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- DK Publishing 2003; US$ 10.99
Offering a new level of information through powerful visuals, the Eye Wonder reference series was specially developed for children readyfor their first books about the natural world. Full-color photography is matched with clearly written text to build a foundation for advanced exploration and help show children a stunning new view of the world. Open... more...
- DK Publishing 2010; US$ 50.00
We inhabit it, we are it, and we are surrounded by 6.8 billion examples of it on the planet - the human body. The Complete Human Body is the definitive guide to the development, form, function, and disorders of the human body, illustrated with unprecedented clarity by new computer-generated artworks and the latest medical and microscopic imaging. more...
- Elsevier Science 1977; US$ 72.95
Membrane Morphology of the Vertebrate Nervous System more...
- Springer 2007; US$ 199.00
How could a structure as complex as the vertebrate brain develop from the simplest multicellular animals? Natural selection offers an impeccable mechanism for the gradual transformation of species, but even Darwin sometimes expressed doubts about the origin of highly complex structures. Following an approach that has been termed developmental evolutionary... more...
- Charles C Thomas 1970; US$ 45.95
The widespread use of the Beagle dog as an experimental animal has created a need for a reference which focuses directly on the histologic characteristics of the dog as well as those characteristics which this species shares with other animals and man. The investigator will find that the plates of healthy, purebred Beagles of known ancestry, provides... more...
- Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 59.95
In the forensic context it is quite common for nonhuman bones to be confused with human remains and end up in the medical examiner or coroner system. It is also quite common for skeletal remains (both human and nonhuman) to be discovered in archaeological contexts. While the difference between human and nonhuman bones is often very striking, it can... more...
- Pharmaceutical Press 2012; US$ 43.74
A well-established undergraduate textbook covering the diagnosis and management of the illnesses and diseases frequently encountered in community pharmacy practice. It aids the pharmacist in differentiating between minor illnesses which can be safely managed in the pharmacy and major diseases that require referral to a medical practitioner. more...
- Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 29.95
Integrative Anatomy and Pathophysiology in Traditional Chinese Medicine Cardiology covers the structure, function, and pathology of the cardiovascular system from the TCM and western medical perspectives. It focuses specifically on western medicine anatomy and pathophysiology, along with TCM aspects of essence, qi, blood and body fluid concepts,... more...
- Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 39.95
This original six chapter book will briefly review and integrate the basic concepts behind water distribution and movement in the body. This fills a knowledge gap that most medical and undergraduate physiology students acquire when these topics are studied separately. As of now, there is no textbook that fully integrates renal, cardiovascular and... more...
- Kugler Publications 1998; US$ 37.80
PrefaceUp to now, it was generally believed that the destruction of any part of the membranous labyrinth invariably led to complete hearing loss. This concept is no longer accurate!It became apparent that the inner ear was compartmentalized into a cochlea and a vestibule, separated from each other by two valves. Each compartment with its own morphology,... more...