Maintains Harrison's great focus on the pathophysiologic mechanisms underlying rheumatologic diseases, essential to understanding the approach to the patient and management options
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"This book provides an important contribution to the field of internal medicine and rheumatology. Primarily written for trainees in rheumatology, as well as practitioners seeking an updated introduction on rheumatology, this book provides authoritative information on relevant immunological principles and the diagnoses of rheumatic diseases...I think that this book is a very worthy contribution to the field of rheumatology. The authors did a very nice job of discussing the various differentials to be considered in the diagnoses of rheumatic disorders. This provides a helpful reference for clinicians in general internal medicine, as well as trainees rotating through rheumatology. 4 Stars!"--Doody's Review Service Doody's 20060626
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