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A Handbook Of Physiology

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This is a compilation strictly according to the Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH) syllabus of BHMS. It is in a Question Answer format which shall prove to be of utmost benefit to all undergraduate and post-graduate students of homeopathy to face academic examinations much more confidently as this book shall verse them well on how to prepare the answers and also how to format and present it in the answer script. The book will help students to easily handle examinations and they will be able to co-ordinate between time and word limit. The author has consulted all the physiology books presently available in the market in detail in the making of this book; thus, ensuring that no important concept gets missed out. The book is a must-buy for all aspiring homeopathic students.

‘A Handbook of Physiology’ is specially planned for removing the difficulties that the author had faced during his student career.

There are many good books on physiology written by experienced authors but they are too bulky and the language is also difficult for homeopathic undergraduates to understand.

The students face many problems while answering questions, for eg.

• How to start answering?

• What to write?

• What not to write? How much to write?

• What to write first?

• When to use flowcharts?

• Where to draw diagrams?

• How to end answers?

After going through this book, the student will easily handle the above difficulties and would be able to coordinate between time and word limit.

The book covers all the topics as per CCH syllabus in a systematic manner. Moreover, it is full of diagrams and flowcharts, which are essential for the students to understand the subject better.


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