Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis (Oxford Medical Handbooks) – 3rd Edition (October 2014 Release)

Huw Llewelyn
Formerly Consultant Physician, Kings College Hospital,
London. Honorary Departmental Fellow, Aberystwyth
University, Ceredigion, UK
Hock Aun Ang
Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine, Penang Medical
College, Senior Consultant Physician, Seberang Jaya
Hospital, Penang, Malaysia
Keir Lewis
Associate Professor, College of Medicine,
Swansea University. Chest Consultant Hywel Dda
University Health Board, UK
Anees Al-Abdullah
General Practitioner, Meddygfa Minafon,
Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, UK

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis

This book helps doctors and students to arrive at a diagnosis, and to explain and to justify their reasoning, especially when seeing patients with new problems that lie outside their personal range of experience. This will happen very frequently to students, frequently to house officers, but will still happen regularly to very experienced senior hospital doctors and general practitioners.
The book adopts the approach used by experienced diagnosticians, by focusing on the finding with the shortest differential diagnosis (i.e. the best diagnostic lead). It describes the differential diagnoses of such findings that may be encountered by a reader in the history, examination and usual preliminary tests and how the diagnoses can be confirmed. It describes what tactics to adopt in order to find better leads, while not losing sight of the patient’s original concern. The probability and set theory of this process is explained in Chapter

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