This book is organized into five sections of different disorders that clerks and residents frequently encounter. Each section consists of chapters that include a textual description of how to think through the diagnosing process, followed in most cases by a review of the material and a clinical vignette. Figures, tables, and boxes provide further "information at a glance."
Offers efficient and effective ways to make diagnoses
Supplies a quick resource for the clinical setting
Fills a niche market between overbearing comprehensive texts and lists to be memorized
Univ. of Alabama, Birmingham. Pocket-sized reference for medical students, offering critical thinking techniques and pathophysiologic reasoning of commonly encountered conditions in clinical practice of pathophysiology. Emphasizes the physiology of the disease as a strategy for the new clinician to help patients. Softcover. DNLM: Pathology--Handbooks.