The purpose of this book is twofold: The concise presentation in outline format enables the student initially to gain an overview of histology and later to review the discipline. This is particularly important in today's biomedical curriculum because of the reduction in time devoted to basic sciences and the dispersal of specific disciplinary materials into evolving, nontraditional curricula. Second, the inclusion of approximately 300 study questions, and integration of their answers with the text, enables the student to review histology, in a timely and efficient manner, in the context of licensing and other comprehensive examinations.Damaged cardiac muscle is always replaced by scar tissue. Myocardial infarctions thus produce permanent loss of myocardium. C. | Smooth muscle cells are capable of dividing to maintain or increase their number. 1. Repair. In response toanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ray C. Henrikson, Joseph E. Mazurkiewicz|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1997|