Mosby's Pediatric Clinical Advisor: Instant Diagnosis and Treatment
Presented in three distinct sections, this comprehensive, yet easy-to-read reference provides all the information needed to diagnose, treat, and manage hundreds of pediatric disorders. Section One covers nearly 400 common pediatric diagnoses, outlining epidemiology, etiology, clinical findings, laboratory work-up, differential diagnoses, treatment options, suggested patient follow-up, and up-to-date references. Section Two lists more than 50 common signs and symptoms with diagnostic algorithms and differentials. Section Three includes commonly used tables, equations, and charts, with cross references when applicable.
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