qFor this Second Edition many of the chapters have been updated, especially the chapters on immunology, basic microbiology, the endocrine and locomotor systems and the breast. An attempt has been made throughout to indicate the clinical relevance of the facts and the reason for learning them. There are several new contributors to the author team, all of whom are experts in their field and many of them are or have been, experienced examiners at the various UK Royal Colleges.q qAlthough this book has been written to encompass the basic anatomy, physiology and pathology required by the syllabus of the UK Royal Colleges and the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Project, it contains the necessary information required for equivalent international examinations and assessments.q--BOOK JACKET.In the fasting state, pressure in the bile duct is 5a10 cm of water, and bile produced by the liver is diverted into the gall bladder. After a ... The total pool of bile salts is recycled as many as 6a8 times per day. ... Also under the effect of secretin, the volume flow of bile increases, but the content of bile acids does not increaseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Applied Basic Science for Basic Surgical Training|
|Author||:||Andrew T. Raftery|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2008|