Autor : Mescher. Anthony
Materia : Histología
Editorial : McGraw-Hill
Año : 2016
Edición : 14th
Idioma : Inglés
ISBN : 9780071842709
Tamaño : 27.5cm x 21.5cm
Paginas : 560
Encuadernación : Pasta blanda
Tipo de Impresión : A color
JUNQUEIRA´S BASIC HISTOLOGY TEXT AND ATLAS
The acclaimed, landmark guide to histology – authoritative, beautifully illustrated, an completely updated.
Over four decades, Junqueira´s Basic Histology has built a global reputation as the histology text that the medical field turns to first. No other resource explains the function of cell and tissue structure in the human body like this state-of-the-art text and atlas.
Enhanced with hundreds of mostly full-color ilustrations, the Fourteenth Edition reflects the most comprehensive, modern approach to understanding medical histology available – one that focuses on the cytoplasmic and nuclear structure of the cell, the four basic tissues that from the organs, and each of the body´s organ systems.
Page after page, Junqueira´s sets the standard with full-color micrographs that comprise a complete atlas of human tissues and organs. These laser-precise micrographs highlight the salient features of every tissue and organ in the body, while the full-color drawings provide just the right level of detail necessary to clarify the text and make learning easier.
New chapter-ending, multiple-choice Self-Test Questions test your comprehension and knowledge of important chapter material.
New clinical vignettes have been added to each chapter, bringing key histology concepts of life.
Book images and tables available to instructors.
Study-accelerating pedagogy include Summary of Key Points and Summary Tables That help you identify and retain the most essential topics in each chapter.
Streamlined page desing with more numerous, shorter paragraphs emphasize the medical application and fundamental relevance of the material learned.
Outstanding art program features many updated electron and light micrographs, forming a one-stop visual atlas of cell, tissue, and organ structures.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology. Indiana University School of Medicine Bloomington, Indiana.