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For over twenty years, Cecil Essentials of Medicine has been a trusted and respected name in medicine. The new, 6th Edition carries on this legacy, laying the groundwork for effective diagnosis and treatment and encapsulating the core of internal medicine in an easy-to-read format. From recent developments in genetics and immunology to innovations in therapeutic approaches, readers will find concise coverage of today's best concepts and techniques.

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· Access to a single cecilmedicine.com website - a unified gateway to Cecil Essentials of Medicine content and Cecil Textbook of Medicine content and PDA downloads.
· Presents new material on molecular diagnostics and the molecular therapies now being used in practice.
· Offers a new section, Men's Health, that covers erectile function and dysfunction, common tumors (penile, testicular, and prostate), and general health issues.
· Includes a new chapter on Bioterrorism, in the Infectious Disease section.
· Incorporates "Future Trends" boxes to highlight the scientific developments that will soon impact the clinical management of disease.
· Uses an all-new full-color design, with new full-color figures and clinical photographs, to enhance readability and to better illustrate the presentation of common diseases.
· Updates all of the references to focus on key journal articles.
· Features the expertise of seven new section editors.

The book contains predominantly color illustrations, with some black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Sally Ling, M.D.;FACP(University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine)
Description: This is the sixth edition of Cecil Essentials of Medicine the intent of which, as it was with its predecessors, is to be "a comprehensive textbook of internal medicine written with brevity...and clarity." The previous edition was published four years ago.
Purpose: The purpose is to be a user-friendly reference and companion to any or all of us who are continually learning in internal medicine.
Audience: The audience is internal medicine practitioners. The authors are an impressive group of academic physicians.
Features: This book covers every aspect of internal medicine, beginning with the molecular basis of human disease, to bioterrorism and the aging patient. "Tables and four-color illustrations enhance the layout in each chapter."
Assessment: This edition continues in the tradition that has made it a standard for the past 20 years. This single volume contains many updates including new molecular therapies, a section on men's health, and bioterrorism.
Mark E. Hroncich
This abbreviated textbook of internal medicine provides an overview of the pathophysiology, presentation, and evaluation of internal medicine problems. This third edition replaces the 1990 edition. The purpose is to provide a concise yet comprehensive text of internal medicine topics. The book accomplishes this goal well. This book fulfills a need for internal medicine students at certain levels of training. This book is written for third- and fourth-year medical students and first- and second-year internal medicine residents. The editors target this audience well with contributors who are credible authorities on the subjects. The book is well organized and is without excessive overlap. The tables and illustrations are liberally provided and enhance and simplify the text. The references are very current and of good quality. The organization of the book makes information easy to find. This is a readable textbook of medicine. It is well written and comprehensive. The chapters of the book are rounded out with excellent tables and charts. The references are strong and current. It would be an excellent accompaniment to a student on a junior or senior medicine clerkship or an early house officer on a medicine rotation. There is enough new material in this book to warrant replacing previous editions.
Patrick Tosetti
This is the fourth edition of an abbreviated text of internal medicine that provides an overview of the pathophysiology, presentation, and evaluation of internal medicine problems. Its purpose is to provide a concise summary of the core elements of internal medicine. The book admirably serves its most likely audience of students and medical residents. It should also be a useful reference for non-internal medicine practitioners. The standard Cecil Textbook of Medicine or one of its counterparts (e.g. Harrison's) would better serve internists and specialists. The book is organized by organ system, covering the majority of diseases encountered in the practice of internal medicine. Most sections begin with a general description of common manifestations of diseases of that system. Many sections present a short review of physiology and a summary of diagnostic tests. The chapters end with a list of references that are short and often old. Readers will need to refer to the larger Cecil for a useful list. Cecil Essentials is an excellent choice for medical students and internal medicine residents. The scope is broad, but it is easy to read and not overwhelming. It is among the top choices of medical students with whom I have worked. It would be an excellent addition for those learning internal medicine.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721601472
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/31/2003
  • Series: Cecil Medicine Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 1216
  • Product dimensions: 8.28 (w) x 10.68 (h) x 1.51 (d)

Table of Contents

I. Introduction to Molecular Medicine
1. Molecular Basis of Human Disease — Loscalzo

II. Decision-Making in Medical Practice
2. Evidence-based Medicine, Quality of Life, and the Cost of Medicine – Farajallah
• Beland

III. Cardiovascular Disease
3. Structure and Function of the Normal Heart and Blood Vessels – Awtry
• Loscalzo
4. Evaluation of the Patient with Cardiovascular Disease – Awtry
• Loscalzo
5. Diagnostic Tests and Procedures in the Patient with Cardiovascular Disease – Mendes
• Loscalzo
6. Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy – Mendes
• Loscalzo
7. Congenital Heart Disease – Mendes
• Loscalzo
8. Acquired Valvular Heart Disease – Mendes
• Loscalzo
9. Coronary Heart Disease – Awtry
• Loscalzo
10. Cardiac Arrhythmias – Awtry
• Loscalzo
11. Myocardial and Pericardial Disease – Mendes
• Loscalzo
12. Other Cardiac Topics – Mendes
• Loscalzo
13. Vascular Diseases and Hypertension – Awtry
• Loscalzo

IV. Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
14. Approach to the Patient with Respiratory Disease – Slovis
• Brigham
15. Anatomic and Physiologic Considerations – Slovis
• Brigham
16. Diagnosis Techniques and Their Indications – Slovis
• Brigham
17. Obstructive Lung Disease – Slovis
• Brigham
18. Interstitial and Infiltrative Lung Disease – Slovis
• Brigham
19. Disorders of the Pleural Space, Mediastinum, and Chest Wall – Slovis
• Brigham
20. Neoplastic Disease of the Lung – Slovis
• Brigham
21. Disordered Breathing – Slovis
• Brigham
22. Environmental and Occupational Injury – Slovis
• Brigham
23. Essentials of Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine – Slovis
• Brigham
24. Elements of Renal Structure and Function – Chatoth
25. Approach to the Patient with Renal Disease – Barri
• Shah
26. Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders – Andreoli
• Abul-Ezz
27. Glomerular Diseases – Shah
28. Major Nonglomerular Disroders – Chatoh
29. Vascular Disorders of the Kidney – Barri
30. Acute Renal Failure – Shah
31. Chronic Renal Failure – Shah

V. Gastrointestinal Disease – Mike Wolfe (lead author)
32. Common Clinical Manifestations of Gastrointestinal Disease —
A. Abdominal Pain – Achkar
B. Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage – Zuccaro, Jr.
C. Malabsorption – Soffer
D. Diarrhaea – Soffer
33. Endoscopic and Radiographic Procedures – Vargo II
34. Diseases of the Esophagus — Richter
35. Diseases of the Stomach and Duodenum — Falk
36. Inflamatory Bowel Disease – Brzezinski
37. Neoplasms of the Gastrointestinal Tract – Burke
38. Diseases of the Pancreas – Conwell

VI. Diseases of the Liver and Biliary System
39. Laboratory Tests in Liver Disease – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas
40. Jaundice – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas
41. Acute and Chronic Hepatitis – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas
42. Fulminant Hepatic Failure – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas
43. Cirrhosis of the Liver and Its Complications – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas
44. Neoplastic, Infiltrative, and Vascular Diseases of the Liver – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas
45. Disorders of the Gallbladder and Biliary Tract – Fallon
• McGuire
• Abrams
• Arguedas

VII. Hematologic Disease
46. Hematopoiesis and Hematopoietic Failure – Wang
• Berliner
47. Clonal Disorders of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell – Wang
• Berliner
48. Disorders of Red Blood Cells – Berliner
49. Clinical Disorders of Neutrophils – Berliner
50. Disorders of Lymphocytes – Lacy
51. Normal Hemostasis – Rinder
52. Disorders of Hemostasis: Bleeding – Rinder
53. Disorders of Hemostasis: Thrombosis – Rinder

VIII. Oncologic Disease
54. Cancer Etiology: Oncogenes and Environmental/Toxic Factors – Desch
55. Cancer Epidemiology and Cancer Prevention – Griggs
56. Solid Tumors – Griggs
• Desch
57. Complications of Cancer – Griggs
58. Principles of Cancer Treatment – Desch

IX. Metabolic Disease – Reed Pyeritz
59.Eating Disorders – Herbert
60. Principles of Nutritional Support in Adult Patients – Herbert
61. Disorders of Lipid Metabolism – Herbert
62. Disorders of Metals and Metalloproteins – Herbert
63. Inherited Disorders of Connective Tissue – Herbert

X. Endocrine Disease
64. Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis – Herman-Bonert
65. The Thyroid Gland – Herman-Bonert
• Friedman
66. The Adrenal Gland – Friedman
67. Male Reproductive Endocrinology – Braunstein
68. Diabetes Mellitus – Barnett
• Braunstein
69. Hypoglycemia – Barnett

XI. Women’s Health
70. Women’s Health: General Concepts – Hodder
• Taylor
71. Hormonal Influences on Women’s Health – Hodder
• Taylor
72. Diseases Common in Women – Hodder
• Taylor

XI. Men’s Health – Joseph Smith (lead author)
73. Erectile Disfunction
74. Prostate Cancer
75.

XII. Diseases of Bone and Bone Mineral Metabolism
76. Normal Physiology of Bone and Bone Minerals – Bringhurst
77. The Parathyroid Glands, Hypercalcemia, and Hypocalcemia – Finkelstein
78. Osteomalcia and Rickets – Bringhurst
79. Osteoporosis – Finkelstein
80. Paget’s Disease of Bone – Seton

XIII. Musculoskeletal and Connective Tissue Disease
81. Approach to the Patient with Rheumatic Disease – Korn
82. Rheumatoid Arthritis – Korn
83. Spondyloarthropathies – Merkel
84. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus – Merkel
85. Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome – Merkel
86. Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma) – Korn
87. Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies – Simms
88. Sjogren’s Syndrome – Merkel
89. Vasculitides —- Merkel
90. Crystal Arthropathies – Korn
91. Osteoarthritis – Simms
92. Nonarticular Soft Tissue Disorders – Simms
93. Rheumatic Manifestations of Systemic Disorders – Simms

XIV Infectious Disease
94. Organisms That Infect Humans – Lederman
95. Host Defenses Against Infection – Salata
• Terry Mylonakis
96. Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases – Lederman
97. Antimicrobal Therapy – Lederman
98. Fever and Febrile Syndromes – Salata
99. Bacteremia –Salata
100. Infections of the Nervous System – Salata
101. Infections of the Head and Neck – Lederman
102. Infections of the Lower Respiratory Tract – Lederman 103. Infections of the Heart and Vessels – Lederman
104. Skin and Soft Tissue Infections – Lederman
105. Intra-Abdominal Abscess and Peritonitis – Lederman
106. Infectious Diarrhea – Lederman
107. Infections Involving Bones and Joints – Lederman
108. Infectious of the Urinary Tract – Lederman
109. Nosocomial Infections – Lederman
110. Bioterrorism – Robert Bradshaw (lead author)
111. Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Salatta
112. HIV Infection and the Acquired – Carpenter
• Lederman
113. Immunodeficiency Syndrome
114. Infections in the Immunocompromised Host – Salata
115. Infectious Diseases of Travelers: Protozoal and Helminthic Infections – Salata

XV. Neurologic Disease
116. Neurologic Evaluation of the Patient – Marshall
117. Disorders of Consciousness – Simon
118. Disorders of Sleep – Simon
119. Focal Brain Disease – Counihan
120. Dementia and Memory Disturbances – Marshall
121. Disorders of Mood and Behavior – Marshall
122. Disorders of Thermal Regulation – Simon
123. Headache, Neck Pain, and Other Painful Disorders – Counihan
124. Disorders of Vision and Hearing – Counihan
125. Dizziness – Simon
126. Disorders of the Motor System – Marshall
127. Developmental and Neurocutaneous Disorders – Griggs
128. Cerebrovascular Disease – Counihan
129. Trauma to Head and Spine – Simon
130. Epilepsy – Griggs
131. Central Nervous System Tumors – Griggs
132. Infectious Diseases of the Nervous System – Griggs
• Simon
133. Demyelinating and Inflammatory – Griggs
134. Neuromuscular Diseases: Disorders of the Motor Neuron and Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Disease – Griggs
135. Muscle Diseases – Griggs
136. Neuromuscular Junction Disease – Griggs

XVI. The Aging Patient – Bill Applegate (lead author)
137. The Biology of Aging – Lipschitz
• Reis
• Sullivan

XVII. Substance Abuse
138. Alcohol and Substance Abuse – Ivor Benjamin (lead author)

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