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Wonderful for CRNA school April 2, 2011
I bought this used textbook for my class, we used the Guyton textbook for a sizable portion of A&P and this review textbook correlates well with the text. It's most helpful to help make sure you actually understand concepts by providing questions from subject matter in the textbook. Possibly the most helpful feature: answers are given with rationale AND every question/answer is referenced with a page number/chapter in the text on where you would find the answer!!!
Guyton and Hall Physiology Review: stars based on 1 user reviews.
The Guyton and Hall Physiology Review, by Dr. John E. Hall, is an ideal way to prepare for the USMLE Step I. More than 1,000 board-style questions, as many as 30% revised for this edition, test your knowledge of the most essential, need-to-know concepts in physiology. Review the physiology of all major body systems, with emphasis on system interaction, homeostasis, and pathophysiology, and master a large amount of information in an abbreviated time. Focus on all of the essential information you need to know for the physiology portion of the USMLE Step I.Reinforce your understanding and visualize physiologic principles with enhanced color figures and well- illustrated line diagrams.