Re: Histology Books

From:"Dr. Allen A. Smith" <asmith@mail.barry.edu>

    "Urogenital system" is really 3 different systems that share a few
structures. The best book for one purpose may not be the best for another.
    Kerr's pictures are excellent, but his text is rather brief.  Kerr's
pictures of the male reproductive system are the best available.
    The new 12th edition of A TEXTBOOK OF HISTOLOGY by Don Fawcett and Elio
Raviola has the best discussion the physiology of the kidney to be found in
a histology book. (Vander's RENAL PHYSIOLOGY is the bible on this topic.)

    Allen A. Smith
    Barry University
    Miami Shores, FL

----- Original Message -----
From: Bruce Abaloz <b.abaloz@zoology.unimelb.edu.au>
To: <histoNet@Pathology.swmed.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 8:06 PM
Subject: Histology Books


> Can anyone please advise me of the "BEST" Histology text book that deals
with Urogenital System.......(Male/Female). The Atlas of FUNCTIONAL
HISTOLOGY by Jeffrey Kerr has been recommended thus far but we are after a
more "Specific" detailed book!! Thanks in advance, Cheers,
> Bruce in OZ!!
>
> BRUCE ABALOZ
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