Clinical Pearls In Cardiology

34,24 € 32,92 €
Hemanth IK
Fecha Publicacion
12 ene. 2017
Clinical Pearls in Cardiology is a concise collection of vital information on the signs and symptoms of heart diseases. This pocket-sized, quick reference guide is comprised of more than 200 questions and answers on clinical cardiology. The book is divided into 10 chapters, covering history taking and general examination, pulse and blood pressure, the precordium, heart diseases and radiology. The book features analysis of the common symptoms of heart diseases, with pathophysiological explanations and differential diagnoses for each symptom. Symptoms covered include chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, dizziness and leg swelling. Clinical Pearls in Cardiology covers the essentials of cardiology in a simple, compact style. Presented in a question and answer format and enhanced by 36 illustrations, this book is an ideal resource for undergraduate and postgraduate cardiology students. Key Points                       More than  200 questions and answers on clinical cardiology Features analysis of a range of heart disease symptoms 36 illustrations Author information  Hemanth IK MD Associate Professor in Cardiology, KMCT Medical College, Kerala, India Contents 1. Basics of Skin and Neonatal Dermatoses 2. Vascular, Melanocytic and other Nevi 3. Genodermatoses 4. Disorders of Keratinisation 5. Infections and Infestations 6. Exanthems of Infective Etiology 7. Eczema and Dermatitis 8. Papulosquamous Disorders 9. Vesiculobullous Diseases 10. Neurocutaneous Disorders 11. PigmentaryDisorders 12. Nutritional Deficiency Disorders 13. Urticaria, Mast Cell and Histiocytic Disorders 14. Metabolic Disorders 15. Collagen Vascular Diseases and Vasculitis 16. Diseases of Hair and Nail 17. Acne, Rosacea and Hidradenitis Suppurativa 18. Adverse Drug Eruptions 19. Striae and Scars 20. Miscellaneous Dermatoses 21. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Patient Education and Counselling Bibliography Index
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