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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0632027231, Hardcover)

"Diseases of Children" is a text which aims to show the reader how to combine caring for the child with curing the disorder. In the fifth edition Malcolm Levene added skills in neonatology, and his assumption of overall responsibility for Jolly's Diseases of Children is reflected in further change. This remains a book which focuses primarily on childhood disease and its treatment but which retains the compassionate touch essential to the care of sick children. This book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, junior hospital doctors, and general practitioners. An ELBS/LPBB edition is available

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