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Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine

15th June 2006

20112006_davidsons_principles_and_practicesQ.jpgThis internationally famous and best-selling textbook of general (or internal) medicine is renowned for providing a rational and easily understood basis for the practice of clinical medicine.

Since it was first published this comprehensive text has met the requirements of several generations of medical students preparing for their examinations, while serving as a valuable reference for doctors in training. Rather than page after page of dense text, this reference makes finding information a snap by featuring lavish, colorful visual information. Extensive tables, crib boxes, MRI images, and x-ray films accompany each chapter’s succinct discussions. The book’s clear organization and color-coded chapters make it simple to find just the information you need, when you need it.


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Date Added: 15th Jun 2006

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