This book taught me histology at the level my department needed it at. Generally their own published manuals were not enough. But Ross does an excellent job. The 37 best histology books, such as Histology, The Histology Handbook and 1. Book Cover of Michael H. Ross PhD, Wojciech Pawlina MD - Histology: A. Histology: A Text and Atlas by Michael H. Ross, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Histology: A Text and Atlas, with Correlated Cell and Molecular Biology, 6th Edition: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ronaldweinland.info by Michael H. Ross PhD (Author), Wojciech Pawlina MD (Author). out of 5 stars. Histology: A text and atlas [Michael H Ross] on ronaldweinland.info I would still recommend this book over the web alone because it explains what you're seeing in. It combines a detailed textbook that emphasizes clinical and functional correlates of histology with a beautifully illustrated atlas featuring full-color digital.
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The pics are awesome and very helpful. I wouldn't recommend it if you've never cracked open a bio or human bio book. It's got a ton of info, enough for a novice to get overwhelmed. I would have. I also recommend histology guide on the webs too. It's very handy and easy to use with this book. This plus Netter's 70 dollar Anatomy book and Costanzo's 45 dollar physiology is certainly doable, more thorough, and much cheaper. I bought this book a couple of months ago, but just got around to opening it up last night to study for a histology test.
I expected to find a slew of labelled photomicrographs to review, but this book is actually so much more! It is really an anatomy, physiology and histology text all in one - and it is done very very well. Each chapter covers the anatomy and physiology of the system or tissue in question extremely well.
The text gets right to the point, but is still very complete in its explanations. Within each paragraph, key words are bolded in red, so you can quickly find the exact topic you are interested in within a subject.
All topics are supplemented with fully labelled light and electron photomicrographs of each structure, tissue and cell. Illustrations also accompany a majority of the micrographs to clarify things.
All illustrations and micrographs are thoroughly labelled. The full-page color photomicrographs at the end of each chapter are fully labelled, but go even further than that with exact descriptions of each label on the opposing page. This is really amazing, because, for instance, on a slide of the kidney that I was studying, not only were the proximal and distal tubules and collecting ducts labelled, there were also accompanying descriptions on the opposing page as to why one was different from another in these very similar looking structures.
With labels alone I would have had a difficult time identifying these structures on my own slides, but with the added description accompanying each label as to why one was slightly different from another, I can now easily pick out the nuances of each that differentiate them.
An added plus are the clinical correlations several per chapter as well as online access to the book with a special "scratch-off" code inside the front cover. I also like that chapters have a color strip and subject title e.
Note that the book does have a soft cover, so if you are going to be carrying it around with you, you'll want to put a plastic laminate on it to protect it. The pages themselves are all in full-color on high quality, semi-gloss stock. Total pages are and the book itself is just a bit over 1 inch thick.
Overall, this is a really an amazing book! You could definitely use it as a basic physiology text in addition to being your histology reference source and learning guide. There are so many features in this book that have been well thought out that the authors and publishers really should be applauded for -- the in-text bolding of key words, the subject strips down the side of each page for easy thumbing, but especially for the excellent photomicrographs, labelling and explanations of each cell type and structure.
Well done and highly recommended! Nothing to dislike.
A LOT of information. Arrived in good shape on time. I have basically read almost the entire book. Love this book! Would give 5 vs 4 stars, but goodness takes time to read. In a way, of course, this just means the problem's entirely mine should be faster, better reader. As it is, though, prefer more pictures, including lots of photos, various magnifications. In short, great text -diminished a star by my personal limitations.
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A Text and Atlas: With Correlated Cell and Molecular Biology. Description Now it its revised, updated Sixth Edition, Histology: A Text and Atlas is the perfect text for medical, health professions, and undergraduate biology students. This best-selling combination text and atlas includes a detailed textbook description that emphasizes clinical and functional correlates of histology, fully supplemented by vividly informative illustrations and photographs.