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Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Robin A. Cooke(Author) Brian Stewart(Author)

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The second edition of the Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology by Cooke and Stewart is fully revised and updated, featuring over 20 per cent more superb quality full-colour illustrations of unfixed pathological specimens combined with expanded explanatory captions, providing an unrivalled reference for medical undergraduates and trainees in surgery and pathology. The Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology opens the door to a vast array of specimens, equal to the very best museum collections. Students working with this text can quickly and effectively prepare for "spot" examinations and can learn to interpret a wide range of pathological specimens which might otherwise be unavailable for study.
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  • By Angela on 16 September 2014

    I would definitely recommend this book if like me you have an interest in this sort of thing, I read the book in a day and was compelled to keep reading, some of the book I thoroughly enjoyed, other parts I found irrelevant, whole chapters dedicated to the authors personal life and trips out to the rugby didn't really do it for me if I'm honest but everything I read of her time in the mortuary was fascinating. I must admit I cringed reading parts as I would have thought being non judgmental would be quite a crucial part of working within this field. All in all I did enjoy most of the book just a shame that for me the personal stuff let it down.

  • By Anna Žlabová on 28 November 2012

    Very good for beginner pathologists! Many pictures, good description. Even if an old version, it's still actual and therefore price is lower.

  • By Dessie on 25 October 2014

    good book for the price

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