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Author: E. Robert Burns PhD,M. Donald Cave PhD
ISBN: 0323008348
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Pages 324 pages
Publisher Mosby; 1 edition (May 15, 2002)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.3
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eBook Histology and Cell Biology (Book with CD-ROM) download

by E. Robert Burns PhD,M. Donald Cave PhD


Histology and Cell Biology. by M. Donald Cave and E. Robert Burns.

Histology and Cell Biology.

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Clinical information is integrated throughout whenever possible, and a CD-ROM with 500 questions, answers, and rationales is included with each book. Format Paperback 336 pages.

Histology And Cell Biology book. Histology and Cell Biology (Book with CD-ROM). 0323008348 (ISBN13: 9780323008341).

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by E. ISBN-13: 978-0323044257. I enjoy the book myself as it's a great reference to have if interested in this area.

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The Histology Handbook is a clear, concise reference book that will provide the user with the information and understanding to assist in the .

The Histology Handbook is a clear, concise reference book that will provide the user with the information and understanding to assist in the performance and troubleshooting of histology related tasks and help us all succeed in our common pursuit of the perfect slide. The book contains both basic information to facilitate the understanding of staining theory, as well as specific procedures that can be utilized in the histology laboratory.

The book is concise and well illustrated, with line drawings and electron micrographs

The book is concise and well illustrated, with line drawings and electron micrographs. A USMLE format comprehensive examination, which contains 500 questions, is at the end of the book.

Donald Cave PhD. Published by Mosby, 2005

Donald Cave PhD. Published by Mosby, 2005.

Part of Mosby's Rapid Review series, Rapid Review Histology and Cell Biology provides essential, need-to-know material for both course study and USMLE preparation. Every book in the Rapid Review series presents information in an easy-to-read outline format that combines concise content with explanatory illustrations and Board-style questions. Clinical information is integrated throughout whenever possible, and a CD-ROM with 500 questions, answers, and rationales is included with each book.Two Board-style exams with questions and rationales are included in the book.A CD-ROM with 500 questions, answers, and rationales for all possible answers. The CD also contains a quizzing function that allows students to see their scores at the end of the tests.Engaging, two-color design.High yield information is printed as a sidebar in the margins and contains must-know concepts ― including a brief description, clinical concepts, and mnemonics.Clinical information is integrated throughout whenever possible.
thrust
Hello I am A Physician from South America, this book is excellent for USMLE step 1, it has great images and is well organized...
Micelhorav
I am a second year medical student. I disagree with the previous poster. This book is incredibly well written and clinically relevant, especially to the USMLE. This book integrates alot of the molecular biology that is showing up frequently on the usmle. If you like the style of the rapid review series...this will fit you.

And to the previous poster, ideally we would all be using "TEXTS" to study for the usmle. You can't compare review books with major texts.