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Medicine

- A Competency-Based Companion

’˜ŽÒ : J.L.Israel & A.R.Tunkel
o”ÅŽÐ : SAUNDERS
ISBN : 978-1-4160-5351-4
ƒy[ƒW” : 803pp.(180illus.)
o”Å”N : 2013”N

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Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction

How to Study this Book / The Competencies / Tips for the Medicine Clerkship
Section 2: Ambulatory Internal Medicine
Tips for Learning on the Ambulatory Clerkship / Preventive Medicine / Common Symptoms in Ambulatory Internal Medicine / The Complex Patient
Section 3: Cardiovascular Diseases
Chest Pain / Congestive Heart Failure / Palpitations and Arrhythmias / Hypertension
Section 4: Pulmonary Diseases
Dyspnea / Cough / Hemoptysis / Pulmonary Nodule
Section 5: Renal Diseases and Electrolyte Disorders
Acute Kidney Injury / Edema / Acid-Base Disorders / Abnormal Electrolytes / Hematuria / Dysuria / Renal Mass
Section 6: Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases
Abdominal Pain / Nausea and Vomiting / Esophageal Dysphagia / Gastrointestinal Bleeding / Constipation / Diarrhea / Jaundice
Section 7: Hematologic Diseases
Elevated Blood Counts / Pancytopenia / Excessive Bleeding or Clotting / Lymphadenopathy and Splenomegaly
Section 8: Oncologic Diseases
Breast Mass / Prostate Mass / Testicular Mass / Neck Mass / Pigmented Skin Lesions / Incidentally Discovered Mass Lesions / Oncologic Emergencies / Paraneoplastic Syndromes
Section 9: Endocrine Diseases
Polyuria and Polydipsia / Hypoglycemia / Weight Gain and Obesity / Weight Loss / Amenorrhea / Fragility Fracture
Section 10: Rheumatologic Diseases
Acute Joint Pain / Chronic Joint Pain
Section 11: Infectious Diseases
Rash / Skin and Soft Tissue Infections / Upper Respiratory Tract Infections / Genital Ulcers / Vaginitis and Urethritis / Fever in the Hospitalized Patient
Section 12: Neurologic Diseases
Altered Mental Status / Dementia / Seizures / Abnormal Movements / Headache / Dizziness and Vertigo / Weakness
Section 13: Appendices
How to Interpret a Chest Radiograph / How to Interpret an Electrocardiogram