Deja Review Histology & Cell Biology

Jae W. Song

Collana: Deja Review
Anno: 2010
Rilegatura: Paperback / softback
Pagine: 300 p.
Testo in English
Dimensioni: 229 x 152 mm
Peso: 431 gr.
  • EAN: 9780071627269
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Maximum retention in minimum time! These "flashcards in a book" help you remember high-yield facts in the least amount of time possible "This is a wonderful book for students of medicine and the life sciences. The authors combine traditional topics in histology with core concepts in cell biology and medical physiology. The book is well organized and well written. This is the body of information that students of microscopic anatomy need to know to understand the foundations of clinical medicine and to succeed on future licensing examinations. 3 Stars."--Doody's Review Service Drawn from the perspectives of recent graduates fresh from their medical school and USMLE experience, Deja Review books focus specifically on what is essential for success on your course exams and the USMLE. Features: Active recall Q&As facilitate real learning, not just memorization Vignettes at the end of each chapter put the material in clinical context Mnemonics and key words help you focus on core facts Content works in conjunction with larger course books Portable size makes them great for study on the go Everything you must know about Histology and Cell Biology to ace your exams: Connective Tissue, Bones and Cartilage, Blood, Muscle, Nervous System, Cardiovascular and Lymphatics, Respiratory System, Endocrine, Skin and Glands, Digestive System, Hepatobiliary System, Urinary System, Female Reproductive System, Male Reproductive System, Senses Cell Membrane Cell Nucleus Genes to Proteins Molecular Biology Techniques Organelles Vesicle Transport Cell Cycle Division Extracellular Matrix and Cell to Cell Interactions Cell Receptors and Signalling Pathways