4 edition of Problem Solving in Clinical Medicine found in the catalog.
Problem Solving in Clinical Medicine
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||530|
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‹ PREV ARTICLE; This Issue Dr. Paul Cutler and his colleagues at the University of Texas at San Antonio have written a good book. When I first opened it I had intended only to scan the text and save a more detailed examination until later. It wasn't until I was into the third chapter that I was aware.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Jack Kaufman, MD (Medical College of Wisconsin) Description: This text is designed to broaden knowledge in problem-solving, problem-based learning, probability theory, and decision analysis.
This third edition comes 13 years after the second edition. Purpose: The major purpose is to improve the student's awareness of taking a history, doing a Price: $ Clinical Reasoning in Small Animal Practice presents a revolutionary approach to solving clinical problems.
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