Introduction to Human Disease

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Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1987 - Allied health personnel - 631 pages
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The new edition of the this popular pathology text is readable and concise, yet contains all the in-depth information that students need. The fourth edition contains new information on the nervous system, infectious diseases, mental illness, muscle and nerves, the breast, and vascular disease. Each chapter contains introductory and review material followed by the most frequent and serious problems, symptoms/signs and tests, specific diseases, and review questions. Pharmacy students, physical therapy students, nursing students, and other allied health students.

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Contents

BASIC DISEASE PROCESSES
35
MAJOR ORGANRELATED
119
Vascular System
145
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