Clinical Methods and Interpretation in Medicine emphasises the importance of history taking and arriving at a diagnosis, and management following general physical and systematic examination.
This book is divided into organ systems. Each system is subdivided into history taking, examination, and drugs with their contraindications. The format provides a coherent and direct approach to the clinical evaluation of the patient.
The chapters on interviewing a patient and physical examination provide a guide to the format of history taking, disease-oriented approach and patient-oriented approach, how to start general observation, check for vital signs, nutritional status, and how to compile a statement on the patient.
The causes, pathogenesis, clinical significance and relevance of systemic symptoms are thoroughly analysed, with over 1000 full colour images and illustrations to enhance understanding.
Clinical Methods and Interpretation in Medicine is a comprehensive guide providing excellent preparation for exams for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, and essential reference material for residents and fellows.
Divided into organ systems, focusing on history taking, examination and prescription for each
Over 1000 full colour images and illustrations
Excellent exam preparation
Ashis Kumar Saha MD (Cal) DTM & H (Cal) FICP Associate Professor, General Medicine, KPC Medical College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Art of Interviewing to a Patient Physical Examinations Respiratory System Cardiovascular System Gastroenterology and Urinary System Eye Disease Nose Oral Cavity and Pharynx Ear Skin Neurology Thyroid Gland Musculoskeletal System Genitalia Index