Mechanisms of Clinical Signs, 3rd Edition

By Mark Dennis, MBBS (Honours) , William Talbot Bowen, MBBS, MD and Lucy Cho, MBBS, MIPH, BA (University of Sydney)
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Pathophysiology - what is the cause?

Clinical significance - what does it mean?

Diagnosis and treatment - what is the predictive value?

These are questions that all clinicians should continue to ask themselves from the very beginning of medical training and throughout a lifetime of practice.

Organised by body system, Mechanisms of Clinical Signs 3e describes the underlying pathway, differential diagnoses and value of the clinical signs seen during physical examination.

Key Features
  • Alphabetical listing of clinical signs
  • Index by sign and conditions for easy reference
  • Additional flow diagrams
  • Clinical Pearls highlighting important clinical signs
  • Summary of the evidence
  • Access to chapter-based MCQs

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  • Clinical videos and audio of key signs
  • Case-based MCQs
  • An Enhanced eBook. The enhanced eBook allows the end user to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
ISBN 9780729543293
Product Format Book
Publication Date 2020
Author Information By Mark Dennis, MBBS (Honours) , Medical Registrar, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia; William Talbot Bowen, MBBS, MD, Resident, Division of Emergency Medicine, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans (LSUHSC), New Orleans, Louisiana and Lucy Cho, MBBS, MIPH, BA (University of Sydney) , Emergency Registrar, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia
Table of Content 1. Musculoskeletal Signs
2. Respiratory Signs
3. Cardiovascular Signs
4. Haematological and Oncological Signs
5. Neurological Signs
6. Gastroenterological Signs
7. Endocrinological Signs
Publication Date 09-01-2020
Pages 772
Trim 229 x 152 (6 x 9)
Stock Status In Stock
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