Comments: Acceptable-It may contain highlighting/markings throughout, stickers on the covers, and the covers and corners may show shelf wear.Corners,pages may be dent.All text is legible.Do not include ACCESS CODE, CD-ROM or companion materials even if stated in item title. bB
This is an essential textbook for understanding human anatomy and physiology. Clear and concise text aids comprehension of key concepts and it includes great colour images and illustrations. This is an impressive college textbook guaranteeing a true grounding in the principles of anatomy and physiology with a focus on the unifying areas of form and function. Whether you buy or rent your anatomy textbooks we offer a huge selection of high quality cheap textbooks in great condition. In most cases your book will ship almost immediately.
Kenneth Saladin is the author of 'Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function', published 2011 under ISBN 9780073378251 and ISBN 0073378259.
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