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Arthritis and Allied Conditions: A Textbook of Rheumatology (Two Volume…

by William J Koopman

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Provides a comprehensive review of both the basic science and clinical aspects of rheumatic disease. This two-volume set is an account of useful information on all areas of rheumatology. It delivers clinically relevant information on the advances in basic sciences, clinical pharmacology of antirheumatic drugs, differential diagnosis and treatment. This review also includes coverage of epidemiology, pathophysiology, immunology and cartilage and joint function. It includes over 850 illustrations, halftones, radiographs and micrographs to clarify points.

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