The Johns Hopkins Consumer Guide to Medical Tests: What You Can Expect, how You Should Prepare, what Your Results Mean

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Rebus, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 400 pages
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The Johns Hopkins Consumer Guide To Medical Tests gives the reader a detailed look at what they can expect from the hundreds of medical tests available today that can help save their lives. From routine health screenings to mammography and PSA testing to the most leading edge genetic tests, these all are the 'early alert' system for detecting problems that may require medical attention. This book will not only offer in plain English details about a particular test, but will help people prepare properly to get the best results from a procedure and will explain just what the results mean to them.

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