Family Medicine: Ambulatory Care & Prevention

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 - Medical - 790 pages
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A quick reference guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common primary care problems, this volume contains information presented in such a way as to help students and physicians quickly form a list of possible diagnoses, perform a cost-effective diagnostic work-up, and prescribe therapy for the most common causes of acute and chronic complaints. Principles of clinical decision making and efficient management strategies are integrated throughout the book.

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Mark B. Mengel, MD, MPH Professor and Chairman Department of Community and Family Medicine St. Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis, MO 63104 TEL: (314) 577-8527 e-mail: L. Peter Schwiebert, MD Associate Professor and Director Predoctoral Division Department of Family Medicine University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Oklahoma City, OK TEL: (405) 271-8000 (ext 32203) e-mail:

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