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Emergency Medicine: Additional Select Websites
UToledo Emergency Medicine resources for medical students, residents and clinicians
The interviewer's questions -- The patient's responses -- Putting the history together -- The physical examination -- The skin -- The head and neck -- The eye -- The ear and nose -- The oral cavity and pharynx -- The chest -- The heart (more organs and systems) The clinical record -- Focusing on the focused history and physical examination -- Caring for patients in a culturally diverse society -- Understanding complementary and alternative medicine -- Assessment of nutritional status
Explores the origins, pathophysiology, and diagnostic accuracy of many of the physical signs used today in adult patients. Physical diagnosis has a rich two-century tradition, he says, and he wants to help square it with the realities of modern diagnosis, which often rely more on technological tests such as clinical imaging and laboratory testing. Puts the most current evidence at your fingertips, equipping you to easily select the best test for diagnosing a given condition and understand the diagnostic significance and accuracy of your findings.