Written expressly for trainees in pediatrics, "Rudolph's Fundamentals of Pediatrics, 3rd Edition" provides a broad information base with a symptom-complex orientation. It presents a pathophysiologic basis for the approach to differential diagnosis and makes liberal use of algorithms and tables to summarize important information. Perfect for students in the pediatric clerkship, "Rudolph's Fundamentals" is also relied upon by pediatric and family medicine residents, nurses, and anyone who needs quick, concise answers to a broad array of clinical pediatric questions.It is written expressly for medical students by leading educators in pediatrics. It discusses approaches to symptom presentations. It has a problem-oriented approach that promotes a better understanding of clinical issues and differential diagnosis. There are extensive algorithms, tables, and illustrations. Pathophysiology is included to facilitate an understanding of the basis for selection of diagnostic studies and treatments. There are six brand new chapters: Adolescent Medicine, Disorders of Behavior, Rheumatic Diseases of Childhood, Oncology, Nervous System, and, Ophthalmology. All other chapters have been revised and updated.
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Colin Rudolph, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Division of Pediatric GI & Nurtition Children's Hospital Medical Center Cincinnati, Ohio
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