In a Page: Ambulatory medicine
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jul 1, 2007 - Medical - 272 pages
Featuring a uniquely visual two-page-spread design that is great for rapid reference or review, In A Page Ambulatory Medicine provides a quick overview of the diseases, symptoms, and injuries most commonly seen in outpatient settings. Each disease is presented on a two-page spread in boxes with consistent headings: introduction; etiology, epidemiology, and risk factors; patient presentation; differential diagnosis; diagnostic evaluation; treatment and management; and prognosis and complications. Bulleted key points appear under each heading.
This pocket-sized book is ideal for interns, medical students in clerkships, or for USMLE review. It will also appeal to physician assistant and nurse practitioner students.
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