Hematology and Oncology a as only Harrisonas can cover it Featuring a superb compilation of chapters on hematology and oncology that appear in Harrisonas Principles of Internal Medicine, Eighteenth Edition, this concise, full-color clinical companion delivers the latest knowledge in the field backed by the scientific rigor and authority that have defined Harrisonas. You will find content from renowned editors and contributors in a carry-anywhere presentation that is ideal for the classroom, clinic, ward, or exam/certification preparation. Features Organized into twelve sections: The Cellular Basis of Hematopoiesis; Cardinal Manifestations of Hematologic Diseases; Anemias, Myeloproliferative Disorders; Hematologic Malignancies; Disorders of Hemostasis; Biology of Cancer; Principles of Cancer Prevention and Treatment; Neoplastic Disorders; Endocrine Neoplasia; Remote Effects of Cancer; and Oncologic Emergencies and Late Effects Complications Each chapter contents relevant information on the genetics, cell biology, pathophysiology, and treatment of specific disease entities Chapters on hematopoiesis, cancer cell biology, and cancer prevention reflect the rapidly growing body of knowledge in these areas Integration of pathophysiology with clinical management 153 high-yield questions and answers drawn from Harrisonas Principles of Internal Medicine Self-Assessment and Board Review, 18e Content updates and new developments since the publication of Harrisonas Principles of Internal Medicine, 18e 55 chapters written by physicians who are recognized experts in the field of hematology and oncology Helpful appendix of laboratory values of clinical importance421 P alliativea nde nd-of-Lifec are 422 P rincipleso fc ancerP reventiona ndtr eatment Table 32-2. at elucidating ... Aspects of the physical examination that are uncomfortable and unlikely to yield useful information can be omitted. Regarding ... Rel- evant questions will include the following: How often is there someone to feel close to? How has ... In addition, it can be helpful to ask how the patient per- ceives his or her care: How much do you feel your doctors and nurses respect you?
|Title||:||Harrison's Hematology and Oncology, 2e|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2013-03-22|