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New Human Physiology by Poul-Erik Paulev

New Human Physiology
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Publisher: Copenhagen Medical Publishers
ISBN/ASIN: 8798407805

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This book is for the student of medical physiology. It contains clinical problems for preclinical students; just following the preclinical test the clinical students face real life problems at the clinical courses. The book is aimed at easing the transfer to the clinic and act as a refresher for medical doctors.

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