This unique book adopts a self learning approach based on case studies of real life situations encountered in daily practice. Beginning with an emphasis on the importance of clinical analysis and accurate diagnosis, the text then examines management dilemmas and recurrent problems in clinical practice. The final section looks at clinical presentations of paediatric tuberculosis, describing how changing inter-relationships between the agent, host and environment can influence clinical manifestations, diagnosis and management of the disease.CASE 94 Bacterial Infection Secondary to Adenoid Hypertrophy History A 4-year- old child was brought for recurrent cough, cold and fever. He used to get high fever 103-104AdF, which did not come down significantly with antipyretics.
|Title||:||Lessons from The Grand Rounds 2 Options in Rational Management|
|Author||:||Amdekar YK, Khare RD, Chokhani RR|
|Publisher||:||JAYPEE BROTHERS PUBLISHERS - 2010-05-31|