 784 pages
Now in its Fifth Edition, this trusted guide provides medical students with the link between basic science and clinical medicine. This concise text covers all the essentials in pathophysiology and 89 case studies allow students to apply their knowledge to actual clinical situations.
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