David Cline, Latha G. Stead
McGraw-Hill Education, Dec 10, 2007 - Medical - 281 pages
A comprehensive, hands-on guide that explains how to accurately diagnose abdominal pain -- and treat its underlying causes
A Doody's Core Title for 2011!
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This clinical companion -- written by emergency room physicians for emergency room physicians -- takes you through all of the must-know management strategies for acute and chronic abdominal pain and its etiology.
In its all-inclusive overview of abdominal pain-related conditions such as urinary tract infection and diverticulitis, the book includes only those insights that are most useful for busy ER physicians. This essential, high-yield approach carries over to a chapter format that features quick-hit bulleted lists of key clinical facts, along with a step-by-step review of management guidelines. You'll also find an abundance of clinically relevant CT and ultrasound scans, plus criteria for their interpretation.
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