Blueprints in Family Medicine
Martin S. Lipsky, Mitchell S. King
Blackwell Pub., 2003 - Medical - 348 pages
Featuring 75 chapters of the most pertinent ambulatory content for family medicine, this title covers unique topics in preventive medicine, prenatal care, and issues of family violence. It also provides exclusive chapters on hypertension, respiratory disease, and joint pain, which highlight the most frequent problems encountered in outpatient medicine. Readers should find it a useful study guide, and to review for USMLE Step 3. The book offers: clinical problems and principles common to outpatient medicine; high-yield review of specific symptoms and diseases; handy, one-volume resource for your use in clinics; and need-to-know content written by residents and experienced family practice physicians.
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