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New Releases from Wiley FUNDAMENTALS OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. Third Edition. Donald. C. Rizzo. Cengage Learning. The study of anatomy and physiology is part of the basic curriculum, not only … Continue reading

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DAVIDSON’S DIABETES MELLITUS. 5th Edition. Anne Peters Harmel. Ruchi Mathur. Saunders. This text is meant for the practicing physician and the internist, focusing on the care of patients with Diabetes Mellitus. Davidson’s provides the … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill THE NEUROLOGICAL BASIS OF PAIN. Marco Pappagallo. McGraw-Hill. Synopsis: Dr. Pappagallo (Director of the Division of Chronic Pain at Beth Israel Medical Center) has fashioned the authoritative text … Continue reading

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New Releases from Wiley THE QUANTUM THEORY OF ATOMS IN MOLECULES. Edited by Cherif F. Matta. Russell J. Boyd. Wiley-VCH. The fusion of atoms and molecules create the literal building … Continue reading

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New Releases from Jones and Bartlett Nursing New Releases from Thomson-Delmar DEVELOPING EXPERTISE IN CRITICAL CARE NURSING. Julie Scholes. Blackwell. The demands placed on the critical care nurse are, without … Continue reading

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IMMUNE HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS (Second Edition). Lawrence D. Petz. With George Garratty. Churchill Livingstone. This second edition of the Petz/Garratty manual serves as the authority on the identification and treatment of … Continue reading

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Psychiatry & Psychology

New Releases from Wiley HANDBOOK OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION. Edited by Richard Balon. R.Taylor Segraves. Taylor and Francis. In terms of conditions which cause patients the most psychological trauma and consternation, … Continue reading

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Political Science

New Releases from Thomson-Delmar UNDERSTANDING POLITICS: Ideas, Institutions & Issues (Seventh Edition).Thomas M. Magstadt. Thomson Wadsworth. The Seventh Edition of this text provides, at the very least, a rudimentary understanding of … Continue reading

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New Releases from Thomson-Delmar PHILOSOPHY. Bryan Greetham. Palgrave-MacMillan. This selection marks a lucid and well-written textbook of the general concepts of Philosophy, further incorporating mini-biographies of selected philosophers into each chapter (“Brief … Continue reading

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