By Stefan Silbernagl
Concise and choked with instructive element, the second one version of this
bestselling full-color atlas is the proper selection for college students. It contains the
latest clinical wisdom approximately molecular and genetic explanations of disorder and
promising new therapies.
Each two-page colour unfold exhibits the causal
relationships among disturbances of physiologic strategies and explains the
resulting malfunction and sickness. colour illustrations hold the reader via
sections on temperature and effort, blood, breathing, the kidney, the
digestive procedure, the center and circulate, metabolism, hormones, and the
neuromuscular and sensory process. in the course of the e-book, the authors offer short
informational nuggets that overview simple body structure.
Features of the second one edition:
- New and well timed info on grownup respiration
misery syndrome, hyperoxia, oxidative rigidity, polycystic kidney disorder,
persistent inflammatory bowel affliction, metabolic syndrome, copper metabolism and
Wilson's illness, and disproteinemas
- 190 full-color illustrations - in actual fact prepared and
systematically color-coded - that make clear advanced relationships
- Thorough assurance of abnormalities of intercellular
sign transmission, getting older and existence expectancy, pathophysiology of bone, and
middle failure, and extra
- Highlighting of keywords and paragraphs for simple
The moment version of Color Atlas of Pathophysiology is an important
companion for college kids in the course of their scientific reports, either as a examine device and
as a key reference. It additionally serves as a convenient refresher for clinicians and allied future health professionals.
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