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Physiology. SIXTH EDITION. LINDA S. COSTANZO, PhD. Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Physiology is a comprehensive presentation of core physiologic concepts with a focus on mechanisms. Renowned physiology instructor Linda S. Costanzo. Physiology. Fourth Edition. Linda S. Costanzo, PhD. Professor of Physiology. Assistant Dean for Preclinical Medical Education. Virginia Commonwealth.


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Numerous clinical correlations are included so that the student can understand physiology in relation to medicine. An integrative approach is used, when possible, to demonstrate how the organ systems work together to maintain homeostasis.

More than full-color illustrations and flow diagrams and more than 50 tables help the stu- dent visualize the material quickly and aid in long-term retention. These questions, many with clinical relevance, require problem-solving skills rather than straight recall. Clear, concise explanations accompany the questions and guide the student through the correct steps of reasoning. The questions can be used as a pretest to identify areas of weakness or as a posttest to determine mastery.

Special attention should be given to the Comprehensive Examination, because its questions integrate several areas of physiology and related concepts of pathophysi- ology and pharmacology. New to this edition: Linda S.

Preface Crystal Taylor and Stacey Sebring provided expert editorial assistance. Thanks also to the many students from other medical schools who have taken the time to write to me about their experiences with this book.

Acknowledgments vii Integrative Functions of the Cardiovascular System: The hydrophobic tails face each other and form a bilayer. The minus sign preceding the diffusion equation indicates that the direction of flux, or flow, is from high to low concentration.

It can be ignored if the higher concen- tration is called C1 and the lower concentration is called C2. Also note: If the solute is an ion is charged , then its flux will depend on both the concentration difference and the potential difference across the membrane. For example, d-glucose the natural isomer is transported by facilitated diffusion, but the l-isomer is not. Simple diffusion, in contrast, would not distinguish between the two isomers because it does not involve a carrier. The transport rate increases as the concentration of the solute increases, until the carriers are saturated.

The transport maximum Tm is analogous to the maximum velocity Vmax in enzyme kinetics.

Costanzo physiology 5th edition pdf

For example, galactose is a competitive inhibitor of glucose transport in the small intestine. In diabetes mellitus, glucose uptake by muscle and adipose cells is impaired because the carriers for facilitated diffusion of glucose require insulin.

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Costanzo Board Review Series. It can be ignored if the higher concen- tration is called C1 and the lower concentration is called C2. Hu, S.

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