Physiology: PreTest Self-assessment and Review
James P. Ryan, Ronald Franklin Tuma
McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Science - 291 pages
Examination review for medical students. Includes 500 questions with answers in the new USMLE-style format, paragraph-length explanations, a new chapter on high-yield facts, and a complete bibliography.
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