Spontaneous Animal Models of Human Disease by Edwin J. Andrews, Billy C. Ward, Norman H. Altman

By Edwin J. Andrews, Billy C. Ward, Norman H. Altman

This two-volume paintings gathers jointly the varied info almost immediately on hand on spontaneous animal versions of human disorder. as well as supplying a complete assessment of latest versions, the e-book provides many earlier unpublished new models.
The scope of this paintings is restricted to spontaneous types. Neoplasia, infectious illnesses together with parasitism, and nutritionally triggered or different sorts of experimental types haven't been incorporated. The 16 elements of the e-book are alphabetically prepared in response to organ approach with over 230 authors contributing to the final attempt. as well as many illustrations, the booklet positive aspects an intensive bibliography

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Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophica—Dominant This form is similar to the recessive form but has less severe scarring and only occasional involvement of the oral mucosa. Loss of anchoring fibrils has been reported, but only in those areas where blistering and scarring has occurred. D. Epidermolysis Bullosa Lethalis Chapter 1 5 5 Epidermolysis Bullosa and Similar Diseases M. R. ALLEY and R. D . JOLLY I. INTRODUCTION The term epidermolysis bullosa covers a group of inherited cutaneous abnormalities characterized by the formation of bullae spontaneously or in response to mild trauma.

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