Diagnosis and Management
editore: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
Surgery: Diagnosis and Management is a concise pocket-sized book for use in the day-to-day management of surgical patients. This highly respected, popular guide (previously Dunn's Surgical Diagnosis and Management ) is perfect for on-the-ward reference. This 4th edition has been fully updated. It is particularly valued for its consistent structure in conveying practical information. It also provides a comprehensive foundation for those contemplating a surgical career. It is divided into two parts. Part one (Chapters 1-2) introduces general surgical assessment, ward care, and the principles of surgical practice. Part two (Chapters 3-15) deals with specific surgical conditions and for each includes: A brief description of the condition, to enable clinical understanding the typical 'pattern' of symptoms and signs at presentation the steps needed to prove the diagnosis the general, operative and post operative management This new 4th edition will prove to be invaluable for the busy junior surgical trainee and clinical medical student.