Current Consult Medicine 2007 by Maxine A. Papadakis, Stephen J. McPhee, Roni F. Zeiger

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Publication Date: December 5, 2006 | ISBN: 0071472185

Over 850 disorders commonly seen in hospital and outpatient care

When every second counts, count on CURRENT Consult: Medicine

Practical clinical solutions for more than 850 disorders are just seconds away in CURRENT Consult: Medicine 2007. Developed by the expert editors and clinicians of the bestselling CURRENT Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, this updated resource is your at-a-glance diagnostic and treatment guide to the problems regularly encountered in hospital and practice settings. Turn to any topic, and you'll find the latest clinically pertinent coverage of all aspects of adult inpatient and outpatient care.


Complementing the book's alphabetical presentation is a logical four-part organization (Differential Diagnosis, Diseases in Detail, Diseases in Brief, and Reference Tables)-plus a 2-page bulleted format that promotes rapid retrieval of concepts for time-pressed residents, physicians, and students. Put it all together, and you've got the ultimate on-call and office companion-the one you can count on for optimal in-hospital and outpatient care!

Know what the experts know-and make it part of your practice!
Coverage of more than 850 disorders-covers the most common diseases, syndromes, and symptoms seen in hospital and outpatient settings
Differential Diagnosis-instant access to differential diagnoses for more than 400 frequently encountered symptoms and conditions
Diseases in Detail-alphabetized 2-page spreads containing bulleted Key Features, Clinical Findings, Diagnosis, Treatment, Outcome and Evidence for almost 500 disorders
Diseases in Brief-the “must know” Key Features, Clinical Findings, Diagnosis, and Treatment for over 350 diseases and symptoms
Reference Tables-crystal-clear summaries of diagnostic and treatment options for solving immediate clinical problems
Guidance on choosing laboratory tests and imaging studies
Quick advice on When to Admit and When to Refer
NEW for 2007! Expanded discussion of various diseases-including angina pectoris, atrial fibrillation, cor pulmonale, and familial adenomatous polyposis


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