Description - Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Case-Based Review by E. Allen Liles
The first all-in-one review book for the combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics curriculum -- filled with evidence-based cases!
Internal Medicine/Pediatrics: Case-Based Review is the first book to deliver what medical/pediatric residents truly need: a definitive look at the combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency program. This complete review package brings the Internal Medicine and Pediatrics curricula together, giving you a unified overview of the disciplines that you can't find anywhere else.
This one-of-a-kind guide surveys all the clinical topics taught to med/peds residents, making it indispensable for use as a Morning Report resource, for family practice residents, for clerkship students, and for USMLE Step 3 preparation.
Completely case-based, with over 60 clinical case presentations that feature challenging, instructive, or best-practice scenarios
Each case includes case presentation, physical examination, laboratory studies, case resolution, Q&As, and discussion -- and opens a window on the real world of clinical practice
The perfect companion to the study guides for the internal medicine and pediatric certification and board exams
Authored by a program director for a major Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency program and a chief resident in a Combined Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program
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(272mm x 213mm x 14mm)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - E. Allen Liles
Allen Liles, MD, is the Program Director for the Med/Peds Residency Program, and Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
Richard Wardtrop, MD, PhD, is the Chief Resident in the Combined Med/Peds Residency Program at the UNC School of Medicine.