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Principles of Pulmonary Medicine (PRINCIPLES…

Principles of Pulmonary Medicine (PRINCIPLES OF PULMONARY MEDICINE…

by Steven E. Weinberger MD FACP

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The 4th Edition of this comprehensive, thoroughly updated resource correlates basic pathophysiogic principles with the radiologic, pathologic, and clinical aspects of disease to provide an integrated, user-friendly approach to the study of pulmonary medicine. It introduces basic anatomic and physiologic concepts; shows how to recognize and evaluate patients presenting with respiratory disease; and helps the reader to be better prepared to choose the very latest and most effective treatments.Guides the reader through the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology relevant to each disease classification to develop a conceptual framework, and then focuses on the clinical aspects and treatment of specific diseases.
Highlights key points in margin notes to facilitate review.
Present the relevant physiology for each class of disorders, and then discusses specific diseases within the class.

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