Harrisons Manual of Medicine, 20th Edition by Dennis L KasperPublishers Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.
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Derived from most clinically salient content featured in Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine, 20th Edition, this full color, portable guide covers all diseases and conditions commonly seen in general medical practice. This edition has been updated to reflect the latest clinical developments in medicine.
Designed for quick access and employing an effective blend of concise text, bulleted key points, decision trees, and summary tables, the Manual makes it easy to find what you need at the point of care. The easy-to-navigate chapters use a standard repeating template and cover:
-Etiology and Epidemiology
-Clinically Relevant Pathophysiology
-Signs and Symptoms
-Physical and Laboratory Findings
-Practice Guidelines, and more
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First published in , Harrison's is considered to be the foremost, leading medical reference book worldwide for medical and healthcare students, trainees, their teachers and medical practitioners. Each new edition is comprehensively updated to reflect the latest thinking and information in medical science, diagnoses and treatments.
Dennis L Kasper
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Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine is an American textbook of internal medicine. Although it is aimed at all members of the medical profession, it is mainly used by internists and junior doctors in this field, as well as medical students. It is widely regarded as one of the most authoritative books on internal medicine and has been described as the "most recognized book in all of medicine. The work is named after Tinsley R. Harrison of Birmingham, Alabama , who served as editor-in-chief of the first five editions and established the format of the work: a strong basis of clinical medicine interwoven with an understanding of pathophysiology. It was published in