The clinical reasoning process is explained in terms of formation of an initial concept, formation of hypotheses, the further expansion of inquiry tactics, and application of appropriate clinical skills. Over 80 carefully selected cases are featured where pieces of data are interspersed with corresponding pieces of logic. The most common clinical presentations seen in medical practice are covered, and readers get an extensive body of medical knowledge.
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Titolo: Problem Solving in Clinical Medicine
Editore: Lippincott Williams
Edizione: III 1997
Finitura: Copertina flessibile