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An Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Clinical Medicine: A Hands-on Guide to Developing Core Skills epub ebook

by Peter Toghill,David Gray

An Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Clinical Medicine: A Hands-on Guide to Developing Core Skills epub ebook

Author: Peter Toghill,David Gray
Category: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (December 29, 2000)
Pages: 360 pages
ISBN: 0340732075
ISBN13: 978-0340732076
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 967
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Failing a senior colleague with ample time, Gray and Toghill's Introduction to Symptoms and Signs in Clinical Medicine will serve the purpose very well. A good aspect of this book is that all the chapters are short and the subheadings are frequent. The changes in undergraduate curricula in the UK and overseas medical schools have opened up a niche for a 'hands-on' clinical skills book which takes a symptom-oriented approach. This book, with its emphasis on core topics and common conditions will be an invaluable resource for all medical students.

An Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Clinical Medicine' has been conceived as the medical companion to Browse's hugely successful 'Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Surgical Disease'. Like Browse, it concentrates on the fundamental techniques of history taking and examination, restricting itself to common conditions likely to be seen in everyday practice.

David Gray and Peter Toghill are both at Queens Medical Centre. Failing a senior colleague with ample time, Gray and Toghill's Introduction to Symptoms and Signs in Clinical Medicine will serve the purpose very well

David Gray and Peter Toghill are both at Queens Medical Centre. Failing a senior colleague with ample time, Gray and Toghill's Introduction to Symptoms and Signs in Clinical Medicine will serve the purpose very well. Besides, there are numerous boxes named revision panels and practical-points boxes that highlight the most important not-to-forget principles; and lots of diagrams and pictures accompany the text.

An introduction to clinical signs and symptoms. Very useful to build up my knowledge. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. Best-selling in Non-Fiction.

Published February 16, 2001 by A Hodder Arnold Publication.

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book Like Browse, it concentrates on the fundamental techniques of history taking and examination, restricting itself to common conditions likely to be seen in everyday practice

Like Browse, it concentrates on the fundamental techniques of history taking and examination, restricting itself to common conditions likely to be seen in everyday practice.

Chamberlain’s symptoms and signs in clinical medicine: an. .4th ed. Sydney: McLennan & Petty, 2001.

Chamberlain’s symptoms and signs in clinical medicine: an introduction to medical diagnosis. 12th ed. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, 1997. An introduction to the symptoms and signs of clinical medicine. London: Arnold, 2001. Browse NL. An introduction to the symptoms and signs of surgical disease. 3rd ed. London: Arnold, 1997. Talley N, O’Connor S. Clinical examination: a systematic guide to physical diagnosis.

Gray D, Toghill P (eds).

Consultant Physician and Cardiologist, Grantham and District. of Physicians for permission to reproduce their guidance on standards for medical record keeping in Chapter 5. The General Medical Council for permission to reproduce extracts from Good Medical Practice (2006). The UK Foundation Programme Office for permission to use extracts from the Foundation Programme Curriculum (2007). Gray D, Toghill P (eds).

By presenting the symptoms and signs in a formalized, systematic manner and by describing in detail the techniques of.Описание: A comprehensive guide to the evaluation of more than 530 signs and symptoms.

By presenting the symptoms and signs in a formalized, systematic manner and by describing in detail the techniques of clinical examination, this text enables students to elicit key symptoms and make sound clinical decisions.

'An Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Clinical Medicine' has been conceived as the medical companion to Browse's hugely successful 'Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Surgical Disease'. Like Browse, it concentrates on the fundamental techniques of history taking and examination, restricting itself to common conditions likely to be seen in everyday practice.The changes in undergraduate curricula in the UK and overseas medical schools have opened up a niche for a 'hands-on' clinical skills book which takes a symptom-oriented approach. This book, with its emphasis on core topics and common conditions will be an invaluable resource for all medical students.Written in an accessible and concise style, 'An Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Clinical Medicine' includes practical 'stop and think' boxes for the reader. These include revision panels, practical points and symptom checklists. Red 'warning flags' are used to indicate critical situations.
Reviews (2)
Clandratha
Symptoms and Signs of Clinical Medicine is a very good book and explains how to approached patients in a systematic fashion.

Gaua
With so much information to be taken on board by clinical students, not only factually but also clinically, it is reassuring to find a book which covers all essentials so well. This highly readable book is written in a very easy-to-understand way and with all the colourful diagrams actually makes reading it fun. This book covers all the core topics that will carry a clinical student through to the exams and beyond.

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