- Year: 2012
- Page Number: 404
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 4.83 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: John Laycock
This innovative textbook provides a readable, contemporary andfully integrated introduction to endocrine glands, their hormonesand how their function relates to homeostasis. It explores thepathology of endocrine disease by relating the underpinning sciencethrough a wealth of clinical scenarios and examples. The bookintegrates basic and clinical aspects for a range of endocrineglands and their hormones and includes a number of specialistchapters that also address areas of intense research and clinicalinterest including the regulation of salt, appetite andendocrine-immune interactions.
Written by a highly respected and experienced author team thisnew textbook will prove invaluable to students needing an original,integrated introduction to the subject across a variety ofdisciplines including biomedical science, pharmacology ,bioengineering and pre-clinical medicine.
Professor John Laycock, Division of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK.
This is probably the only textbook that I’ve ever genuinely loved, in my 5+ years of upper education. Great author(s), very easy to read yet informative. This is a life-saver for my 400 level integrated endocrinology college course.
Super easy to read!
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