DeGowin's Diagnostic Examination, Ninth Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 17, 2008 - Medical - 976 pages
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  • The perfect “bridge” book between physical exam textbooks and clinical reference books
  • Covers the essentials of the diagnostic exam procedure and the preparation of the patient record
  • Includes overviews of each organ/region/system, followed by the definition of key presenting signs and their possible causes
  • Unrivaled in its comprehensive coverage of differential diagnosis, organized by systems, signs, and syndromes

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Part 1 The Diagnostic Framework
Part 2 The Diagnostic Examination
Part 3 Preoperative Evaluation

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Richard LeBlond, MD runs the Primary Care Clinic at the University of Iowa. Nationally known for his expert diagnostic skills. Professor of Medicine, University of Iowa.

Donald Brown, MD, Professor of Medicine, University of Iowa. Also known nationally for his diagnostic skills and for his teaching abilities-constantly voted by medical students at Iowa as one of the top teachers in the program.

Richard DeGowin, MD, Professor Emeritus, University of Iowa.

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