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Embriologia: Coleccion Temas Clave by Ronald W. Dudek - Paperback
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    Category Type
    Health Sciences
    ISBN
    9788496921146
    Item EAN
    2724454108317
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    Author
    Ronald W. Dudek
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    Publisher
    Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
    Category Type
    Health Sciences
    ISBN
    9788496921146
    Item EAN
    2724454108317
    People
    Author
    Ronald W. Dudek
    People
    Publisher
    Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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    Binding
    Paperback
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    Book Language
    Spanish
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    Langman's Medical Embryology, widely recognized for the importance of its clinical content and the extreme clarity of its text, provides an innovative and accessible approach to learning embryology. This edition provides medical students and other health professions with a concise and yet

    Langman's Medical Embryology, widely recognized for the importance of its clinical content and the extreme clarity of its text, provides an innovative and accessible approach to learning embryology. This edition provides medical students and other health professions with a concise and yet exhaustive description of embryology and its clinical importance, a fundamental basis for the diagnosis and prevention of congenital anomalies. The book contains about 400 photographs that clearly illustrate embryonic development and improve understanding of written text. The text presents clinical correlations that provide information about congenital anomalies and other clinical phenomena directly related to embryological concepts. A glossary of key terms appears, a basic help tool for students. Symbrio animations show the normal processes of embryonic development and the origin of some congenital anomalies.

 

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