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This unique atlas provides students with a simple, concise, and convenient source of morphologic information for use in the identification of tissues and organs in histology laboratories. Full-color, oversized photomicrographs depict essential morphologic characteristics of tissues and organs that students need to be able to recognize. This atlas delivers high-quality pictures and brief explanatory captions, allowing students to concentrate on the images without extraneous text. This is an ideal stand-alone reference, and the perfect complement to any standard histology text including Basic Histology by Junqueira et al.
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“Impressive ... the excellent colour figures strike one immediately upon opening the book, and the quality of the pictorial information presented, with clear labeling, cannot be denied.”*
“This [histology atlas] has the best photographs of all I saw. They are untouched by any artwork like other atlases. They are the real thing, which I think is important for future practice and with the microscope.”*
--medical student online review
“The author intended to provide a high quality visual atlas of histology. His objectives are worthy, and he succeeded handsomely. ... Most of the plates are larger than is typical of other photographic atlases, making it more useful than its competitors.”*
*on the second edition
Offering an outstanding selection of histologic photomicrographs. Color Atlas of Basic Histology presents the essence of histology—the cellular structure of organ systems and tissues—in a concise, visual format.
*Includes 500 full-color, oversized photomicrographs accompanied by clear explanations that identify key morphologic features of specific tissues
*Self-assessment chapter includes over 60 test photomicrographs to help students identify tissues and organs with similar morphologic features
*Ideal resource for use in the histology laboratory
*Excellent study and review tool for course exams and the USMLE
*Unique chapter on the identification of bone marrow cells describes the major morphologic changes that occur during development of the erythroid and myeloid cell series
THE MOST ACCESSIBLE COLOR ATLAS OF MORPHOLOGIC INFORMATION FOR USE IN IDENTIFYING TISSUES AND ORGANSAbout the Author:
Irwin Berman, PhD (University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida)
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies. SPIRAL-BOUND. Condition: New. 0838514359 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.3035833
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0838514359