6 edition of Clinical Diagnosis found in the catalog.
January 1989 by Little Brown & Co .
Written in English
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Each chapter follows the same layout for each symptom or sign, exploring the definition, causes, history, precipitating factors, associated signs and symptoms, important. Macleod's Clinical Diagnosis demonstrates how to apply the core clinical skills learned from the companion textbook Macleod's Clinical Examination to maximum advantage.
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