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Problem Solving in Rheumatology

Price: £35
· Problem-based learning approach of great value for trainees and CPD of experienced doctors · Relevant to both hospital doctors and GPs
K Pile, Conjoint Professor of Medicine, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; L Kennedy, Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, James Cook University, Douglas, Australia.
This book identifies and resolves a selection of typical individual patient management problems that will confront the GP or rheumatologist in his daily work. More than 50 problems and solutions covering all the major areas of rheumatic disorders are included: rheumatoid arthritis, ankyklosing spondylitis, joint replacement surgery, gout, pain management, fibromyalgia, carpel tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, autoimmune disease and vascular complications, osteoporosis, diet, infections and tumours. In style of the series, each case is accompanied by introductory questions, key references and a management algorithm. The practice of rheumatology is constantly changing with new ways to manage disorders. Problem Solving in Rheumatology shows how recent developments in clinical and pharmaceutical research may be implemented in daily clinical practice. This book will be an invaluable desk reference for the doctor.
Specialists in rheumatology and internal medicine ▪ Orthopaedic surgeons ▪ Doctors in training.

Book Details:
978 1 904392 85 9
298pp; 240 x 170mm; Illustrations; Paperback;
Publication Date: May 2008

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