Myology: Basic and Clinical, Volume 2
Andrew Engel, Betty Q. Banker
McGraw-Hill, 1986 - Muscles - 2186 pages
The most comprehensive reference on neuromuscular diseases and disorders! Edited by the world' s leading authority, this is the reference of choice for neurologists who a need a complete, authoritative work on muscle diseases and disorders. Features over 100 color illustrations of clinical, pathological, and imaging studies in myology. Includes important information on muscular dystrophy and inflammatory disease as well as a better understanding of mitochondrial diseases and the genetic basis of inherited diseases.
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Biochemistry of Muscle
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