Learning Clinical Reasoning
After a 50-page outline of the principles of clinical reasoning, over 60 actual cases are detailed that illustrate (and are keyed to) the principles, presenting case records, analysis, and references to literature. For medical students and interns, and their instructors. Annotation copyright Book Ne
3 Refinement of Diagnostic Hypotheses
4 Use and Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests
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