By Richard A. Harvey PhD
Now in complete colour, Lippincott's Illustrated studies: Pharmacology, Fourth variation allows speedy evaluation and assimilation of enormous quantities of advanced information regarding clinical pharmacology. The e-book positive aspects an overview structure, over 500 full-color illustrations, cross-references to different titles within the sequence, and over one hundred twenty five overview questions.
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