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by Abraham L Kierszenbaum M.D. Ph.D.
It brings together cell biology, histology and pathophysiology with some clinical correlations.
It brings together cell biology, histology and pathophysiology with some clinical correlations. The diagrams are vivid, colourful and complement the informative and comprehensive text. Kierszenbaum has not only succeeded in providing a valuable educational resource but has also raised the standard with regard to the use of graphics and photomicrographs within medical texts.
Part I Basic Tissues and Integrated Cell Biology. Chapter 1 Epithelium.
Authors: Abraham Kierszenbaum Laura Tres. eBook ISBN: 9780323085885. eBook ISBN: 9781455753437. Integrate cell biology and histology with pathology thanks to vivid descriptive illustrations that compare micrographs with diagrams and pathological images. Part I Basic Tissues and Integrated Cell Biology. Chapter 2 Epithelial Glands. Chapter 3 Cell Signaling. Chapter 4 Connective Tissue. Chapter 5 Osteogenesis.
Abraham L. Kierszenbaum. This concise, expertly illustrated textbook of histology and cell biology introduces the study of pathology through an examination of altered cell and tissue function. In addition to its clinical orientation and excellent art program, this unique text includes student-friendly Learning Objectives, summary tables, and boxes.
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Thanks a lot to you and to the author for his effort. Great book for histology class. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. The pictures were the selling point in this book. It did go a little too far in depth for my histology class at the time, talking about subunit x of protein y connects to this subunit in this way. However, it became more useful when I got to phys and path