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Clinical Case Orientation: Cell, Nerve and Muscle and Blood Physiology


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Author: Rehana Rehman and Rabiya Ali
ISBN: 9786273100425
Color: 4
Size: 5.5 X 8.5 Inches
BookCover: Paperback
Number Of Pages: 240


About the Book:

Clinical Case Orientation: Cell, Nerve and Muscle and Blood Physiology is a guide designed for undergraduate medical students and educators to connect theoretical physiology with real clinical scenarios. Each case has sequential study questions and answers, multiple choice questions (MCQs), narrative figures, and flow charts, along with key points labeled as ‘Physiology Pearls.’ Educators can practice and design clinical case discussions to facilitate reasoning and memory retention strategies in students. It is a valuable resource for those seeking a deeper understanding of physiological principles and disease manifestations specifically focusing on cardiovascular and respiratory physiology and pathophysiology.

About the Authors:

Dr. Rehana Rehman is a Professor of Physiology and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences at Aga Khan University, Karachi Pakistan. With 30 years of experience, she has been actively teaching Physiology in both public and private sector medical colleges. She is a well-recognized authority in the field of Reproductive Physiology. Her research is focused on infertility, maternal and fetal well-being, wellness of students, and ergonomics. She has an extensive publication record, including over 200 articles in high-impact journals, and has authored several books, including “Five Minutes to Wellness,” “Research Until Publication in Health Care,” and “Subfertility: Recent Advances in Management and Prevention.”

Dr. Rabiya Ali is an Assistant Professor at Karachi Institute of Medical Sciences (CMH), Malir Cantt. With 13 years of experience, she has actively contributed to both teaching and research endeavors and is a Ph.D. scholar at the University of Karachi, Pakistan. Her research focuses on cytokine receptor polymorphism and its role in unexplained infertility, particularly in implantation failure. She has an extensive publication record with over 40 publications, including a chapter on Reproductive Physiology, and serves as a reviewer for prominent journals. She actively contributes to scientific conferences and is dedicated to educating undergraduates on research ethics and scientific writing.

Clinical Case Orientation: Cell, Nerve and Muscle and Blood Physiology
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