Human Diseases ? A Systemic Approach (8th Edition)
Mark Zelman Ph.D.?(Author),?Elaine Tompary?(Author),?Jill Raymond?(Author),?Paul Holdaway M.A?(Author),?Mary Lou E. Mulvihill Ph.D.?(Author)
Today?s most accessible, accurate, current, and engaging introduction to basic pathophysiology.
Human Diseases: A Systemic Approach, Eighth Edition?is today?s most comprehensive visual survey of the common diseases affecting each body system. This edition has been extensively updated and reorganized to present the field?s latest knowledge more efficiently and intuitively than ever. Organized by organ system, it contains completely rewritten chapters on cancer, the nervous system, mental illness and cognitive disorders, the urinary system, the respiratory system, heredity, the endocrine system, cardiovascular system, and blood; as well as an entirely new chapter on the eye and ear (special senses). Its superior pedagogy has been enhanced with stronger foundational coverage of disease mechanisms, new Healthy Aging and Promote Your Health features, and extensive new artwork.
Teaching and Learning Experience
This text will help allied health students quickly understand the principles of pharmacology, learn how those principles manifest themselves in human disease, and use this knowledge in their careers. It offers:
A stronger foundation in the latest knowledge:?Starts by providing a strong foundation in terminology, and the concepts associated with immunity, inflammation, inheritance, cancer, and infectious diseases; then presents updated visual coverage of every body system
Promotion of critical thinking throughout:?Contains multiple features designed to encourage critical thinking ? both by individual students and in classroom settings
Emphasis on disease prevention and health promotion:?Links key concepts to opportunities for students to promote health and prevent disease in both others and themselves
Publisher:?Prentice Hall; 8 edition (June 15, 2014)