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Diagnostic Challenges: 150 Cases to Test Your Clinical Skills

by Marshall Goldberg

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Here is an engaging way to sharpen diagnostic skills: a selection of 150 clinical case studies in internal medicine--some demonstrating more than one point. Readers will be challenged by common manifestations of uncommon disorders as well as uncommon presentations of common problems. Each case provides clinical aspects of history taking, physical exams, and differential diagnosis, and represents any one of ten top subspecialties in internal medicine. References are included for each case, both for substantiation and for additional information

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