Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine
Seeking to reflect the state of the art in medical practice, this volume explores strategies for understanding, diagnosing and managing disease. In it, clinicians and investigators report key advances seen across the areas of internal medicine and discuss a wide range of topical issues, including ethics, disease prevention and genetics. With more than 90 chapters, it presents coverage of: alternative medicine; practice guidelines; the impact of genetics on clinical practice; infertility and fertility control; adolescent health care; gene therapy; and treatment strategies. This fifth edition includes new features such as: expanded sections on treatment; more colour illustrations and images; additional clinical guidelines and tables; genetic considerations highlighted by icons; and acronym boxes.
Specifications of Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine
|Number Of Pages||2780|
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