Clinically Integrated Histology

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Lippincott-Raven, 1998 - Medical - 317 pages
Written by the author of the classic medical student text Essential Histology, this volume uses a case study format to help students relate histology to clinical medicine. Each chapter focuses on an organ system and begins with clinical case histories, illustrations of biopsied tissues, and challenging questions about the tissues and medical conditions. Dr. Cormack then delineates the medically relevant histologic features of the tissues that comprise the organ system. At the end of the chapter are discussions of the cases and thoroughly explained answers to the questions. More than 300 photomicrographs and line drawings, including 162 in full color, complement the text.Clinically Integrated Histology is an ideal guide for problem-based learning or other forms of self-directed learning. It is also valuable when used in conjunction with Essential Histology to focus students' attention on the clinically important concepts emphasized on exams.

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