"Crash Course: Internal Medicine" reflects the way patients are treated in real-life situations. First, it takes the reader through the common complaints that the patient is likely to present with, and their differential diagnoses. Part II considers the history and the examination of the patient in a systems based format. This is followed by guidelines on how to write up a medical clerking and a consideration of the common investigations in general medicine. Part III takes the conditions outlined in Part I and considers them in much more detail, looking at background information and management plans. Multiple choice, short-answer and case-based questions make up Part IV and allow you to assess your understanding and test your exam performance after you have studied the text.
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Book Description Mosby, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0723431140