This question and answer review-book has been developed for self-assessment and examination preparation. It has been reorganized to mimic the exact organization of "Harrison's Priciples of Internal Medicine, 15th edition", for example in the part names. The number of questions has increased from 822 to 900, and case-based questions reflect the boards' recertification exams.
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"The 15th edition manual is definitely worthy of Harrison's excellent reputation. The editors are clear in their purpose to provide easy-to-access, on-the-spot portable information on topics and problems routinely encountered on a hospital service." "The book is extremely well organized." "I was impressed with the quality of this manual. It is most applicable as a pocket reference for residents, interns, and medical students, who affectionately refer to it as "Baby Harrison's." "Because it has substantially more depth than several other available reference on-call manuals, I believe it is the more useful book."From the Back Cover:
The authority of Harrison’s, formatted for use at the point of care. When time is of the essence, and accurate answers a must, turn to Harrison’s Manual of Medicine. Culled from the most authoritative internal medicine reference in the world, this handy manual provides on-the-spot answers to the patient management questions you face daily.
This new edition is the best ever, and presents a new, easier to use format including more handy charts, tables, and algorithms giving you quicker access to:
• Etiology and epidemiology
• Must-know, clinically relevant pathophysiology
• Signs & Symptoms
• Differential Diagnosis
• Physical and Laboratory Findings
• Concise Practice Guidelines
• The most rigorously reviewed content, by the authorities you know and trust
• Great new coverage of admitting orders, essential medical procedures, critical care medicine, radiology essentials, bioterrorism, and more
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