Berne & Levy Principles of Physiology E-Book, 4th Edition
Here's a succinct, up-to-date summary of the physiological processes that take place in the human body, written in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner. Derived from Berne et al.'s more lengthy text, Physiology, 5th Edition, it concisely and efficiently covers all of the most need-to-know concepts in the field. Updates include discussions of how the most recent findings in molecular biology and genetics affect our knowledge of physiology. A wealth of case examples, full-color artwork, review questions with answers, and boxes, tables, and graphs help readers to easily and thoroughly master the material.
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- Incorporates a great deal of new information on how new discoveries in molecular biology and genetics affect our understanding of human physiology.
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- Provides shaded "clinical boxes" to demonstrate abstract concepts' relevance to human physiological phenomena.
- Offers case examples that show how physiological processes respond to various stimuli or to pathological processes.
- Delivers hundreds of full-color illustrations that make complex physiological principles easy to grasp quickly.
- Includes abundant graphs, figures, and tables that display information at a glance.
- Presents review questions and answers that allow readers to evaluate their comprehension.
By Matthew N. Levy, MD, Professor Emeritus, Physiology & Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; Bruce M. Koeppen, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine & Physiology, Dean Academic Affairs & Education, University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT and Bruce A. Stanton, PhD, Professor of Physiology, Department of Physiology, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH