Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 17th Edition
Anthony Fauci, Eugene Braunwald, Dennis Kasper, Stephen Hauser, Dan Longo, J. Jameson, Joseph Loscalzo
Mcgraw-hill, Mar 6, 2008 - Medical - 2958 pages
Introducing the most dramatically revised edition of Harrison's ever!
Now with NEW bonus DVD with 37 chapters and more than 500 brand new images and video clips!
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The #1 selling medical textbook worldwide, Harrison's has defined internal medicine for millions of clinicians and students. The new 17th Edition retains Harrison's acclaimed balance of pathobiology, cardinal signs and manifestations of disease, and best approaches to patient management, yet has been massively updated to give you an innovative array of bold new features and content. If ever there was one must-have resource for clinicians and students -- this is it!
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As an unprecedented amount of medical information bombards you and your patients, where do you go to sort it out and make sense of it all? When your patients request clarification on something they've “printed off,” where do you turn for expert explanations? The same trusted resource physicians and students have turned to for more than fifty years: Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine. Now more than ever, trust Harrison's to filter and clarify the exploding knowledge base, to highlight the breakthroughs, and to deliver a clear, balanced distillation of the best and most current information on which to base clinical decisions.
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Harrison's = Good MedicineUser Review - Laurie . - Borders
Potential buyers should know right off the bat that this book is for people who have a medical background only- your average person is not going to be able to understand much of it. So who is it for ... Read full review
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