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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Cengage Learning
David F. Mullins
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science is a comprehensive book for the study of pathology and microbiology written for mortuary science students, as a resource for educators, and as a reference for funeral directors and embalmers. The book is designed around the current American Board of Funeral Service Education's Curriculum Outlines for pathology and microbiology. Quick reference appendices provide a review of pertinent anatomy and physiology. Case studies in chapters that discuss specific diseases allow learners to review the postmortem condition of human remains in relation to the disease.David F. Mullins is the author of 'Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science', published 2005 under ISBN 9781401825195 and ISBN 1401825192.
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