This book provides a current and concise overview of mammalian and human physiology. Examples from clinical medicine have been integrated throughout the chapters to illuminate important physiologic concepts. The book includes more than 700 attractive and informative illustrations. A valuable self-study guide, which features content summaries, objectives, essay questions, and multiple-choice questions, is provided at the end of the book and is an excellent tool for students when reviewing for the USMLE and other examinations.
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CHOSEN AS THE LEADING PHYSIOLOGY REVIEW BY STUDENTS WORLDWIDE
*The most comprehensive and up-to-date review of mammalian and human physiology
*Examples from clinical medicine integrated throughout each chapter connect science with practice and illuminate important physiologic concepts
*New and expanded coverage of vascular smooth muscle, gene expression, genetic basis of various diseases, obesity, regulation of insulin secretion, dyslexia, circadian rhythms, exercise tolerance, and more
*Self-study section with 630 multiple choice questions – ideal for self-assessment and USMLE Step 1 review
*More than 700 attractive and informative illustrations
*Currently translated into 18 languages and endorsed by students and instructors around the world
This international bestseller is acclaimed for its readability, reliability, and depth of coverage.
“A brilliant book ... Ganong's Review of Medical Physiology is an absolute marvel of brevity and conciseness ... as up-to-date as it is possible [to be] in a textbook and faultlessly organized.”*
“The Gold Standard for a proper USMLE Step 1 review! For Step 1, I memorized this book.”*
*Online readers’ reviews of the Twentieth EditionAbout the Author:
William F. Ganong, MD (University of California, San Francisco)
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Book Description McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110071402365