- Coetzee HL, Meiring JH, Loots GP
- ISBN: 9780627025624
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 428 Pages | Published: 2003
In this publication, description of the basic histology tissues is followed by a description of the histology of the different organs and systems in the human.
The subject contents is presented on a relevant clinical level, and students in both medicine and dentistry, as well as related health professions, such as nursing, occupational therapy and physiotherapy, will find it simple and meaningful.
The terminology used in the publication correlates with the writing style used as standard in English medical, dental and health care science' schools.
PART I INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGY
Chapter 1 Introduction
PART II THE STUDY OF TISSUES
Chapter 2 Epithelial tissue
Chapter 3 Connective tissue
Chapter 4 Cartilage
Chapter 5 Bone
Chapter 6 Blood cells
Chapter 7 Haematopoietic tissue
Chapter 8 Muscle tissue
Chapter 9 Nervous tissue
PART III FROM TISSUES TO ORGANS AND SYSTEMS
Chapter 10 Nervous system
Chapter 11 The eye
Chapter 12 The ear
Chapter 13 The skin
Chapter 14 Circulatory system
Chapter 15 Lymphatic system
Chapter 16 Digestive system
Chapter 17 Respiratory system
Chapter 18 Urinary system
Chapter 19 Male reproductive system
Chapter 20 Female reproductive system
Chapter 21 Endocrine system
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