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- McGraw-Hill Education 2011; US$ 23.00
"Flashcards in a book" provide a comprehensive yet concise review for the internal medicine clerkship Maximum Retention -- Minimum Time Deja Review: Internal Medicine boils down your coursework to just the critical concepts you need to know for exam success. This unbeatable guide features a quick-read, two-column, ?flashcard in a book?... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 17.06
Twenty per cent of the UK population - 12 million people - suffer IBS-related symptoms, but they may be unaware that the simple elimination of starch from their diet can bring dramatic relief from pain and discomfort. In this revised edition, Carol Sinclair, a sufferer who has successfully overcome IBS and arthritic pain, brings you a... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2011; US$ 50.00
The most thorough and up-to-date review available for the the Internal Medicine clerkship exam and USMLE Step 2 CK Organized by system, LANGE Q&A Internal Medicine features more than 1000 USMLE-style questions and answers with concise but comprehensive explanations of correct and incorrect answer options. This trusted review simulates the... more...
- Oxford University Press 2008; US$ 18.99
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) remains one of the most controversial illnesses, both in terms of its causes, and the best ways to treat the illness. For years, sufferers have had to deal with scepticism from their families, employers, and even health care professionals. The vast amount of conflicting advice that has been published up to now has served... more...
- Icon Books 2011; US$ 11.65
?A book that would have had Darwin swooning ? anyone seriously interested in who we are and how we function should read this book? Guardian. At the beginning of this century enormous progress had been made in genetics. The Human Genome Project finished sequencing human DNA. It seemed it was only a matter of time until we had all the answers to... more...
- Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 67.99
This question-and-answer companion to The Brigham Intensive Review of Internal Medicine, which is based upon the popular review course from Harvard Medical School, is a study guide for the American Board of Internal Medicine certification or maintenance of certification examination, as well as for general practice review by physicians and residents.... more...
- Crown Publishing Group 2007; US$ 19.00
The fourth leading cause of death in the United States, COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, affects an estimated 35 million Americans. Yet only half are aware that they are seriously ill. Life and Breath , by Dr. Neil Schachter, is the first book that alerts people to their risks for COPD and explains the steps they need to take to prevent... more...
- Landes Bioscience 2009; US$ 129.00
Cockayne syndrome (CS) is a rare autosomal genetic disorder that was first identified almost 62 years ago by Alfred Cockayne and was named after him. The earliest publication record (PubMed) available is a paper by Marie et al in 1958. Since then 815 research papers including excellent reviews have been published (PubMed, December 2008), yet we are... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.99
Read it. You're already living it. Was diabetes evolution's response to the last Ice Age? Did a deadly genetic disease help our ancestors survive the bubonic plagues of Europe? Will a visit to the tanning salon help lower your cholesterol? Why do we age? Why are some people immune to HIV? Can your genes be turned on -- or off? Joining the ranks... more...