Self Assessment Questions in Rheumatology by Yousaf Ali
By Yousaf Ali
This e-book illustrates, in a succinct query and resolution structure, numerous varied situations of rheumatic illness. In its dialogue of universal and unusual instances, the ebook offers the professional reports of a number one rheumatologist. those questions and instances are simply translated into daily perform and can good be offered in the course of ward rounds, in medical institution, or in the course of forums. The e-book is a wonderful source for postgraduate fellows, internists and scholars who're wanting to examine extra approximately rheumatology, try their fund of information, or organize for board examinations.
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