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The patient history : an evidence-based approach to differential diagnosis

Author: Mark C Henderson; Lawrence M Tierney, Jr.; Gerald W Smetana
Publisher: New York ; London : McGraw-Hill Medical, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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For medical students and other health professions students, an accurate differential diagnosis starts with The Patient History. The ideal companion to major textbooks on the physical examination, this trusted guide is widely acclaimed for its skill-building, and evidence based approach to the medical history. Now in full color, The Patient History defines best practices for the patient interview, explaining how to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Patient history.
New York ; London : McGraw-Hill Medical, c2012.
(OCoLC)752775534
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark C Henderson; Lawrence M Tierney, Jr.; Gerald W Smetana
OCLC Number: 824604540
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 738 p.) : ill.
Contents: History and physical examination: art and science --
Subtleties of medical history taking --
Patient-centered interviewing --
Clinician-centered interviewing --
Evidence-based clinical decision making --
Dizziness --
Fatigue --
Fever --
Headache --
Insomnia --
Lymphadenopathy --
Night sweats --
Muscle weakness --
Weight gain --
Weight loss --
Red eye --
Ear pain --
Hearing loss --
Tinnitus --
Sore throat --
Inflammatory dermatoses (rashes) --
Pruritus --
Hair loss --
Cough --
Dyspnea --
Hemoptysis --
Chest pain --
Palpitations --
Syncope --
Edema --
Abdominal pain --
Constipation --
Diarrhea --
Dysepsia --
Dysphagia --
Acute gastrointestinal bleeding --
Jaundice --
Nausea and vomiting --
Anorectal pain --
Dysuria --
Hematuria --
Flank pain --
Erectile dysfunction --
Urinary incontinence --
Scrotal pain --
Amenorrhea --
Breast complaints --
Pelvic pain --
Vaginitis --
Abnormal vaginal bleeding --
Neck pain --
Shoulder pain --
Arm and hand pain --
Low back pain --
Buttock, hip, and thigh pain --
Knee and calf pain --
Foot and ankle pain --
Confusion --
Memory loss --
Diplopia --
Gait abnormalities --
Tremor --
Anxiety --
Depressed mood --
The case presentation.
Responsibility: edited by Mark C. Henderson, Lawrence M. Tierney, Jr., Gerald W. Smetana.

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The classic introductory guide the the principles and execution of the patient interview -- now in full color  Read more...

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