Signs and Symptoms in Family Medicine: A Literature-Based Approach

by Paul M. Paulman, Jeffrey D. Harrison, Audrey Paulman, Laeth S. Nasir, Sarah K. Bryan
  • Softcover

Signs and Symptoms in Family Medicine, by Paul M. Paulman, MD et al, provides a unique evidence-based approach to diagnosis based on presenting signs. Focusing on the most common diagnoses observed in a medical practice, the book helps you "think horses, not zebras." A rating system for the sensitivity and specificity of the signs, symptoms, and diagnostic tests aids in the development of a focused and accurate differential diagnosis. This handy, take-along guide is ideal for quick reference at the bedside or a refresher while prepping for the boards.

• Confidently diagnose and treat common illnesses and conditions using an evidence-based, systematic approach. A unique ratings system indicates how frequently various symptoms and signs are associated with a particular diagnosis.
• Easily find what you need with consistently organized chapters and an at-a-glance bulleted format.
• "Think horses, not zebras" with a focus on the most frequently encountered diagnoses.
• Rule out the most serious possibilities quickly with differential diagnoses listed in descending order of severity.
• Review symptoms, signs, suggested work-up, and patient disposition for each diagnosis.

Patients present with symptoms, not diagnoses

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ISBN: 9780323049818
Publisher: Saunder
Publication Date: Jan 10, 2011
Cover: softcover
Pages: 656
Weight: 0.500 kg
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