Medicine A Guide for Study and Practice Second Edition Ellis Friedman and Roger Moshy Previously entitled Medicine: The Bare Bones, this thoroughly revised edition contains new material plus illustrations and multiple choice questions. A comprehensive, systematic review of the major clinical specialities, it is designed as an aid to study as well as a quick-reference guide to medical practice. The book lends itself to many uses. Its appeal to students is obvious, but because its coverage is wider than that of the undergraduate curriculum it can also be used as a revision aid for postgraduate examinations. In addition, the junior doctor will find the summaries of investigations, differential diagnoses and management invaluable; for nurses, the book provides at-a-glance information on patient care; lecturers will use it as a teaching aid; and even some specialists may use it as a quick update on subjects no longer familiar. This book is not a crammer - it is first and foremost a guide for students, doctors and health professionals, to use during study or as part of day-to-day practice.Reviews of the first edition: "A rapid reference source for the basic details of a vast range of conditions." Hospital Update "For anyone with imminent exams (and it is suitable beyond finals) it is hard to better as a revision aid." Leicester Medical Review "A first-class revision text." Cambridge Medicine And from the same authors: Medicine: The Bare Essentials Checklists for Study and Practice 1989
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