Data interpretation questions based on clinical cases are a popular means of testing medical students both during undergraduate studies and as an element of finals examinations.
Written by a small team of authors with extensive teaching experience, 100 Cases in Medical Data Interpretation provides invaluable guidance from lecturers who understand from personal experience that detailed and accurate explanations are the key to successful revision.
This book presents 100 cases arranged by specialty area―radiology, clinical chemistry, haematology and cardiology―as well as a random section of miscellaneous cases.
Questions accompanying each case prompt the reader to consider how the data presented might be correctly understood.
A clear discussion of how the correct answer was reached, with boxed highlights and bullet lists of key points, makes this book an excellent learning aid during all stages of clinical studies, and particularly while preparing for medical finals.