Fundamental to effective diagnosis is the ability to examine the patient in a systematic manner; these techniques of examination eventually become absorbed by the student and appear as "second nature". But how are they learned? This book provides an illustrated sequential guide to patient examination, emphasizing points of potential confusion and providing a sound framework for subsequent practical experience. This pocket-sized book is designed for medical student entering the first clinical year. It should also provide a useful source of information for those in the allied health professions.
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