Features of Teaching Physiology to Students Studying at the Department of Pediatrics
AbstractFeature of teaching physiology to students studying at the Department of Pediatrics were considered. It was accented that when teaching the subject special attention should be given to functioning of different organs and systems in children, age-related standards and regularities of individual development
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