Dec 282016
 

Color Atlas of Internal Medicine


By (author): Richard P. Usatine, Gary Ferenchick, Mindy Ann Smith, Jr., E. J. Mayeux, Heidi Chumley

2,000 illustrations enable fast and accurate visual diagnosis of more than 200 internal medicine conditions

5-STAR DOODY’S REVIEW!

”The Color Atlas of Internal Medicine is in the same vein as The Color Atlas of Family Medicine, by many of the same authors, which was published in 2009 and updated in 2013. In my review of the 2009 version, I noted, ‘This is what a modern textbook should be. It is concise yet comprehensive in the breadth of topics and, as the title suggests, robust with color photographs of extraordinarily good quality.’ That statement stands for this book as well — this is what a modern textbook should be. Reiterating my thoughts from 2009, ‘By far, this is one of the best, most useful textbooks I have seen in a very long time. It is a must for the library of every primary care physician.”
–5 Stars–Doody’s Review Service

This beautiful full-color resource delivers everything practicing internists want and need in an atlas. The book features a strong visual approach, the use of introductory cases in all chapters, complete patient management guidance through concise synoptic text, and the inclusion of evidence grades for diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

The Color Atlas of Internal Medicine utilizes a consistent chapter organization that includes:

  • Patient Story
  • Epidemiology
  • Etiology/Pathophysiology
  • Diagnosis
  • Differential Diagnosis
  • Management
  • Prognosis
  • Follow Up
  • Patient Education

The Color Atlas of Internal Medicine is enhanced by an unsurpassed collection of more than 2,000 high-quality clinical, morphologic, laboratory, and radiological images that represent the signs of the disorders you will most often encounter in everyday practice.

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