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Delivers guidance on diagnosis and treatment of 700+ medical conditions.
A clinical support reference that puts over 600 urgent care topics at your fingertips in a proven, rapid-access format.
Delivers the practical advice you need when treating infants, children, and adolescents, with information on over 460 diseases, including differential diagnosis, treatment options, and continuing care
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Captures recent advances in assessment, treatment and biological understanding of late life neuropsychiatric disorders. Provides current state of scientific understanding as well as the practical skills and knowledge base required for dealing with mental disorders in late life.
Comprehensive source of high quality emergency department images available. Diagnostic accuracy and prognostic prediction often rely heavily on visual clues.
This Atlas is intended to assist the busy clinician in diagnosis, work-up and disposition.
Emphasizes quick recall of major diagnostic features and brief descriptions of disease processes, followed by approaches for definitive diagnosis and treatment. Epidemiology, pathophysiology, and pathology are discussed to the extent that they contribute to the ultimate purpose of the book, which is guidance for patient care.
This book is organized into topics related to disease screening, disease prevention, and disease management for quick reference to the evaluation and treatment of the most common primary care disorders.
This text aims to be both scholarly and practical. It covers the most important topics in a format that is complete but efficient for the mental health professional in training or the clinician seeking an update. It is designed to be used as a core text for child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship training and will serve also as a reference for practicing child and adolescent psychiatrists, pediatricians, family physicians, general psychiatrists, child neurologists, psychologists, advanced practice nurses, and psychiatric social workers.