This two volume set is a complete guide to medical physiology for undergraduate medical students.
Beginning with a general overview of the subject the following chapters each provide in depth discussion on the physiology of each anatomical system. Each section covers both clinical and applied physiology with topics enhanced by numerous photographs and diagrams.
The book features the following invaluable learning tools:
Learning objective – defined at the start of each chapter
Application boxes – key points of applied physiology highlighted in green boxes
Clinical boxes – core concepts of related diseases and patient management highlighted in pink boxes
Important notes – miscellaneous information that may be asked in viva voce examinations
Chapter summary – each chapter ends with a two-part summary outlining key concepts of the topic and listing possible long and short questions, and viva questions that may be asked in examinations
‘Scientist contributed’ boxes – explain historical links – highlighted in orange boxes