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I am trying to view 9th edition of Tintinalli Emergency medicine online...I can see the print and pictures...there are no page numbers
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when using naplex book i used to have a reading speaker bar underneath each title which i can listen to the whole paragraph whenever i click on it but suddenly i cant found this bar anymore ?
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Thank you Dana When I click on the link you provided, it is unclear to me how to submit a written request for permission. When I click on the following link https://www.mheducation.com/permissions.
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Hello, I would like to use 3 images from Morgan & Mchail 6edition. How do I obtain permission to reproduce the images in an academic lecture. If you direct me to another website, please provide
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Hello, I'm trying to contact someone regarding using 2 images in a webinar presentation. Specifically of the condition Xanthomatosis. How can I request permissions to use these images? Thanks
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How do we get permissions for publishing an image used in a chapter ? We would like to use the image on ILD classification (Fig 54-1) in Fishman's Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders.
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Do you have case studies for teacher with answers. You did for pharmacology. I was wondering if you did for psych.
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Would you please check the content of the following case to see if there is an error: Graber and Wilbur’s Family Medicine Examination and Board Review, 4th Edition Case 17.01
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Is there a method that I can enable to get email notifications when new books are added to Access Medicine and Access Pharmacy ?
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For the text Patient Assessment in Pharmacy, I am able to see case answers. Can the students see the answers to these cases that are assigned?
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