Field Guide to Bedside Diagnosis

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 333 pages
This Field Guide enables medical students, residents, and practitioners to recognize subtle clinical differences observed at the bedside and to move from symptoms, physical findings, and history to a working diagnosis. The structure parallels the diagnostic reasoning process. Each chapter focuses on a symptom or physical finding and proceeds from a list of possible causes, to a diagnostic approach, to the key specific features of each disease in the differential. More than 200 full-color illustrations show diagnostically important observable signs.

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