Primary care physicians in the U.S. and abroad widely trust and use Dr. Robert Taylor's acclaimed qFamily Medicine: Principles and Practice, 6/Eq. This derivative handbook capitalizes on that success to address clinical problems that pose diagnostic and therapeutic challenges for primary care physicians. Chapters cover the diagnosis of a multitude of difficult diseases and disorders, including diabetes mellitus, fatigue, and chronic pain. The etiology of the conditions is also highlighted to help physicians select the most effective therapeutic courses of treatment. Contributors to the text include some of the most prestigious names in the field.Emotion, cognition, and representation. Rochester Symposium on Development Psychopathology. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1995;133a66. Fischmann-Havstad L, Marston AR. Weight loss maintenance as an aspect ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Taylor's Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-03-20|