Internal Medicine

Paperback | May 2, 1996

EditorR.R. ClaudetbyDala R. Jarolim

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Updated, revised and organized, the new Second Editions in the Clinical Sciences Series reflect the format of the USMLE Step 2. Each volume systematically presents the core information of a single segment of the medical curriculum, from Family Medicine to Psychiatry. You will also learn time-honored tricks of the trade,as well as the latest advances in clinical medicine: new diagnostic tools, new therapeutic interventions, and new pharmacologic options.

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The intent of the Oklahoma notes is to provide students with a set of texts that present the basic information of the general medical school curriculum in such a manner that the content is clear, concise and can be readily absorbed

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Updated, revised and organized, the new Second Editions in the Clinical Sciences Series reflect the format of the USMLE Step 2. Each volume systematically presents the core information of a single segment of the medical curriculum, from Family Medicine to Psychiatry. You will also learn time-honored tricks of the trade,as well as the l...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:424 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0.27 inPublished:May 2, 1996Publisher:Springer New York

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ISBN - 10:0387946365

ISBN - 13:9780387946368

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Table of Contents

Contents: Cardiology.- Respiratory Diseases.- Renal Diseases.- Rheumatology - Immunology.- Infectious Diseases.- Gastroenterology.- Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease.- Psychophysiologic Syndromes.- Hematology.- Medical Oncology.- Endocrinology.- Drugs and Their Interactions.- Ethics.- Introduction to U.S. Hospitals.- Questions.- Answers.

From Our Editors

The intent of the Oklahoma notes is to provide students with a set of texts that present the basic information of the general medical school curriculum in such a manner that the content is clear, concise and can be readily absorbed