Clinical Methods and Interpretation in Medicine
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The book CLINICAL METHODS AND INTERPRETATION IN MEDICINE gives complete picture of all the systems of the human body. The book is practical guide to medical students to learn proper history-taking from all types of patients including physically handicapped and emotionally fragile patients. The opening chapter discusses as how to interview a patient to collect information that is useful in arriving at diagnosis and in proper management of disease. The general examinations help the doctor in assessing the patient’s condition during an illness. Subsequent chapters cover aspects related to respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urinary, nervous, musculoskeletal, and genital systems along with overview of the anatomy of each system and conditions specific to each system with symptoms. There are chapter which focuses on specific parts of body like eye, nose, oral cavity, pharynx, ear, skin, and thyroid gland. The conditions specific to these organs are also discussed with their symptoms.