Essentials of Family Medicine

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Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Family medicine - 729 pages
Written at the clerkship level, this comprehensive introduction to family medicine is organized into three sections--principles of family medicine, preventive care, and common problems--and includes chapters on evidence-based medicine and complementary therapies. The text has a user-friendly writing style, focuses on common clinical problems, and uses case studies to show practical applications of key concepts.

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