Rheumatology in Practice
Uses an evidence-based approach with emphasis on diagnostic skills. This provides the trainee with the skills and diagnostic tools needed to cope with any clinical problem he or she is likely to encounter.
Both authors are internationally known and respected giving the book credibility amongst its intended audience and offers opportunities for the book to be adopted at institutions and on reading lists particularly in Europe
Use of question and answer format and consistently challenging questions throughout the text, encouraging the reader to learn and reinforce the basic principles of diagnostic skills.
Full colour illustrations of the clinical examination and highlighted and boxed key points, making the text more reader friendly, thus encouraging the retention of principles and key points in diagnosis and treatment
530 pages; ISBN 9781848825819
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Title: Rheumatology in Practice
Author: J.A. Pereira da Silva; Anthony D. Woolf
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