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Internal Medicine is designed to provide the busy clinician with precisely the information needed where and when it is needed. The Associate Editors and contributors are internationally recognized authorities, and they have organized the content specifically so as to convey the essentials necessary for diagnosis, differential diagnosis, management, treatment and follow-up. Over 600 diseases and conditions are covered in detail. Many topics start with a 'What To Do First' heading, which brings the collective experience and guidance of top experts to bear on the 'up front' considerations the clinician must face. Cambridge Pocket Clinician/Internal Medicine can be counted on as an essential resource, particularly in this current era of shortened physician-patient encounters and the need for rapid clinical decision-making.

• All content presented in concise outline format for quick consultation • Small-size pocket guide for easy reference • Practical, clinically oriented presentation


1. Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA); 2. Abscesses and fistulas; 3. Acanthosis nigricans; 4. Acne; 5. Acromegaly; 6. Actinic keratosis; 7. Acute acalculous cholecystitis; 8. Acute bacterial meningitis; 9. Acute fatty liver of pregnancy; 10. Acute heart failure; 11. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia; 12. Acute myeloblastic leukemia; 13. Acute myocarditides; 14. Acute pancreatitis; 15. Acute pericarditis; 16. Acute renal failure; 17. Acute respiratory acidosis; 18. Acute respiratory alkalosis; 19. Acute respiratory failure/monitoring; 20. Adenocarcinoma of the ampulla of vater; 21. Adenovirus; 22. Adrenal insufficiency ; 23. Adrenal tumors; 24. Adult optic neuropathies; 25. Age related maculopathy; 26. Air embolus; 27. Alcohol abuse, dependence, and withdrawal; 28. Alcoholic liver disease (ALD); 29. Allergic rhinitis; 30. Alopecia; 31. Alpha-1-antitrypsin; 32. Alzheimer's disease; 33. Amaurosis fugax; 34. Amblyopia; 35. Amebiasis; 36. Amebic liver abscess; 37. Amyloidosis; 38. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS); 39. Analgesic nephropathy and NSAID-induced ARF; 40. Anaphylaxis; 41. Anemias secondary to systemic disease; 42. Anisakiasis; 43. Anorectal tumors; 44. Anorexia nervosa; 45. Antibiotic-associated and pseudomembranous colitis; 46. Antiphospholipid antibodies; 47. Aortic coarctation; 48. Aortic dissection; 49. Aortic insufficiency (AI); 50. Aortitis; 51. Aphasia; 52. Aplastic anemia; 53. Apparent mineralocorticoid excess; 54. Appendicitis; 55. Arterial embolus; 56. Ascariasis; 57. Ascites; 58. Aspergillosis; 59. Asthma; 60. Atelectasis; 61. Atherosclerotic occlusive disease; 62. Atopic dermatitis (dermatitis, atopic); 63. Atrial fibrillation (AF); 64. Atrial flutter; 65. Atrial premature complexes; 66. Atrial septal defect (ASD); 67. Atrial tachycardia (AT); 68. Atrioventricular block; 69. Autoimmune hepatitis (AIH); 70. Autonomic dysfunction; 71. Autosomal dominant polycystic renal disease; 72. Autosomal recessive polycystic renal disease; 73. Av reentrant tachycardia (AVRT); 74. Av-nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT); 75. Back or neck pain; 76. Bacterial arthritis; 77. Bacterial pneumonia; 78. Balanitis; 79. Bartter's syndrome; 80. Bell's palsy; 81. Benign disorders of the rectum and anus; 82. Benign prostatic hyperplasia; 83. Benign tumors of the liver; 84. Biliary tract motility disorders; 85. Bladder tumors; 86. Blastocystis hominis infection; 87. Blastomyces dermatitidis; 88. Blepharitis (lid infection); 89. Brain abscess; 90. Brain death; 91. Bronchiectasis; 92. Bronchiolitis; 93. Bronchitis, acute; 94. Budd-chiari syndrome; 95. Buerger's disease; 96. Bulimia nervosa; 97. Bullous pemphigoid; 98. Bullous pemphigoid; 99. Candidiasis; 100. Candidiasis: oral; 101. Carcinoid; 102. Cardiac arrest; 103. Cardiac trauma; 104. Cardiac tumors; 105. Cat scratch disease; 106. Cecal volvulus; 107. Celiac sprue and malabsorption; 108. Cellulitis; 109. Cerebrovascular disease and stroke; 110. Cervical spine disorders; 111. Chediak higashi syndrome; 112. Cheilitis; 113. Cholangiocarcinoma; 114. Choledochal cysts; 115. Cholestasis; 116. Cholestasis of pregnancy; 117. Chordae tendineae rupture; 118. Chromium deficiency; 119. Chronic acalculous cholecystitis; 120. Chronic bundle branch block and hemi-blocks; 121. Chronic coronary artery disease (CAD); 122. Chronic heart failure; 123. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia; 124. Chronic myelogenous leukemia; 125. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); 126. Chronic pancreatitis; 127. Chronic respiratory acidosis; 128. Chronic respiratory alkalosis; 129. Chronic respiratory failure; 130. Clostridium infections (other than tetanus, botulism and c. Difficile diseases); 131. Cluster headache; 132. Coccidioides immitis; 133. Colon polyps and tumors; 134. Coma; 135. Complications of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection; 136. Condyloma acuminata; 137. Confusion and delirium; 138


'It is clear to see that this book has been written by experts in their fields, and has been heavily edited so that the formatting throughout the book is coherent and logical in nature. … although it is difficult to fit this book into one's pocket it really is an excellent book for any medical student or junior doctor to carry around in their bag as it covers a great breadth of topics in a compact and sensible format.' Phillip Xiu, Clinical Student, Cambridge University School of Clinical Medicine

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