By Margaret L. Kirby
This is often the one in-depth, unmarried writer survey of center improvement. it is going to offer a extra systematic, updated synthesis of the topic than the other quantity, spanning the diversity from classical anatomical reviews to contemporary findings in molecular biology. It additionally covers themes which are frequently passed over from discussions of center improvement, corresponding to myocardial functionality, cardiac innervation, and conduction improvement and medical correlates may be mentioned all through. The publication is superbly illustrated by way of Karen Waldo, an artist who has collaborated with Dr. Kirby for a few years.
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Cardiac Development by Margaret L. Kirby