New in new dust jacket. Well-known for its authoritative and comprehensive coverage, complete treatment of pediatric pathophysiology, and the most extensive illustration program in its field, this textbook features expert content on everything from the general principles of pathophysiology to detailed discussions of genetics and specific diseases. Chapters on alteration present the pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and evaluation and treatment of each disease to help you learn to identify normal anatomy and physiology, as well as alterations of function in adults and in children.
Good. A few pages bent on the corner. Book is in good condition. Ships same or next business day with delivery confirmation. Good condition. May or may not contain highlighting. Expedited shipping available.
Exactly as described. Super fast shipping!...........................
Oct 14, 2010
I am currently working on my MSN and we are utilizing this book for my advanced patho class. This book had poor editing (I've found numerous mistakes in only a few weeks of classes); there are great pictures provided for examples, but it would be great if the pictures had an arrow pointing to what the captions is referring to (for example, I have not had radiology, so I need "fluffy infiltrates" to be pointed out to me; and there are many statements made about treatments for disorders but no indication about why that is helpful, such as p. 820 (6th ed) "Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication is the treatment of choice"--for pain I'm assuming?
Overall, I like the layout, but it needs some touch-ups.
Jul 22, 2010
This book came extremely fast, was here within 4-5 days. I would recommend this service to anyone!
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