Good. Signed by Previous Owner Text in English (502 pages, plus 16 color plates). 18th Edition (1984). Signed by Previous Owner. Good condition, tight binding, unmarked pages. Knowing how to examine a patient, how to take a full history, and how to interpret the findings is at the core of a doctor's everyday practice. The 18th edition of this classic textbook on clinical examination, first published in 1897, continues the tradition of combining this core knowledge of patient examination with the newer understanding brought about by modern techniques of investigation. The book gives comprehensive coverage to the essential skills needed for history taking and clinical examination. It reviews the relevant investigations that aid the doctor in forming a diagnosis, emphasizing at all stages the importance of the doctor-patient relationship. Bookshelf S-111. Keywords: Diagnosis; Medical; Non-Fiction.
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