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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Tietz, Norbert W., Conn, Rex B., Pruden, Elizabeth L.
Presents the clinical aspects of disease in the context of readily acquired diagnostic data.Organized by body system, 70 of the most common disorders, including AIDS, are featured in case study settings.Contents include diagnosis determination through the presentation of patient history, clinical evaluation, and laboratory and other diagnostic data.Each chapter follows the diagnosis determination with a discussion of differential diagnosis, definition of disease, and a brief principle of treatment.Tietz, Norbert W. is the author of 'Applied Laboratory Medicine', published 1992 under ISBN 9780721664743 and ISBN 0721664741.
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