Clinician’s Manual on Lupus
Clinician’s Manual on Lupus is an expert overview of Lupus and related conditions that serves as an educational resource for medical students, physicians and other medical professionals with an interest in rheumatology. The book is an up-to-date introduction to the disease and includes high quality colour photographs and evidence-based guidelines for diagnosing, treating and managing Lupus in primary care.
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PART ONET he growth of lupus
PART TWO Lupus organ by organ
PART THREE Diagnosis and treatment
PART FOUR Lupuslike disorders
PART FIVE Lupusrelated topics
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