Medicine - The Man Who Got Lost in Duty Free / Edition 1

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This book with CD-ROM is the second in an exciting new series that features real-life case studies with video footage of patients (all of whom have generously provided consent to be involved in this unique learning experience for medical students).

Fifty case studies are presented in this book, which proivdes the presentation, the resolution and the basic science related to each specific case. The accompanying video sequence allows the reader to hear and see the patient, providing the 'next best thing' to bedside teaching. Through the direct observation of the patient, information is retained more easily than through a traditional textbook format and gives a human interest to the case studies in a way that has never been done before.

For preclinical medical students (USMLE Step 1 and UK undergraduates), the basic science involved in each case will be of importance; while at higher levels, in the clinical years and postgraduate study (MRCP, MRCS, USMLE Steps 2 and 3), the clinical aspects of the cases will be of great value with the basic science used for revision.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780632053827
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/5/1999
  • Series: Video Casebook Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 176

Table of Contents

1 The man who got lost in duty free.

2 A rash and a nasal voice.

3 A painful, hunched back and bed rest for a year.

4 Palpitations and unusual facies.

5 The man with a lump in the leg.

6 Ear pain, deafness and a trivial nose bleed.

7 The woman with thigh pain and double vision.

8 Lumps, bumps and palpitations.

9 Vomiting and collapse.

10 The man with the rastafarian hat.

11 The hole in the gum.

12 Blackcurrant cordial.

13 Nausea and lethargy.

14 Intermittent abdominal pains.

15 A goitre and stiff hands.

16 The school nurse's daughter.

17 A television fault.

18 The tan that stayed.

19 A hungry, muscular diabetic.

20 Loss of libido, headaches and bad vision.

21 As smooth as a baby's bottom.

22 The perils of a "lie in".

23 The man who couldn't mount a camel.

24 Spousal arousal.

25 A smaller cup of coffee.

26 Nasal discharge.

27 Facial flushing and abdominal cramps.

28 Recurrent haematemesis.

29 Weight loss and itching.

30 Jaundice and poor co-ordination.

31 The woman who giggled on the phone.

32 Slurred speech and choking.

33 An accident on the way to the airport.

34 Eye make up!.

35 The foot that flapped.

36 Dizziness and haematemesis.

37 Numbness, nystagmus and a drooping eyelid.

38 The man who couldn't let go.

39 Ear pain and facial weakness.

40 Muscle weakness and wasting.

41 Table tennis was fine.

42 The smell that wasn't there.

43 Breathlessness after a road traffic accident.

44 Progressive breathlessness.

45 A rash and stiff hands.

46 The man with a sore foot.

47 Recurrent gastrointestinal bleeding.

48 Episodic palpitations.

49 Refractory hypertension.

50 Cyannosis andbreathlessness.

MCQ answers.


Instructions for use of CD, Facing inside back cover

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