This practical and highly illustrated aid for medical personnel presents over 200 photographic examples of potential presentations seen in emergency and critical care medicine. Each case demonstrates specific visual clinical signs that are associated with a series of questions, answers, diagnosis, discussion and further references.
Organized randomly in a manner similar to patients who would present their 'chief complaints' to the emergency department, this resource is an invaluable aid for all health care personnel who manage patients in acute care settings. Containing high quality images, it presents the common visual diagnoses that are either pathognomonic or suggestive of specific illnesses.
- Whether you are an experienced clinician in private practice, an academician engaged in teaching, a resident or student in training looking to prepare for tests, this resource will provide you with further experience to excel as a practitioner in the field of medicine.
- An ideal resource for national examination review.
- Provides visual diagnostic clues that might be encountered in acute care scenarios.
- Section 1 includes each visual cue associated with an actual case and a multiple choice question.
- The correct answer and a focused discussion followed in Section 2.
- Enables the teacher or the student to discuss the disease, and importantly the diagnosis and management.