Harrison's Principles Internal Medicine: Companion Handbook, Volume 3
Tinsley Randolph Harrison, Jean D Wilson, M.D.
McGraw-Hill, 1991 - Medical - 864 pages
This handy pocket manual effectively condenses the outstanding clinical portions of the Twelfth Edition of Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine to provide concise, yet authoritative guidance on diagnosing & managing the diseases & disorders most commonly encountered in the inpatient, outpatient, & emergency services setting. Like its parent volume, the Companion Handbook places special emphasis on the presentation & recognition of disease states, with succinct descriptive accounts of major patient symptoms & syndromes, diagnostic procedures, differential diagnosis, & current treatment options.
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ABBREVIATED CONTENTS SECTION 1 Important Symptoms and Signs
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