Pediatric Diagnostic Examination : An essential guide to interpreting signs and symptoms in infants, children, and adolescents

Pediatric Diagnostic Examination

An essential guide to interpreting signs and symptoms in infants, children, and adolescents

This well-illustrated, full-color handbook offers a logical, systematic approach to differential diagnosis is children, and is ideal for developing the skills and confidence necessary for diagnosing pediatric patients. Incorporating must-know anatomy, pathophysiology, and diagnostic tools, Pediatric Diagnostic Examination will sharpen your ability to effectively manage every step of the diagnostic examination process.

Features:

  • Icons that lead you quickly and easily to key signs, problems, findings, and syndromes
  • Easy-to-follow, consistent template for all chapters, covering physiology and mechanics, functional anatomy, taking patient history, key symptoms and signs, suspicions, diagnostic tools, and important clinical alerts
  • Useful for diagnosing children of all ages
  • Coverage of all regions and systems
  • Numerous diagrams, tables, and clinical photographs-all in full-color
  • Written by practicing pediatricians experienced enough to know the complications and pitfalls you will encounter in daily practice

 

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