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Incidental Findings: Lessons from My Patients in the Art of Medicine

by Danielle Ofri

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Ofri examines all the parts of being a medical doctor that disturb her in the series of essays that make up this book. Why do doctors ignore the parts of life of their patients that take place outside the hospital? What is true about the details patients report to their doctors? How does a doctor determine what is true? What can a doctor do to treat a patient when the life elements that need treating lie beyond the realm of medicine? ( )
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Two editions of this book were published by Beacon Press.

Editions: 0807072664, 0807072672

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