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Hutchinsons Clinical Methods


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• Provides a comprehensive account of the traditional methods of patient history-taking and examination but updated with a full account of the role of modern investigative techniques.
• A book for students of all ages and all degrees of experience.
• The most comprehensive account of clinical methods on the market.
• Contents re-ordered into five sections: *The approach to the patient * General assessment * Basic systems * Clinical specialties * Ethics
• New editor joins the textbook - Dr Michael Glynn
• Completely new text presentation and page design
• All line drawings redrawn for improved clarity
• New chapters on: * Nutritional assessment * Diabetes and other metabolic disorders * Intensive care unit * Pain * The face, mouth, jaws and neck
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The book contains both black-and-white and color illustrations.
Bruce E. Johnson

The 20th edition of this textbook focuses on the approach to diagnosis by emphasizing the steps involved. From questioning, to physical examination, to laboratory testing, the text emphasizes the clinical methods used in the typical evaluation. The author has organized each chapter to demonstrate how each type of examination (interview, physical, and laboratory) is important for the physician to progress from symptom to diagnosis. This is a unique and worthy objective. According to the authorr (and he is correct), the book is written for all medical personnel, student to practitioner. The greatest interest, though, will be from medical students. The text is well illustrated with photographs, drawings, and tables. Important points are highlighted and set apart in colored boxes. There are no references. The table of contents and index are adequate. The author states that new chapters have been added on the elderly, endocrinology, and ethics. This is a remarkable book in that it is more than a simple textbook of physical diagnosis. The approach of each chapter is to reproduce the clinical method by proceeding from symptom to diagnosis. The clinical method uses the interview (which is extensively covered), physical findings, and the laboratory exam. Such a comprehensive approach avoids compartmentalization and, indeed, more accurately details the clinical method. Some parts of the book are pedantic and overwritten. But the book as a whole is an excellent resource for physicians at all stages of training or practice.



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• Provides a comprehensive account of the traditional methods of patient history-taking and examination but updated with a full account of the role of modern investigative techniques.
• A book for students of all ages and all degrees of experience.
• The most comprehensive account of clinical methods on the market.
• Contents re-ordered into five sections: *The approach to the patient * General assessment * Basic systems * Clinical specialties * Ethics
• New editor joins the textbook - Dr Michael Glynn
• Completely new text presentation and page design
• All line drawings redrawn for improved clarity
• New chapters on: * Nutritional assessment * Diabetes and other metabolic disorders * Intensive care unit * Pain * The face, mouth, jaws and neck
Bruce E. Johnson

The 20th edition of this textbook focuses on the approach to diagnosis by emphasizing the steps involved. From questioning, to physical examination, to laboratory testing, the text emphasizes the clinical methods used in the typical evaluation. The author has organized each chapter to demonstrate how each type of examination (interview, physical, and laboratory) is important for the physician to progress from symptom to diagnosis. This is a unique and worthy objective. According to the authorr (and he is correct), the book is written for all medical personnel, student to practitioner. The greatest interest, though, will be from medical students. The text is well illustrated with photographs, drawings, and tables. Important points are highlighted and set apart in colored boxes. There are no references. The table of contents and index are adequate. The author states that new chapters have been added on the elderly, endocrinology, and ethics. This is a remarkable book in that it is more than a simple textbook of physical diagnosis. The approach of each chapter is to reproduce the clinical method by proceeding from symptom to diagnosis. The clinical method uses the interview (which is extensively covered), physical findings, and the laboratory exam. Such a comprehensive approach avoids compartmentalization and, indeed, more accurately details the clinical method. Some parts of the book are pedantic and overwritten. But the book as a whole is an excellent resource for physicians at all stages of training or practice.
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Reviewer: Bruce E. Johnson, MD (University of Kansas School of Medicine)
Description: The 20th edition of this textbook focuses on the approach to diagnosis by emphasizing the steps involved. From questioning, to physical examination, to laboratory testing, the text emphasizes the clinical methods used in the typical evaluation.
Purpose: The author has organized each chapter to demonstrate how each type of examination (interview, physical, and laboratory) is important for the physician to progress from symptom to diagnosis. This is a unique and worthy objective.
Audience: According to the authorr (and he is correct), the book is written for all medical personnel, student to practitioner. The greatest interest, though, will be from medical students.
Features: The text is well illustrated with photographs, drawings, and tables. Important points are highlighted and set apart in colored boxes. There are no references. The table of contents and index are adequate. The author states that new chapters have been added on the elderly, endocrinology, and ethics.
Assessment: This is a remarkable book in that it is more than a simple textbook of physical diagnosis. The approach of each chapter is to reproduce the clinical method by proceeding from symptom to diagnosis. The clinical method uses the interview (which is extensively covered), physical findings, and the laboratory exam. Such a comprehensive approach avoids compartmentalization and, indeed, more accurately details the clinical method. Some parts of the book are pedantic and overwritten. But the book as a whole is an excellent resource for physicians at all stages of training or practice.


Product Details:
* ISBN: 0702027995
* ISBN-13: 9780702027994
* Format: Textbook Paperback, 560pp
* Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
* Pub. Date: April 2007
* Edition Description: REV
* Edition Number: 22
* Sales Rank: 487,294

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