Blueprints Family Medicine

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Mar 26, 2010 - Medical - 329 pages
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Blueprints Family Medicine, Third Edition covers the essentials of family medicine that students need to know during their rotation and while preparing for the USMLE. The thoroughly updated Third Edition provides coverage of the most common conditions encountered on the wards. This edition also features 100 updated USMLE-style questions with full explanations for all answer choices in the book and 50 additional USMLE-style questions with full explanations online in an interactive question bank. An updated appendix of evidence-based resources is also included. A companion website includes the fully searchable text plus 50 additional USMLE-style questions with full explanations.
  

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User Review  - Jesse Jensen - Goodreads

A great overview of common ailments seen in the clinic. The storyline is captivating...not. I fell asleep daily while I tried to get through this. Read full review

Contents

Nausea and Vomiting 77
194
Pharyngitis 87
203
Shortness of Breath 100
211
Shoulder Pain 103
251
Somatization 106
269
Swelling 108
270
Weight Loss 110
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Common Medical Conditions 113
279
Atopic Dermatitis 130
279
Human Immunodeficiency Virus 152
279
Hyperthyroidism 159
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Hypothyroidism 162
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Obesity 165
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Osteoporosis 168
279
Skin Infections 179
279
Urticaria 190
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Alcohol and Substance Abuse 116
279
Asthma 126
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About the author (2010)

The AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION is the leading professional association of physicians in the United States and has been one of the most respected health-related organizations in the world for more than 150 years. MARTIN S. LIPSKY, MD, a family physician, is regional Dean at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford, MARLA MENDELSON, MD, a cardiologist, is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. STEPHEN HAVAS, MD, MPH, is Vice President of Science, Quality, Public Health, and Medical Education at the American Medical Association. MICHAEL MILLER, MD, is Associate Professor of Medicine and Director, Center for Preventive Cardiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine.

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