Evidence-based Medicine: 500 Clues to Diagnosis and Treatment
This small pocket book contains more than 500 clinical pearls in 12 major areas of internal medicine, collected from teaching conferences for residents at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The pearls were selected by two residents and reviewed by senior faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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