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This book presents 50 medical emergency case histories designed to typify everyday events in a medical clinic. It teaches the clinical student how to reach the correct diagnostic decision and formulate a management plan. With its authentic, problem-based style and self-assessment sections, the book should enable undergraduates preparing for clinical finals and junior postgraduates preparing for MRCP to learn and improve diagnostic skills. The book combines a colour picture book with a case history book. Its problem-orientated approach helps put the reader in a real-life diagnosis decision-making position. It also helps the student understand arguments for accepting/rejecting possible diagnoses and contains key points boxes to help with revision. It follows the format of the long case examination in Finals so will help the student prepare for the exam and the self-assessment section of multiple choice questions and true-false tests, fully referenced back to the case histories - lets the student test his/her understanding of the cases and identify weaknesses in knowledge.
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Book Description Elsevier. Condition: New. pp. 125 1st Edition. Seller Inventory # 263126224
Book Description Elsevier. Condition: New. pp. 125. Seller Inventory # 5770255