Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine
This internationally renowned, best-selling textbook provides a rational and easily understood basis for the practice of clinical medicine. Since it was first published, this comprehensive text has met the requirements of several generations of medical students preparing for their examinations, while serving as a valuable reference for doctors in training. The publication of the 19th Edition marks the 50th anniversary of the first publication of the book.
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