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Principles of Renal Physiology By Christopher J. Lote

Principles of Renal Physiology
by Christopher J. Lote

Presenting the principles of renal physiology, this text focuses on the functions of the kidney. It presents an analysis of basic functions of the nephron, as well as a survey of the major regulatory mechanisms of salt and water homeostasis. It is useful for preclinical medical students and serves as an introductory text for physiology students.

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Review(s) about a previous edition: 'This is a well written, compact physiology text on the functions of the kidney ...The author has carefully selected the relevant topics and provided the student with an up-to-date and well-balanced analysis of basic functions of the nephron, as well as a concise survey of the major regulatory mechanisms of salt and water homeostasis ...The book is lucidly written and well-illustrated and should serve as a valuable introductory text for physiology students.' - "Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology". 'The students of physiology at the University of Birmingham Medical School ...are very lucky if their class teaching is as good as this paperback.' - "British Book News". 'Presents clearly and concisely the principles of renal physiology at a level eminently suitable to the needs of the preclinical medical student ...confidently recommended.'

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GOR002815189
Principles of Renal Physiology
Christopher J. Lote
Good
Paperback
Kluwer Academic Publishers
2000-04-15
214
0792361784
9780792361787
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.