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"The book provides an integrated view of bodily function at all levels, with special attention given to essential aspects and difficult concepts in physiology. Numerous detailed illustrations address different learning styles and increase understanding. In line with these objectives, the book will contribute significantly to successful learning when used with other sources of information or instruction, and will serve as a handy resource for students in their physiology courses and beyond.
This book presents the information extremely well. It complements existing textbooks (e.g., Human Anatomy and Physiology, 8th edition, Marieb et al. (Pearson, 2010); Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach, 5th edition, Silverthorn (Pearson, 2010)), but also expands on the information and contributes to understanding by providing exceptional illustrations and detail. Images from this book would be useful in instruction and in self-study, increasing comprehension and success for students who learn more effectively through different modalities.Weighted Numerical Score: 94 - 4 Stars!" -- Kristin L. Gosselink, PhD(University of Texas at El Paso), Doody’s Review
This book explains everything so perfectly. The book flows and the images really help me understand. I recommend this to any medical student.Published 9 months ago by wfarmer
Very nice written and a lot of pictures to help you while you read. I definitely recommend this book for those who want the essentials and skip too many details some physiology... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Eleftheriadis Nikolaos
The book arrived as described and seems to work out well with the material being used and described. Certainly a good book for my advanced physiology class.Published on August 30, 2013 by t
Wonderful diagrams and explanations to supplement anther text. This offers great information on some of the more complex systems of the body. Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by k
The pictures were good but the text was way too light for med school, I had to get another physiology book so I could understand several of the core concepts. Read morePublished on September 17, 2010 by Christopher D. Rice