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Oxford Handbook of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation
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With major advances in technology there are thousands of clinical and laboratory tests available, forming a key part of the diagnostic process in the highly complex field of modern medicine. This handbook provides a patient-orientated approach to investigation, with a comprehensive review of specialty-related tests. Written in the Oxford Handbook style, this book features references and up-to-date website links for extra clinical detail.

This new edition has been revised to include the most recent developments in investigatory tests, with clear step-by-step instructions and updated illustrations to provide greater clarifying background to the text. Written by an experienced team of active clinicians, this is invaluable for junior doctors as a quick reference, as well as senior medical students preparing for examinations.


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ISBN-13: 9780198766537
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Oxford)
Publication date: February, 2018
Pages: 1008
Weight: 512g
Availability: Available
Subcategories: Diseases and Disorders, General Issues
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Being a member of the superb Oxford Handbook series, I automatically assume this book will be very good and put very simply, it is very good and certainly lives up to its heritage. Dont be put off by the title handbook; this is a chunky but portable book that is full of useful information about the numerous tests we order on a daily as well as infrequent basis. The net result is a book that many of us would want to own and a book in the right hands is likely to be used often. From the Foreword: "Its size, scope and relevance mean that it is likely to be used daily as a quick reference and aide-memoire...No medical student or junior doctor should be without this book (it's ideal for revision), in fact any doctor at any stage of their career will find it useful."