Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The Seventh Edition of this text and atlas combines traditional topics with modern research to provide medical, dental, allied health, and biology students with a concise review of all of the major tissue classes and body systems.
This best-selling atlas provides medical, dental, allied health, and biology students with an outstanding collection of histology images for all of the major tissue classes and body systems. This is a concise lab atlas with relevant text and consistent format presentation of photomicrograph plates. With a handy spiral binding that allows ease of use, it features a full-color art program comprising over 500 high-quality photomicrographs, scanning electron micrographs, and drawings. Didactic text in each chapter includes an Introduction, Clinical Correlations, Overview, and Chapter Summary.
With hundreds of color photomicrographs and illustrations, this atlas covers the cell, epithelium and glands, connective tissues, cartilage and bone, blood and hemopoiesis, muscle, nervous tissue, the circulatory system, lymphoid tissue, the endocrine system, integument, respiratory system, digestive and urinary systems, male and female reproductive systems and the eye and ear. Each chapter includes a short introduction and essential concepts, histopathology, and clinical considerations. All the illustrations have been reshot in digital format for this edition, and the CD-ROM included is interactive and contains all the photomicrographs in the text. Annotation : 2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
This atlas provides undergraduate medical students with an understanding of the histological structures of various tissues and functional correlation. Beginning with an introduction to histology, microscopy and tissue preparation for microscopy, the following chapters illustrate histological aspects of different tissues (epithelial, connective, muscular and nervous), in different systems of the body. Each chapter concludes with a table summarising the microscopic structure of organs in the relevant system, and their function. The final chapter presents sample histology slides to enhance learning. Highly illustrated with nearly 340 clinical images and tables, the book also includes multiple choice and descriptive questions to assist revision. Key points Provides undergraduate medical students with an understanding of histological structures and functions of tissues Covers all different tissue types in various systems of the body Includes sample histology slides to enhance learning Multiple choice and descriptive questions assist revision
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.
This work presents a collection of illustrations and an accompanying text, covering every aspect of oral anatomy. It discusses gross anatomy, radiology, histology, embryology, occlusion and aspects of comparative anatomy.
Color Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Histology serves as a comprehensive atlas of the developmental histology of the major organs from 15 weeks gestation to the neonatal period. Each section includes text on basic embryologic processes that influence the development of each organ and highlight major histologic features that correspond with certain developmental periods. In addition, there are many color photomicrographs at key developmental stages to assist the reader in identifying appropriate histologic changes at each developmental stage. This book will be of great value to students of embryology, pathology residents and fellows, and attending pathologists who perform fetal autopsies.