Differential Diagnosis by Laboratory Medicine: A Quick Reference for Physicians

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Vincent Marks, Dusan Mesko
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 1, 2002 - Medical - 1098 pages
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This extensive handbook helps clinicians and physicians make a precise diagnosis as well as the right decisions for patient treatment. Up-to-date and comprehensive information for differential diagnosis is presented in a well-structured manner. The different sections describe more than 1950 conditions and around 1200 drugs. It also includes a comprehensive section on international reference values of clinical-biochemical and laboratory parameters. The detailed parameter index and an extensive list of frequently used synonyms and abbreviations enable the reader to quickly locate the information they are looking for.
  

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Contents

Blood Plasma Serum
40
Acidbase Balance
369
Amniotic Fluid
381
Bronchoalveolar Lavage Fluid
389
Cerebrospinal Fluid
393
Gastric Fluid
415
Hair
419
Hematology
420
Sweat
531
Synovial Fluid
533
Tears
542
Urine
544
BiochemicalLaboratory Findings in Clinical Units and Conditions
613
BiochemicalLaboratory Findings in Clinical Units and Conditions
614
Medicaments Interfering Factors
821
Medicaments Interfering Factors
822

Peritoneal Fluid
498
Pleural Fluid
504
Saliva
514
Seminal Fluid
516
Sputum
519
Stool
522
Appendix
997
English Synonymous Vocabulary
1036
Literature Used
1048
Register
1062
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