This textbook covers all the important aspects of the normal function of the digestive tract. It includes all essential information necessary for the understanding of malfunction and alterations caused by disease and also provides a background to the study of the abnormal functions encountered clinically. The tremendous progress in the fields of neural control mechanisms, specific transport processes, bile secretion and the properties of the bile duct, and the intestinal circulation have been incorporated. This book is designed to be of interest to preclinical medical and dental students, applied biology and zoology undergraduates and gastroenterologists.
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Paul Sanford, Professor of Physiology, King Saud University Medical College.Review:
'The author should be congratulated on producing a very readable text which will certainly be useful to the best medical students in any class as well as to physicians and surgeons specialising in gastroenterology and taking postgraduate examinations.' Medical Teacher
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Book Description Hodder Headline Group. Book Condition: New. pp. 256. Bookseller Inventory # 5771349