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by Abraham L Kierszenbaum M.D. Ph.D.

  • ISBN: 0323045278
  • Category: Other
  • Author: Abraham L Kierszenbaum M.D. Ph.D.
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mosby; 2 edition (January 30, 2007)
  • Pages: 688 pages
  • FB2 size: 1110 kb
  • EPUB size: 1594 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 611
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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

A vivid, visual tour of a complex and fascinating subject! This book uses a wealth of vivid, full-color images―rather than dense text―to help you master all the histology and cell biology information you need to prepare for your course exams as well as the USMLE™ Step 1. Clinical correlations drive home the relevance of the material to clinical practice, and new Essential Concepts sections at the end of every chapter facilitate review. And now, online access via STUDENT CONSULT makes this an even more effective learning resource! First prize, Basic and Clinical Sciences category, BMA Awards 2007!Uses a unique pictorial approach, involving approximately 1,000 full-color illustrations, to make complex principles exceptionally easy to understand and remember. Correlates normal histology with cellular and molecular biology, pathology, and clinical medicine, continually demonstrating the clinical relevance of the material. Offers new Essential Concepts sections at the end of every chapter to make studying easier than ever.Includes STUDENT CONSULT access at no additional charge, enabling you to consult the book online, anywhere you go · perform quick searches · add your own notes and bookmarks · follow Integration Links to related bonus content from other STUDENT CONSULT titles―to help you see the connections between diverse disciplines · and more!
Reviews about Histology and Cell Biology: An Introduction to Pathology: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (7):
Arashigore
I'm a 4th year medical student who is going to be a pathology resident next year. I decided to pick up a histology textbook to do some light reading before my residency starts. I went on amazon and looked for the highest-rated histology text, which ended up being this book...

This book is written at the perfect level for medical students or beginning residents. It also includes copious information on cell biology, which helps you understand why cells look the way they do under a microscope! The pictures are extremely good quality and are a very useful supplement to the text.

Amazon lets you look inside books before purchasing them, so I recommend you do that and go through the first chapter or so. If you're looking for an excellent histology/cell biology book, look no further and pick up a copy :)
Light out of Fildon
I bought the Kindle for PC version of this text. If you are buying the Kindle version of this book, beware. The resolution of the images is such that you can not read the accompanying text (the text that is part of the image). The pictures themselves are difficult to view. As this is a histology textbook, this is a MAJOR PROBLEM. Frankly, I'm surprised they offer this text in this version.

I really am not sure why they include images that are not in the original form with the original quality. It makes a good portion of this text useless. I called support for Kindle for PC and there is no solution.

Happily, I can get this purchase refunded. However, I'll be desperately squinting until my test on Thursday, trying to get what I can from this. Not enough time to buy the hard copy at this point. My eyes hurt.
OCARO
Having taken this class with Dr. Kierszenbaum at his school, i know how much histology can focus on what seems like minute details, such as little blue and purple dots in microscopes. Fortunately. Dr. Kierszenbaum's textbook, which is being released in its second edition in January 2007, is filled with loads of great pictures. The text is decent, and at least for me, it took a long time just to get through a single chapter. Once that's done, though, the pictures are all you need for review. Although it depends on the style of your histology class, Dr. Kierszenbaum's book should be a good, colorful read for many students.
Gardagar
I think the 1-star eText review might have been for the 2nd Edition since the current eText has a 2012 publication date and is the 3rd edition. The illustrations are adequate and many do not get blurry untill I zoom in as far as the Kindle app allows on my New iPad. All illustration captions I've read are legible and I can zoom in on most diagrams...some I can spend quite some time studying as that much information can be presented with illustrations alone..

Comment about eText and eBook illustrations. It's always has been a juggling act when it comes to illustrating a book as there are concerns and trade offs as they can seriosly impact not just the size of the publication but also it's PRICE! Black and white or color? The other factor is size of the book (and for print copies, quality of paper). As is, for the eText it is 45 MB in size and that's a pretty hefty size for either an eText or eBook. While I'd love to have the original resolution images, assuming that there are higher resolution images available, all things considered, the publisher did a good job balancing all these factors and keeping this a relatively inexpensive eText.

As an eText this is one of the better ones out there. As a histology text with an emphasis on pathology it's excellent! If you're a picture caption reader then get ready to take some time as there are supposedly more than 1000 illustrations and I believe it. The level of detail is fascinating. If will be a main reference book on my shelves (virtual as they are) for a long time to come.
Wrathshaper
Definitely the IT book for histology. Can get a little wordy in certain sections but tells you everything you need to know, with a few clinical correlates mixed in. Nice foundation for pathology as well. I recommend it.
Tekasa
can't get enough of this book... seriously
Unsoo
I don't find this book very good at explaining the details of histology clearly and concisely. It's alright for the surface information, but for in depth explanations, I wouldn't recommend.
This book met all of my expectations. Both as a book itself and as it was delivered.

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