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Clinical Problems provides a comprehensive selection of important medical and surgical scenarios. The reader is taken through 62 case histories step by step and is asked to interpret a broad range of medical data.* Addresses important medical and surgical topics from a problem-oriented approach.* Presents relevant clinical illustrations for each case, such as ECGs, radiographs, and clinical and pathologi-cal photographs.* Emphasizes empathy with the patient's situation as well as effective patient counseling.* Provides commentaries from experienced clinicians, highlighting the most important issues of each case and offering suggestions on possible further areas of study.* Identifies situations where emergency management must take precedence over pathophysiological diagnosis.
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Peter Levitt (born September 2, 1946 New York City) is a poet and translator. He is also the founder and teacher of the Salt Spring Zen Circle, in the Soto Zen lineage of Shunryu Suzuki-Roshi.
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