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Professional Guide to Pathophysiology, Third Edition, combines the best of a diseases reference with the best of a full-color atlas in one clinical reference for every practice setting. This comprehensive guide focuses on the pathophysiologic developments behind more than 400 disorders across all body systems, so the practitioner fully understands the pathophysiologic rationale behind focused assessments, behind patient signs and symptoms, behind the kinds of tests that are done, and behind the treatments that are given. Now in full color throughout, the book features hundreds of illustrations depicting anatomical structures and pathophysiological processes, as well as scores of informative tables and flowcharts.
Table of Contents
|Contributors and consultants||p. vi|
|Fundamentals of pathophysiology||p. 1|
|Fluids and Electrolytes||p. 74|
|Cardiovascular system||p. 124|
|Respiratory system||p. 204|
|Nervous system||p. 249|
|Gastrointestinal system||p. 319|
|Musculoskeletal system||p. 366|
|Hematologic system||p. 407|
|Immune system||p. 433|
|Endocrine system||p. 463|
|Renal system||p. 505|
|Sensory system||p. 542|
|Integumentary system||p. 557|
|Reproductive system||p. 584|
|Less common disorders||p. 618|
|Selected references||p. 638|
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