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CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Study Guide, 2E (Lange Current)


By (author): Gene Quinn, Nathaniel Gleason, Maxine A. Papadakis, Stephen J. McPhee

The ultimate case-based study guide based on the most popular annual resource in internal medicine?now updated
 
CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Study Guide facilitates your analysis of test cases and enhances your recall of internal medicine topics, making it invaluable preparation for any internal medicine examination. This study-enhancing resource covers over 30 core topics that encompass essentials, conditions, presentations, treatment approaches, and diseases seen by general practitioners in the inpatient and outpatient settings.


The study guide utilizes content from CMDT to provide a case-based application that tests key concepts in clinical reasoning, clinical problem-solving, and recognition of essential clinical facts. The second edition of CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Study Guide is extensively updated and examines the most fundamental issues you need to know to succeed on the clerkship shelf exam in Internal Medicine. The study guide includes an expanded format for a more formal and in-depth review and is perfect for instructors utilizing the main CMDT text.

  • Features case-based coverage of 80 must-know diseases and disorders, from skin and hematologic disorders to infectious disorders
  • For each topic, the study guide includes learning objectives; an expanded list of questions to prompt case analysis; a more detailed emphasis on signs and symptoms, lab findings, imaging studies, and medications; additional discussions on therapeutic procedures and outcomes; and full references
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  1. Most wonderful.

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