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Essential Clinical Medicine: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management Paperback – Illustrated, 22 October 2009
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- Publisher : Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (22 October 2009)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 644 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0521543657
- ISBN-13 : 978-0521543651
- Dimensions : 19.05 x 3.05 x 24.64 cm
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An essential read covering all the clinical topics required of a modern curriculum for medical students.
Covering all the clinical topics required of a modern curriculum for medical students, with each subject approached in a problem-orientated style, this book guides the reader from accurate assessment of symptoms through to a structured and clear understanding of medical disorders.
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Really comprehensive guide for early clinical years!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 May 2013
Really comprehensive guide for studying clinical medicine. I'm a third year medical student and throughout the year it has been a great companion for a little light reading up on the different major subjects. Perhaps a little out of date compaired to more recent medicine text books but still has the main basics you need to know. Personally I went for the price rather than the name of the book and I can say this was well worth the buy over the new Kumar and Clark which is a lot pricier. All the basics you need for early clinical years.
Better options available but good for someReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 February 2010
This book is good for one thing: revising for finals. And it's probably not even the best option for that (baby Kumar & Clark!). Very little in the way of useful diagrams or pictures. Many bullet points of signs and symptoms, but without reflection on how conditions are differentiated from each other which is often helpful to those learning and studying for exams. I'm using this since its authors probably write my exams.
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