Atlas of Histology with Functional and Clinical Correlations comprises 21 chapters in 3 units: beginning with “Basic Principles of Cell Structure and Function” and then progressing to “Basic Tissues” and, finally, to “Organ Systems.” Using a proven-effective buildingblock approach, Atlas of Histology with Functional and Clinical Correlation book starts with an introduction to the cell using light and electron microscopic images—“visual definitions” of the terms that will be used throughout the book. The remaining chapters flow in a logical manner through increasingly more complex tissues and organs, illustrating the essentials in color photos and drawings (normal and abnormal) and in electron micrographs. The three general concepts that have been followed in this book are to arrange related information on facing pages; to emphasize the interrelation of structural, functional, and clinical information; and to use meaningful clinical examples. More specifically, the concepts informing the creation of this atlas are as follows. First, the figure numbers are color coded: Those for histological sections and for TEM and SEM are yellow, those for line drawings are highlighted in purple.
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