The Internal Medicine Casebook: Real Patients, Real Answers

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Robert W. Schrier
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007 - Medical - 486 pages

Developed by the internal medicine residency teaching staff at the University of Colorado, this book presents patient-oriented cases for 88 diseases in all areas of internal medicine. Case studies follow a question-and-answer format that mirrors rounds presentations. Each case study walks you through the workup and management of the problem and reviews the underlying pathophysiology. The book is an excellent review tool for resident in-service exams or American Board of Internal Medicine certification exams.

This edition's questions and problems have been extensively rewritten to incorporate new diagnostic methods and treatments. Coverage of urology and hepatology has been expanded.

 

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Contents

Endocrinology Metabolism
70
and Cardiac 18 4 Gastroenterology
141
Essential Hypertension and Chronic Liver Disease
147
Hypertensive Emergencies 39 Diarrhea
154
STElevation Myocardial Malabsorption
160
Unstable Angina and Acute Lower Gastrointestinal
174
Valvular Heart Disease 60 Peptic Ulcer Disease
180
Geriatrics
194
Hematology and Oncology
270
220
276
Nephrology
380
Rheumatology
433
Index
468
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433
483
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Infectious Diseases
220

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