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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
McPhee, Stephen J., Ganong, William F., Lingappa, Vishwanath R.
"Pathophysiology at its BEST. This incredible blend of physiological and pathological concepts beautifully integrates the two subjects ... highlights important concepts in student-friendly ways ... excellent for review and preparing for exams."-- medical student reviewThe perfect bridge from basic sciences into clinical sciences, this unique volume introduces disease as disorder in body systems and functions. Pathophysiology of Disease focuses on 100 diseases commonly encountered in everyday practice. Each chapter describes normal structure and function of a major organ or system, and contrasts disease pathology and disordered physiology, including the roles of genetics, immunology, and infection. Underlying disease mechanisms are revealed, including the creation of signs and symptoms seen in common presentations-and the way disease mechanisms themselves determine which treatments will be effective.Features* Organized by body systems and organs* Over 80 clinical case studies-50 new to this edition* Q&As for self-assessment throughout each chapter* Generously illustrated with more than 300 tables, charts, photos, and drawings* New sections on neoplasia and rheumatic diseases* Covers normal structure and function, pathology and disordered physiology, resultant signs and symptoms, and "whys" of treatments* Great study aid for boards and examsMcPhee, Stephen J. is the author of 'Pathophysiology of Disease An Introduction to Clinical Medicine', published 2002 under ISBN 9780071387644 and ISBN 0071387641.
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