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    Jane M. Orient.
    Summary: "The physical exam can either determine disease or confirm good health. When a patient presents to her physician with a set of symptoms, the physical exam and patient history can identify the cause and serve as a guide for subsequent diagnostic testing. It is a key building block in the practice of medicine, yet students and residents have difficulty determining what information is relevant and how it applies to the patient"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    The interview
    The history
    The case record
    General apperance
    The vital signs
    Integument
    Lymph nodes
    The head
    The eye
    The ear
    The nose
    The oropharynx
    The neck
    The breast
    The chest
    The heart
    Arteries
    Veins
    The abdomen
    Male genitalia
    Female genitalia
    The rectum
    The extremities
    The musculoskeletal system
    The neurologic examination
    Clinical reasoning
    Some bedside laboratory tricks
    Annotated bibliography.
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    Ovid
    LWW Health Library (Medical Education)
    LWW Health Library (Internal Medicine)