|Title: ||Case study of Felty’s Syndrome|
|Citation: ||In: Phillips, J., Kirk, P. & Murray, P. (Eds.), The Biology of Disease, 2nd ed.|
|Publisher: ||Oxford: Blackwell Publishing|
|Issue Date: ||2001 |
|Additional Links: ||http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/jsp/welcome.jsp?isbn=9780632054046&source=1177945481|
|Abstract: ||This book: is an introductory level text on the biological principles of human disease. The book is aimed at medical students in degree courses in biomedical science. The book fuses the biological (physiological and biochemical) processes which underlie the clinical manifestations of disease. As such, it brings together material which is conventionally dealt with by several books. The authors have covered the fundamentals of each topic in a readable manner, which should encourage students to develop a fuller understanding, where necessary, by reference to more comprehensive texts.|
|Type: ||Book chapter|
|Appears in Collections: ||Molecular Immunology Research Group |
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