Ambulatory Medicine Case Book

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Joyce P. Doyle, Laura J. Martin
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 609 pages
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Ambulatory Medicine Case Book is a practical resource for internal medicine and family medicine residents who are now required to spend at least 33% of their training in an ambulatory setting. In addition, the book provides a useful clinical guide for primary care practitioners as it reviews many of the clinical problems encountered in an ambulatory practice. The cases present evidence-based and cost-effective recommendations while acknowledging important issues such as patient preference.

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