Atlas of Descriptive Histology

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Sinauer Associates, 2009 - Science - 367 pages
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The Atlas of Descriptive Histology is the most comprehensive histology atlas available. It covers all tissues and organs, each subject prefaced by introductory boxed text. Full-color high-resolution micrographs, gathered from colleagues both domestic and international, provide superb image quality. By showing images of the same area at successively increasing magnifications, the book provides students with an experience similar to that they would get from an actual microscope. Careful descriptions of each micrograph include those details a student should be able to recognize.

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MICHAEL H. ROSS, Ph.D., University of Florida, USA.  
WOJCIECH PAWLINA, M.D. is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Anatomy at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, USA.

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