The Fourth Edition of this textbook teaches the artful science of the patient interview and the physical examination. Chapters are filled with clinical pearls, vignettes, step-by-step methods, and explanations of the physiologic significance of findings. New features include qPoints to Rememberq, over 300 questions with answers and discussion, over 120 additional references, and expanded discussions of the usage and pitfalls of evidence-based medicine. Other highlights include expanded and updated discussions of sleep apnea, qminorq head trauma, cervical spine involvement in rheumatoid arthritis, transplantation-related problems, adverse effects of AIDS therapy, and more. A companion Website includes fully searchable text and a 300-question test bank.The specialist looks inside your nose and announces: Well, all right, Ia#39;ll take care of your right nostril, but I really dona#39;t handle left nostrils; for that ... TO REMEMBER : ac The nose is affected by systemic or local conditions involving skin, cartilage, bone, and mucous membranes. ... Nose piercing for decorative purposes may cause infection and swelling, particularly if the stud is retained within the tissues.
|Title||:||Sapira's Art and Science of Bedside Diagnosis|
|Author||:||Jane M. Orient|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-03-28|