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Brigham And Women’s Experts’ Approach To RheumatologyAuthors: Jonathan S. Coblyn, Michael Weinblatt, Simon Helfgott, Bonnie Bermas
Brigham And Women’s Experts’ Approach To Rheumatology Was Just Honored With 4 Stars From Doody’s Book Review!
Rheumatic Symptoms Are Often Vague And Difficult To Diagnose. Brigham And Women’s Experts’ Approach To Rheumatology Helps Clinicians Navigate The Myriad Disorders And Makes Recommendations For Treatment—All In One Concise Reference Book. This Title Is An Essential Guide To One Of The Most Important Fields Of Medicine That Is Often Misunderstood Yet Increasingly Relevant In Primary Care. This Titles Is For Physicians In Training, Primary Care Physicians. And Any Healthcare Professional Caring For Patients With Rheumatologic Disorders.
The Text Features:
• A Guide To The Newest Drugs And Treatments
• How To Differentiate Between Rheumatic Disorders
• How To Recognize False Positives And Negatives In Lab Tests
• Detailed Plans For Diagnosis And Patient Care
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 2 Laboratory Tests in Rheumatology
Chapter 3 Radiology
Chapter 4 Common Soft Tissue Pain Syndromes
Chapter 5 Back and Neck Pain
Chapter 6 Osteoarthritis
Chapter 7 Rheumatoid Arthritis
Chapter 8 Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Giant Cell Arteritis
Chapter 9 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Chapter 10 Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome
Chapter 11 Approach to Vasculitides
Chapter 12 Crystal-Induced Arthopathies
Chapter 13 Infectious Arthritis
Chapter 14 Miscellaneous Rheumatic Diseases
Chapter 15 Osteoporosis
Chapter 16 Overview of Pharmacologic Therapy in the Rheumatic Diseases – Indications and Risks