Advanced Pathophysiology: Application to Clinical Practice
Maureen Wimberly Groër
Lippincott, 2001 - Medical - 484 pages
his clinically focused text presents pathophysiology of the diseases and disorders most commonly treated by primary care providers. Each chapter includes the most current information about pathophysiologic bases for presenting symptoms, differential diagnoses, and treatment. Well developed, complex case studies are analyzed in terms of pathophysiology of treatment, and include pharmacokinetics
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