Human Reproduction at a Glance is designed to be a concise, readily accessible guide and revision aid for undergraduate medical students. Following the now familiar, easy-to-use format, each topic is presented as a double-page spread with key facts accompanied by clear, but informative line diagrams illustrating the essential points. Human Reproduction at a Glance explores the breadth of human reproductive biology and pathophysiology in 42 separate sections, giving the student the basic science required to understand the disorders they will encounter during a clinical OBGYN rotation. Divided into 2 parts: Normal Human Reproduction and Human Reproductive Disorders, the book takes an integrated approach throughout, emphasizing the relationship between normal and abnormal reproductive function and disease. Designed to be versatile, Human Reproduction At A Glance fits the reading time and budget of all medical students and can be used either for primary or supplementary reading in a lecture-based course or for exam preparation.
|Title||:||Human Reproduction at a Glance|
|Author||:||Linda J. Heffner|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Blackwell - 2001-06-18|