An Introduction To Human Disease, Seventh Edition, Continues To Give Students A Clear, Well-Illustrated, Easy-To-Understand Explanation Of The Structural And Functional Change Associated With Disease. This Text Also Indicates How The Disturbances Cause The Clinical Manifestations Of Various Diseases And Guide Treatment. The Seventh Edition Of This Best-Selling Text Has Been Fully Updated To Include The Latest Disease Information And The Most Current Approaches To Treatment.
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Intended for nursing students, this textbook characterizes the structural and functional changes caused by disease in tissues and organs as a basis for understanding the clinical manifestations and principles of treatment. Cowley (laboratory medicine, University of Minnesota) describes the organization and function of cells, the immune system, pathogenic microorganisms and parasites, the coagulation of blood, and diseases of each primary body system. The sixth edition updates the material on PET scans, the human genome project, tumors, and HIV transmission. Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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