The Washington Manual of Outpatient Internal Medicine is designed as a companion to the Manual of Medical Therapeutics, addressing the most common encounters in outpatient internal medicine - for example, hypertension and diabetes. Disorders treated in the ambulatory setting fall outside traditional internal medicine; therefore, chapters also cover dermatology, otolaryngology, neurology and psychiatry and ophthalmology. The 2nd edition includes a complete update of all chapters.
- Color-enhanced, templated chapters for easy lookup and enhanced readability
- Evidence-based chapters
- Tables and figures guide readers through evaluation and management of the
most common medical problems encountered in outpatient internal medicine