Inderbir Singh's Textbook of Human Histology With Colour Atlas and Practical Guide
Inderbir Singh's Textbook of Human Histology is widely used by students and faculty of health profession. The ninth edition of this book has been improvised as per current student requirements. The chapters have been revised with simplified representation. The contents are updated incorporating the recent advances that the students must be aware off.
The content is modified and revised according to the new MCI competency-based curriculum.
NEW: Optic nerve and umbilical cord is added as per Medical Council of India (MCI) requirements.
NEW: Core highlight of this edition is addition of easily reproducible hand drawn diagrams of 93 Histology Slides (in an Atlas provided in the beginning) that an undergraduate student witnesses in the practical class for practical record writing and during examination.
NEW: Identification Points and Learning Objectives are added in the beginning of every chapter that aids in slide identification, last minute revision and during spotters.
NEW: Applied Histology section provided at the end of each chapter based on clinical relevance.
The content has been stratified to must know, good to know and nice to know categories.
Clinical features are retained, modified and added keeping in mind their applicability in pathology.
Schematic diagrams are presented alongside pictures from actual slides, making it simple for students to identify and draw the key features.
NEW: The text has been presented in a concise, bulleted format that makes for easy readability.
Extra information has been differentiated as Added Information that can be referred if necessary.
NEW: Each chapter ends with Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), which provide an opportunity for students to evaluate their learning.
Supplemented with flowcharts, schematic diagrams and tables for easy and interesting learning.
Summary provided in tabular format at relevant places.
Reviewed by 30 renowned faculties of India (National Advisory Board).
Complimentary online student resource.
This edition will be ideally suited for the first batch of MBBS students undergoing the recently rolled out competency-based curriculum.