Pocket Atlas of Emergency Medicine
While written descriptions of medical conditions are important, there is no substitute for direct visualization. Developed from the highly successful "Atlas Of Emergency Medicine", this compact yet comprehensive, highly affordable atlas identifies the many conditions for which visually remarkable cues significantly guide or expedite diagnosis, treatment and disposition in the emergency department, in the office, or in the field. A brief accompanying text includes: description, diagnosis, associated conditions, clinical pearls, differential diagnosis, treatment and disposition, and references.
- Paperback | 334 pages
- 119 x 249 x 16mm | 499g
- 01 Jan 2000
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- McGraw-Hill Inc.,US
- New York, United States
- 300 Illustrations, unspecified
Table of contents
Part I: Regional Anatomy. Head and Facial Trauma. Opthalmologic Conditions. Funduscopic Findings. Ophtalmic Trauma. Ear, Nose, and Throat Conditions. Mouth. Chest and Abdomen. Urological Conditions. Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Anorectal Conditions. Gynecologic and Obstetric Conditions. Extremity Trauma. Extremity Conditions. Cutaneous Conditions. Part II: Specialty Areas. Pediatric Conditions. Child Abuse. Environmental Conditions. Microscopic Findings.
About Kevin J. Knoop
Kevin J. Knoop. M.D., is Assistant Program Director, Emergency Medical Residency, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA. Lawrence B. Stack, M.D., is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN. Alan B. Storrow, M.D., is Chairman, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH.