The book covers unusual cases in Internal Medicine with emphasis on approach to various common clinical symptoms and presentations. It fills a major void in the area of diagnostic approach in clinical cases. There are many books on Internal Medicine, but not many have a case–based teaching approach.
The cases discussed here gives an insight about management of these complex cases which a physician may not be able to address at peripheral level, however, the knowledge about them helps to refer the patient to the concerned doctor.
It helps to analytically assess medical problems, approach to a differential diagnosis and thereby formulate a diagnostic and treatment plan are the challenges in Internal Medicine Patient care depends upon many factors in which foremost is training and knowledge of the concerned doctor.
This book would help the physicians what to do next if they have symptoms in their patients and has been designed to be of use to postgraduates and physicians in their daily practice with clear pictures of the diagnosis and symptoms.
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