Chapter 1: Basic physician training
Chapter 2: The written examination
Chapter 3: The clinical examination
Chapter 4: The long case
Chapter 5: The cardiovascular long case
Chapter 6: The respiratory long case
Chapter 7: The gastrointestinal long case
Chapter 8: The haematological long case
Chapter 9: The rheumatological long case
Chapter 10: The endocrine long case
Chapter 11: The renal long case
Chapter 12: The neurological long case
Chapter 13: Other important long cases
Chapter 14: Think like a physician, think like an examiner - an approach with long-case examples
Chapter 15: The short case
Chapter 16: Common short cases
Talley & O’Connor’s Examination Medicine: A guide to physician training has prepared generations of physician trainees and medical students for their clinical examinations.
Instructive informative and aligned with current practice this ninth edition gives you an overview of what to expect what is expected of you and how to develop a mature clinical approach to complex medical problems.
Talley and O'Connor share their valuable advice on how to prepare for the examinations use your time to best effect and avoid common pitfalls to ensure you give your best possible performance in your examinations and beyond.
- Video tutorials of long and short cases included on ExpertConsult
- Clinical photographs of signs and conditions
- 50 long cases including history, examination, investigations, treatment and possible lines of questioning
- Sample long cases from the examiner's perspective including discussion points and clinical traps
- 30 short cases including guidance for 'spot diagnosis 'and 'common stems'
- Hint boxes highlighting common pitfalls and useful tips
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase
By Nicholas J Talley, MD (NSW), PhD (Syd), MMedSci (Clin Epi)(Newc.), FAHMS, FRACP, FAFPHM, FRCP (Lond. & Edin.), FACP , AC, MD, PhD, FRACP, FAFPHM, FRCP (Lond.), FRCP (Edin.), FACP, FAHMS Laureate Professor, University of Newcastle and Senior Staff Specialist, John Hunter Hospital, NSW, Australia; Adjunct Professor, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA; Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; Foreign Guest Professor, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden and Simon O’Connor, FRACP DDU FCSANZ , FRACP, DDU, FCSANZ Cardiologist, The Canberra Hospital; Clinical Senior Lecturer, Australian National University Medical School, Canberra, ACT, Australia.