Concise Guide to Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing in Psychiatry

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American Psychiatric Press, 1989 - Medical - 151 pages
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Designed for the psychiatrist in a general hospital setting as well as an outpatient practice, this guide presents basic strategies to be used in applying laboratory testing and general areas of laboratory evaluation, including a 'how to' for interpreting results. Readers will find particularly useful the numerous tables that supplement the text, as well as an appendix that features recommended workups for selected conditions.

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