1 edition of Contributions to clinical medicine found in the catalog.
|Statement||by T. M"Call Anderson ; edited by James Hinshelwood|
|Contributions||Anderson McCall, 1836-1908, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||415|
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The Lancet CONTRIBUTIONS TO CLINICAL MEDICINE. John Taylor M.D. PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL MEDICINE IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, AND PHYSICIAN TO UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL, LONDON.
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professor or clinical medicine in university college, and physician to university college hospital, : M.D. John Taylor. The Lancet CONTRIBUTIONS TO CLINICAL MEDICINE. JohnW. Goodwin M.D. CANTAB. PHYSICIAN TO THE SUFFOLE GENERAL HOSPITAL.
TilE cases on record of eyl' hili:ic affections of the brain are not numerous, at least in this country, and materials are much wanted to furnish the clinical history of this important and in- teres' ing class of : JohnW. Goodwin. Now in its tenth edition, Kumar & Clark’s Clinical Medicine is fully updated and revised under a new team of editors.
Featuring new chapters covering: o Diagnosis: the art of being a doctor – helping readers to develop a confident clinical method in interactions with patients Contributions to the e-book by members of the International. the lancet contributions to clinical medicine. John Taylor M.D. PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL MEDICINE IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, AND PHYSICIAN TO UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL, LONDON.
rERICARDITIS. CASE A man aged eighteen, after exposure to rain, had symp- toms of pericarditis, f01lowed by sub-acute rheumatism; signs of incipient phthisis Author: M.D.
John Taylor. Literature and medicine: contributions to clinical practice. Charon R(1), Banks JT, Connelly JE, Hawkins AH, Hunter KM, Jones AH, Montello M, Poirer S.
Author information: (1)College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, New York. Comment in Ann Intern Med. Dec 15;(12); author reply Cited by: Contributions to the e-book by members of the International Advisory Board to amplify areas of clinical importance in their parts of the : Book.
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Overall you will need to find a textbook that suits your needs. For me this is Kumar and Clark’s Clinical Medicine. This new edition has an updated layout that makes it easier to navigate/5(5).
Grant Support: In part by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Faculty Scholar Award in General Internal Medicine (; grant no. Kaiser CU) awarded to Dr.
Charon and the Kaiser Narrative-in-Medicine Circle, during whose meetings this paper was conceptualized and written. ×Cited by: A comprehensive list of McGraw Hill's clinical medicine books.
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'This book is stunning in its breadth and ease-of-use. It still remains the "gold standard", thorough guide to clinical medicine its forefathers were.' BMA Medical Book Awards judges. New to this edition: 2 new chapters: Global Health and Women's Health.
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Well theres a Kumar and Klarke pocket handbook, which is the bare essentials of general medicine and thats quite useful for carrying around although its mainly theory rather than practical advice which is the area of the oxford handbook of clinical medicine.
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Study of organ inferiority and its psychical compensation; a contribution to clinical medicine. [Alfred Adler; Smith Ely Jelliffe] -- The purpose of this book is to add to clinical medicine a further principle of research.
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