Welcome to eMedlas.com, your online anatomy and histology resource, one of the best human anatomy and histology...
Welcome to eMedlas.com, your online anatomy resource, one of the best human anatomy online compilation that provides a great selection of the anatomy of the human body through hundreds of dissections and preparations. Our online histology section details the most important 400 human histological structures.
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25 years of work of the authors summed up into 554 excellent quality slides of original preparates, the same amount of sketches, 5.344 nomenclatural terms, over 9 hours of audio explanation and the related written explanations.
Over 400 photographs and drawings showing almost all histological structures found in the human body. The photos are grouped into 24 thematic albums, followed up by an overview of differentiation between various tissues and organs.
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