Major changes in format, binding, contents, and the introduction of functional correlations characterized the seventh edition of this atlas.
These change were welcomed and acclaimed by both students and instructors of histology. The publication of the eighth edition of the Atlas of Histology brings additional changes designed to further improve the use and versatility of this atlas.
Histologic structures must first be recognized under a microscope and then correctly interpreted. To this end, the most noticeable changes in this edition are the replacement of older figures with 47 new illustrations and text.