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Bridge the gap between pathophysiology and clinical medicine in a succinct outline of core internal medicine topics! Primarily intended for medical trainees, from medical students to internal medicine interns and residents.
Originally created and road-tested by a resident and then updated by a team of resident authors, Huppert’s Notes succinctly organizes the foundational science covered early in medical school and the clinical approaches encountered in clerkships and beyond. This marriage of pathophysiology and clinical medicine provides a framework for how to approach internal medicine concepts mechanistically, rather than through memorization.
Designed to serve as a framework for your learning in internal medicine. You’ll find concise descriptions of common medical conditions with diagnostic and management pearls, as well as high-yield diagrams and tables to emphasize key concepts. Covering all internal medicine subspecialties, each Huppert’s Notes chapter is organized in an intuitive and consistent outline format for rapid access:
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Approaches & Chief Complaints
- Diseases & Pathophysiology
- Key Medications & Interventions
- Key Clinical Trials & Publications
Overview of systems covered:
- Critical Care Medicine
- Hematology and Oncology
- Infectious Diseases
- General Medicine
-- Medicine in the outpatient setting along with health maintenance pearls
Author - Laura Huppert, MD, is a Hematology/Oncology Clinical Fellow at the University of California, San Francisco. She formerly served as the university’s Chief of Internal Medicine Residency.
Content based on print edition from The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.