Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Case-Based Review

Paperback | August 7, 2008

byJr., E. Allen Liles, III, Richard M. Wardrop

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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.

Features

  • 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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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 ...

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.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:360 pages, 10.7 × 8.4 × 0.55 inPublished:August 7, 2008Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071485023

ISBN - 13:9780071485029

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1.Evidence Based Medicine

2.66 y/o male with anemia and low back pain

3.29 y/o female with crushing chest pain

4.14 y/o male old with fever, abdominal pain, and new rash

5.36 y/o female with intermittent crushing chest pain

6.5 y/o female child with fever and rash

7.19 y/o male with malaise, weight loss, and cough

8.2 y/o female with cyanosis and lethargy

9.8 day old with poor feeding

10.25 y/o male with fever after return from Thailand

11.30 y/o female with fever and weight loss

12.1 day old female with cyanosis

13. 32 y/o male with neck pain

14.2 day old with lethargy and hypothermia

16.32 y/o male with worsening dyspnea on exertion

17.4 y/o female with tachypnea

18.9 y/o female with fatigue and icterus

19.15 y/o female with new onset of dyspnea

20.65 y/o male with acute onset of left sided pleuritic chest pain

21.4 y/o male with fever, chest pain and altered mental status

22.1 y/o male with lymphadenopathy and fever

23.31 y/o female with pica, alopecia and hirsuitism

24.2 day old male with respiratory distress

25.38 y/o female with hand swelling

26.3 week old male infant with lethargy

27.5 y/o male with ear ache and spells

28.25 y/o male with recurrent aseptic meningitis

29.5 day old male infant with a murmur

30.7 y/o female with diarrhea and pallor

31.33 y/o male new bilateral lower extremity edema

32.5 y/o male with fever and conjunctivitis

33.1 y/o male with linear growth failure for 3 months

34.25 y/o woman with headaches and visual changes x 3 months

35.14 y/o female with dyspnea and exercise intolerance

36.4 y/o male with syncope

37.28 y/o female with progressive dyspnea on exertion and leg edema

38.10 day old male infant with persistent jaundice

39.4 y/o female with abdominal pain and swelling.

40.29 y/o female with dyspnea, chest pain, and palpitations

41.45 y/o male with bloody sputum, tachypnea

42.42 y/o male with progressive SOB

43.5 y/o female with 40 hour history of progressive lethargy, nausea, and yellow skin

44.14 y/o female with blurry vision and tingling arms

45.49 y/o female with 24 hours of right sided numbness and facial droop

46.89 y/o female with dyspnea and diaphoresis 3 days after orthopedic surgery

47.46 y/o male with failure to thrive

48.38 y/o male with syncope and palpitations

49.40 y/o female with dyspnea and weight loss

50.73 y/o female with "fullness in the neck" with exertion

51.66 y/o female with edema and malaise

52.60 y/o female with palpitations, fatigue and night sweats

53.2 y/o female with fever and nystagmus

54.54 y/o white male with fever, rash

55.15 y/o male with rash and abnormal renal function

56.52 y/o woman with chest pain, arm numbness

57.60 y/o male with chronic cough and weight loss

58.7 month old female with rash and failure to thrive

59.5 y/o female with 3 weeks of fever and abnormal cardiac exam

60.2 month old with respiratory failure and hypotension

61.33 y/o male with 1 day history of lower extremity weakness and inability to walk

62.2 y/o female with fever

63.1 day old infant with bilious emesis

64.20 y/o with easy bruising

65.7 y/o with left eye swelling

66.76 y/o with increasing abdominal girth

67.20 y/o with shortness of breath

68.75 y/o with shortness of breath

69.14 day old with lethargy

70.22 y/o with leg pain

71.8 y/o with diarrhea

72.28 y/o with hemoptysis

73.80 y/o man with the worst headache of his life

74.43 y/o with syncope

75.23 y/o female with abdominal pain