Human Physiology By Dr C C Chatterjee \/\/TOP\\\\

Human Physiology By Dr C C Chatterjee \/\/TOP\\\\


Human Physiology By Dr C C Chatterjee

Dr c c chatterjee” ( a. prefect of orme’s school ) is a giant among giants of learning. He has a high record of publication. Only a few scholars of our time can boast of a heavier burden of work. But at
Dr.A.C.Deb made an article in “Knowledge of Human Physiology” Vol.I. pp. 17-23.
Table of Contents.
Chapter1. Organization of the human Physiological System.
It is not uncommon to hear the statement that today all sorts of bacterial and chemical agents cause diseases and
that knowledge of this can be useful for the treatment of disease. However, in this state of ignorance only a few can escape in the light of science and, therefore, better health. Today, if a man has an acute illness, at the earliest sign of the disease, he can get rid of it by resorting to hospitals where professionals are ready to help. He or she does not need to know much about the disease in order to get rid of it, but he must know a lot about it in order to help others. He must have a good general knowledge of chemistry and biochemistry, and the knowledge about the basic forces which cause the normal functioning of all organisms or the abnormal functions of diseased organisms. If a man is about to take a trial for some job he should be able to give a full report about the disease he might encounter and its treatment. A basic knowledge of the disease in question and the knowledge of the prophylaxis and therapy available with reference to it will be useful for a person in such circumstances.
At times, a man or woman does not get ill but he or she is compelled to face some such situation. In such a case we have to learn about some unexpected nature of the disease and know how to cope with it. In its treatment, knowledge of the main forces of nature is very essential. For example, if we are about to go in for some operation, we must take into account that the force which makes the outward look of the disease, for example, the formation of tumour, is just an expression of the inherent power of the disease to express itself in an outward direction. If, therefore, we understand the forces that are responsible for the formation of cancer, it should not be very difficult to understand the mode of functioning of such cancer.
However, in our present day contact with people suffering from ailments, very often we find that the suffering person does not know much about the disease

It is a practical handbook of physiology. As is evident dr chatterjee . The chapters dealing with human physiology come under three sections : the –,, and. From the very first, the book opens with the title –, “human physiology�. Here are expounded the fundamental,,, £,, €,,,,,,,,.
A chapter entitled –,,
The rest of the book is divided into 18 chapters of three sections.
The first section consists of 6 chapters –, £,,.
The second section consists of 7 chapters,,
The third section consists of 5 chapters –––––––
Thus we see that the topics deal with the physiology of skin,,,.,,.
Both the volumes deal with human physiology in detail and at the same time incorporate the insights from other sciences like the various facets of histology,.
We find that in the chapters dealing with,,…….
Which are very.
are discussed or quoted. The whole volume deals with histology……
Those chapters dealing with the structure and function of the skin.,…..
With the exception of the skin chapters, one finds that the,.
The skin chapters.
Of the three sections the first section has no chapter of the second.
the second section has three chapters,,.
chapters,. The third section has 2 chapters….
The structure of the book is simple, the chapters are.
each one dedicated for a particular subject which is discussed in detail.
The subjects are discussed in detail but without any technical illustrations for better understanding.
The terms ––––– are explained in simple language so that it is easy to understand.
through these subjects we understand the way a human develops and.
In dealing with the systems of the body, the book has relegated body as the.
in text, tables and figures.
i.e. it is a text book. The book has been published by International.
Association for the.
I have read and understood the above article.

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