Lecture Notes on Human Physiology, Fourth Edition

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John Bray
Wiley, May 12, 1999 - Medical - 610 pages
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This superb team of authors and editors provides a highly readable account of 'how the body works.' The book is structured around body systems and includes relevant diseases to illustrate the consequences of what happens when a part of a particular system fails. This book is aimed at students in biological sciences, medicine, dentistry, nutrition, pharmacy, physiotherapy and physical education.

The book focuses on the core information required by students but further information is provided in small print for the interested or the more advanced student.

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