Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
editore: Churchill Livingstone
Thoroughly updated and revised, this book is a clearly structured and colourfully illustrated guide to the differential diagnosis of symptoms commonly seen by community pharmacists. Organised by body system, each chapter begins with a system overview and a brief guide to history-taking. Each symptom or condition examined according to background; prevalence; aetiology; arriving at a differential diagnosis; questions to ask the patient, and conditions to eliminate. From reviews of the first edition 'Paul Rutter's timely book provides a well-structured guide to making differential diagnoses ...The comprehensive text is easy to read and there are many excellent illustrations ...All community pharmacists - whatever their experience - will find this book an excellent continuing professional development resource. I recommend it' - "The Pharmaceutical Journal".