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Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards: Medicine

by: Monaghan, Tanya M.;Thomas, James D.

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Publisher: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PR,01.09.11

Category: MEDICAL Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0199571635
ISBN13: 9780199571635

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Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards are an innovative and versatile aid to revision from the publishers of the famous Oxford Medical Handbooks. Following the same portable format, each card covers a discrete topic, enabling students to revise in bite-sized chunks quickly and safely whilst on the move. These handy double-sided cards can also be used when carrying out an examination, containing the vital techniques and tips students need to know. They are split up into defined sections to allow the reader to find topics quickly, and are supplemented with full colour illustrations to aid quick and confident diagnoses. This set of medicine cards takes a systems-based approach, covering all essential diseases and syndromes in just 141 cards. Each card first describes the clinical examination and symptoms, before covering the need-to-know essentials: aetiology, indications, differential diagnoses, complications and suitable investigations. The final part of each card covers the treatment or management of the disease.