diFiore’s Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations is widely appreciated for its realistic, full-color illustrations as well as actual photomicrographs of histologic structures complemented by concise discussions of their most important functional correlations. Key Features: • Learning objectives in the beginning of each chapter; these are categorized into Core and Non-Core according to the new CBME curriculum • New illustrations of microscopic structures that now form a part of CBME curriculum. These include pineal gland, umbilical cord, sclerocorneal junction • All New Clinical Correlations boxes throughout chapters connecting clinical scenarios with microanatomical changes; this is again in alignment with the CBME curriculum • Functional Correlations boxes integrated throughout chapters reflecting new scientific information and interpretations • All New Tables across chapters summarizing essential facts and comparing cells and structures • Chapter Summaries at the end of each chapter listing out the most essential knowledge for rapid review • Chapter Review Questions that allow students to assess their comprehension of each chapter with 375 questions and answers in the book • All New Self-Assessment section at the end of the book featuring knowledge-based, clinical case-based, and histological slide-based multiple-choice questions with answers as well as OSPEs to help students prepare for PG entrance exam. Online Resources: • e-book • Question bank— more than 250 additional multiple-choice questions with explanations for correct answers • Image bank Faculty Resource: • Supplementary images
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