Clinical Cases in Internal Medicine
- Fifty clinical cases cover the internal medicine curriculum.
- Logical and scientific approaches are adopted in the selection of the material and its presentation.
- Useful up-to-date resources are provided at the end of each case.
- Diagrams and tables are selected to explain difficult concepts and summarize important issues respectively.
- Disease mechanisms and pathogenesis have been clearly outlined.
This useful new book enables students to apply the theoretical knowledge gained in their medicine classes to clinical cases.
Students will improve their diagnostic skills as they are taken simply and logically through the steps of generating a differential diagnosis, weighing up evidence to refine a hypothesis, and constructing a management plan. Author Samy Azer guides readers to use self-directed learning to identify their learning needs and ultimately develop a deeper understanding of internal medicine.
Designed to complement and enhance recommended undergraduate medicine textbooks, this book is easy to follow and written simply, making it suitable for students who speak English as a second language.
- More than 50 clinical cases , covering the core undergraduate medicine curriculum
- Case discussions using a logical and scientific approach to help students achieve their own diagnoses
- Model answers for comparison, to improve learning outcomes
- Summary of fundamental points for examination revision
- Useful up-to-date resources
- Short-answer and multiple-choice questions to test knowledge
- Diagrams and tables to deepen understanding and consolidate essential concepts
- Includes an Enhanced eBook version with purchase. The enhanced eBook allows the end user to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices
|Author Information||By Samy A Azer|
|Table of Content||
Section 1. Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Systems
Case 1.1 "I have tummy pain.
Section 2. Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
Case 2.1 "Short of breath.
Section 3. Nervous System
Case 3.1 "Tremor in hands.
Case 4.1 "Stiff in the morning.
Section 5. Endocrine System
Case 5.1 "the trouble with my vision.
Section 6. Haematology Ststem
Case 6.1 "Looking pale.
Section 7. Renal System
Case 7.1 "After a severe attack of diarrhoea
Index of cases
1. Peptic ulcer
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