Krause's essential human histology for medical students
Krause, William J., II, 1942-
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The format of Essential Human Histology departs considerably from that of the usual presentations on human tissue/organ biology. This presentation was not designed as a formal textbook but as a tool solely for students and is designed for rapid student learning as well as rapid review in preparation for USMLE examinations. The narrative used was developed primarily around the second edition of “Essentials of Human Histology” and incorporates a series of lectures presented at the University of Missouri, School of Medicine. Essential Human Histology focuses the beginning student's attention on the most important aspects of this discipline which are presented as a series of learning units.
Pathology and Anatomical Sciences publications (MU)