Concise Oxford Textbook of Medicine
- By: James S Dawson
As the Oxford textbook grows in size, edition after edition, two of its editors have come to realise that such an informative resource should be more accessible to junior members of the medical profession-namely, students and junior doctors.
While the organisation of chapters in this new text maintains the traditional format, the material has been revised and largely rewritten, references have been updated, and new illustrations included. This has resulted in a text which retains the authoritative factual content and prestige of the Oxford Textbook of Medicine but offers the reader a more accessible and concise account.
The focus of this edition is on providing essential detail, with a more practical approach than its parent volume. The clinical features, investigations, and management for each and every disease are described and supported with high quality radiological and histological images and clinical photographs. Simple flow diagrams and shaded boxes highlight salient points