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Quick reference to internal medicine

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  • 1552 Pages
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Igaku-Shoin , New York
Internal medicine -- Outlines, syllabi, etc., Internal Medicine -- outl
Statement[edited by] Roger C. Bone, Robert L. Rosen.
ContributionsBone, Roger C., Rosen, Robert L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC59 .Q53 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 1552 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1415789M
ISBN 100896402290, 4260142291
LC Control Number93025286

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The book is written for an audience of physicians and residents specializing in internal medicine who will be sitting for their (re)certification specialty board exam within a few weeks of using the : Matthew L. Vestal. Organized by age groups, disease categories, and other particular clinical problems.

Skimpy in references to pertinent literature; detailed index. Useful as a supplement to standard textbooks of general medicine but inadequate as a comprehensive reference work.

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