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According to the author's preface, this book has been created for college and medical students. The text is a brief account of the structure, ultrastructure, and function of mammalian tissue, cells, and organelles. The illustrations are clear and are organized to show sequential magnification of the same field from light microscopy to low magnification electron microscopy. There is a 22-page section on the eye. Together with the introductory chapters this could be useful to young ophthalmologists preparing for their Boards, or to older ones wishing to come abreast of modern concepts of structure and ultrastructure.
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