Geared to primary care practitioners, The Washington ManualAr of Outpatient Internal Medicine focuses on common ambulatory medical problems encountered in each medical subspecialty. The book has a quick-reference format similar to The Washington ManualAr of Medical Therapeutics, with a standard chapter template, a bulleted style, numerous tables and figures, and a two-color design. All chapters are written by house staff and faculty at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. Coverage includes the traditional internal medicine subspecialties and other areas where problems are frequently seen in the ambulatory setting, such as dermatology, neurology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, and psychiatry. Most subspecialties have separate symptom- and disease-based chapters. The Washington ManualAr is a registered mark belonging to Washington University in St. Louis to which international legal protection applies. The mark is used in this publication by LWW under license from Washington University.However, many cases (up to 50%) are idiopathic. ... The oral and genital mucosa should be examined; mucosal involvement presents with erosions and hemorrhagic crusts. ... Mosquito bites appear as pruritic wheals developing within hours.
|Title||:||Washington Manual® of Outpatient Internal Medicine|
|Author||:||Washington University School of Medicine Department of Medicine, Thomas M. De Fer, Meredith A. Brisco, Rashmi S. Mullur|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-03-29|