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    editors, Kevin J. Knoop, Lawrence B. Stack, Alan B. Storrow, R. Jason Thurman.
    Summary: "Emergency care is defined by time and the emergency department is the most diverse melting pot of acute conditions in the hospital. Diagnostic accuracy, prognostic prediction, and the treatment pathways rely heavily on visual clues. We desire to maximize this skill for the benefit of our patients. We also strongly believe the visual experience, while sometimes downplayed within the hectic and time-pressured environment of modern medicine, is critical to ideal education. Images can teach faster and with greater impact than many pages of text or hours of lecture. We continue our pursuit of these goals with a substantially updated, expanded, and improved fifth edition of The Atlas of Emergency Medicine. Nearly all of our changes and additions come from reader suggestions and criticisms, all received with sincere gratitude. The audience for this text is all who provide emergency medical care, including clinicians, educators, residents, nurses, prehospital caregivers, and medical students. Many have also found it extremely useful as a review for written board examinations containing pictorial questions. Other healthcare workers, such as internists, family physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants will find the Atlas a useful guide in identifying and treating many acute conditions, where visual clues significantly guide, improve, and expedite diagnosis as well as treatment"-- Provided by publisher.

    Head and facial trauma
    Ophthalmic conditions
    Funduscopic findings
    Ophthalmic trauma
    Ear, nose, and throat conditions
    Oral conditions
    Chest and abdomen
    Urologic conditions
    Sexually transmitted infections and anorectal conditions
    Gynecologic and obstetric conditions
    Extremity trauma
    Extremity conditions
    Cutaneous conditions
    Pediatric conditions
    Child abuse
    Environmental conditions
    Toxicological conditions
    Wounds and soft-tissue injuries
    Clinical forensic medicine
    HIV conditions
    Tropical medicine
    ECG abnormalities
    Emergency ultrasound
    Microscopic findings and bodily fluids
    Rheumatologic conditions
    Mental health conditions.
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