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by H.Harold Friedman

eBook Problem Oriented Medical Diagnosis (Little, Brown Spiral Manual) download ISBN: 0316293873
Author: H.Harold Friedman
Publisher: Little Brown & Co; 5Rev Ed edition (September 9, 1991)
Language: English
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Harold Friedman, American cardiologist, internist. Each chapter presents detailed information in an easy-to-follow outline format.

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I first encountered this wonderful little book during my second year of Internal Medicine residency. It was introduced to me by an intern I was "supervising" who carried it everywhere. She was the sharpest doctor I had encountered at that time (and one of the best since) and ran rings around most of her attendings. The book was apparently a must read at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York where she was educated. I purchased it and have never regretted it or been without a copy since 1987. Dr. Friedman, a NY-trained cardiologist and author of several cardiology books edited it and continued to do so until his retirement earlier this decade. What can I say other than "BUY IT!"?
I carried it during every ER shift and walk-in clinic that I worked throughout the 1990s. The wonderful thing about it is that it proceeds from basic symptoms down to final diagnosis and is useful to trainee and expert. Clearly and authoritatively written with a no-nonsense brass tacks approach that is rare in internal medicine. Too bad Little Brown no longer publishes it in the spiral edition. If you can pick up the 1995 edition I would do so. The spiral is much more durable than the current version from its new publisher which appears to be more expensive and fragile.(I recently purchased the new one as a gift to a colleague who is studying for recertification in IM). I do not believe there is much difference between the titles other than price and and a poorly designed cardboard jacket on the new version. I own 2 of the spirals, one for work and one for home.

Your patients will benefit greatly from this title and so will you!

I think you deserve to know who your reviewers are. For the record, I am an internist and psychiatrist in practice with the government. I am currently in my 26th year of practice.
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I liked it. This book is a must for anyone evaluating and treating patients
Useful to make the diagnostic of most of the diseases by the signs and symtonms of the patient. You need to have this book in your personal librery.

Alfredo Melhado M.D.
Great to carry int he coat pocket for medical students. I wish I had read this between STEP I and my clerkships.
I think this book is very effective for reaching a proper diagnosis in different diseases in internal medicine and will help you to direct your thinking in different cases
Explains the diagnostic thinking process very well. Gives good enough clinical details about the tests and work up to do differential diagnosis. If you don't have much time to read "Harrison" (which no other book can beat), this is the book to help you have a firm handle on the diagnostic aspect of medicine. I am looking forward to the next edition.
This is a great book for medical students. I carry it with me all the time. It's great for IM, Peds, Surgery, and Neurology. It has a detailed differential for every symptom and teaches you how to narrow down the diagnosis as much as possible. This is a MUST HAVE for students starting their third year.

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