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Initial encounters with patients can often be worrying for medical students in their first clinical year. Fundamental to effective diagnosis is the ability to examine the patient in a systematic manner; these techniques of examination eventually become
absorbed by the student and appear as 'second nature'. But how are they learned? 'Clinical Examination of the Patient' provides a superbly-illustrated sequential guide to patient examination, emphasising points of potential confusion and providing a sound framework for subsequent practical experience. This pocket-sized book is invaluable to the medical student entering the first clinical year and will be re-read before final examinations. It also provides a useful source of information for those in the allied health professions.
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LUMLEY, J'S P, MS FRCS, Professor of Surgery and Honorary Consultant Surgeon, The Medical College and Hospital of St Bartholomew, London; Member of Council, Royal College of Surgeons of England; Past World President, International College of Surgeons Bouloux, P M G, BSc MD FRCP, Senior Lecturer (Endocrinology), Royal Free Hospital, London
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Book Description CRC Press, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110750616717
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