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Download Atlas of Human Parasitology epub

by Lawrence Robert Ash,Thomas C. Orihel




Download Atlas of Human Parasitology epub
ISBN: 0891893059
ISBN13: 978-0891893059
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Author: Lawrence Robert Ash,Thomas C. Orihel
Language: English
Publisher: American Society of Clinical Pathologists Press; 3rd edition edition (December 31, 1990)
ePUB size: 1455 kb
FB2 size: 1367 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 722
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Alsantrius
I am a Clinical Science Student and this atlas was highly useful during my clinical parasitology rotation. I would recommend this text for anyone needing detailed photos and descriptions of common parasites. Only downfall is the high price tag, though it is very useful and worth the money in the long run.
Agalen
Expensive but worth it
Gholbirius
This atlas is an excellent help when working with parasite identification in the laboratory, I highly recommend it!
Erennge
i am very happy with this book...i will absolutely keep it for the rest of my life. awesome service. thank you very much.
Jerdodov
For anyone working in Diagnostic parasitology, this is simply the best reference available. Incredible colour plates, and importantly, keys for identification of unknowns and inclusion of exotic parasites.
Fomand
i used this book for my med classes and i would recommend for any med student to use and works for USmle!
Gavirim
The biggest obstacle in the way of this beautifully illustrated atlas is its rather unreasonable price-tag. Its publisher, (and authors), did overlook the fact that there are lots of moderately priced equivalents out there in the market.
Nevertheless, anyone who goes ahead and purchase this atlas will appreciate its versatile accomplishments. It is very practical, and included high resolution photographs and micrographs.
"Atlas of Human Parasitology" has a unique organization, which enabled it to provide comprehensive laboratory information. Every specimen it portrayed was labelled and analyzed in details. There is complementary taxonomical description in each case. This is a well-compiled atlas, but I still maintain that its price is a great barrier.
I use this book on the bench in the microbiology department and I find the clarity and amount of photos extreemly useful. The other good features are the lifecycles and the methods present within the book. The book is sturdily bound and printed on high quality paper I would recomend this book to any laboratory, or person interested in parasitology.