Featuring hundreds of high-quality Netter illustrations alongside modern diagnostic images, Netter's Integrated Review of Medicine: Pathogenesis to Treatment provides concise, visual overviews of the basic science and mechanisms of disease. The integrated approach to underlying principles helps students and clinicians understand why best practices, evidence, and guidelines make sense in the context of diagnosis and treatment. Short, to-the-point chapters focus on common clinical situations and bridge the gap between basic science summaries and the clinical thought process.
- Reviews basic science in the context of frequently encountered point-of-care situations, offering an excellent review of both clinical information and foundational science.
- Presents 500 full-color Netter images alongside today's diagnostic images, providing a memorable, highly visual approach to both basic science and clinical decision making.
- Offers readable, practical content organized by clinical topic, covering the basic sciences that are most relevant to each disease or condition.
- Includes self-assessment questions that reinforce key points, confirm areas of mastery, and assist with exam preparation.
- Provides readers with a detailed, logically organized framework for better understanding: the first half focuses on the process from symptom or laboratory test to diagnosis; the second half proceeds from an established diagnosis to its implications and treatment.
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Edited by Bryan Leppert and Christopher R Kelly, Christopher R. Kelly, MD Postdoctoral Residency Fellow Department of Medicine NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Medical Center