Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine / Edition 15by Eugene Braunwald, Dennis L. Kasper, Stephen L. Hauser, Anthony S. Fauci
Pub. Date: 02/01/2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Eminently readable, completely current, and dramatically revised, the new fifteenth edition of Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine raises the bar for internal medicine references. Featuring over 90 completely new chapters, Harrison's continues to provide the most authoritative record of internal medicine as practiced by the leading experts in the field./i>… See more details below
Eminently readable, completely current, and dramatically revised, the new fifteenth edition of Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine raises the bar for internal medicine references. Featuring over 90 completely new chapters, Harrison's continues to provide the most authoritative record of internal medicine as practiced by the leading experts in the field. And it gives you the one comprehensive database that covers the full spectrum of issues you need to know now basic science, pathophysiology, presenting clinical signs, diagnosis, and the latest treatment guidelines.
- Expanded treatment with more algorithms and diagnostic decision trees
- A new feature, Genetic Considerations, describes how new advances affect patient care
- Clinical Guidelines now added throughout, provide evidence-based treatment strategies
- Alternative Medicine...a detailed chapter covers this emerging field
- New Chapter on Late Problems in Patients with Cancer
- New guidelines on Adolescent Health Care
- The latest in Gene Therapy with a new chapter on Screening, Prevention, and Counseling for Genetic Disorders
- New chapter on Infertility and Fertility Control
- Neurobiology of Disease highlights numerous advances made during "The disease of the Brain"
- Late-breaking treatment information on multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's and more
- A new color atlas of malaria-infected red blood cells
Table of ContentsPart I: Introduction to Clinical Medicine. Part II: Cardinal Manifestations and Presentation of Disease. Part III: Genetics and Disease. Part IV: Clinical Pharmacology. Part V: Nutrition. Part VI: Oncology and Hematology. Part VII: Infectious Diseases. Part VIII: Disorders of the Cardiovascular System. Part IX: Disorders of the Respiratory System. Part X: Disorders of the Kidney and Urinary Tract. Part XI: Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System. Part XII: Disorders of the Immune System, connective Tissue, and Joints. Part XIII: Endocrinology and Metabolism. Part XIV: Neurologic Disorders. Part XV: Environmental and Occupational Hazards. Appendix A: Laboratory Values of Clinical Importance. Appendix B: Instructions for Collection and Transport of Specimen Culture.
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I am a dual resident in Emergency medicine and internal medicine. I have studied from many medical texts in my training and its rare that you find a book that teaches you while you read it instead of just facts presented on a page. Harrisosn's is, in my oppinion the root for all medicine board questions, and I would trust no other text for my career in internal medicine.