|Resource Name &|
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|Endocrine Physiology (Lange)|
Addresses concepts that underlie the basis by which first and second year medical students will better grasp the physiologic mechanisms involved in neuroendocrine regulation of organ function. The information presented is also meant to serve as a reference for residents and fellows. The objectives listed at the beginning of each chapter follow those established by the American Physiological Society for each hormone system and are the topics tested in Step I of the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE). Third edition, 2010.
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|Vendor Name:||McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine|
|Research Guides:||Internal Medicine|
|Coverage:||latest edition, 2010|
|Special usage notes:||
Lange Educational Library in Basic Science. University of Kentucky's AccessMedicine collection is licensed for six concurrent users.