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Now fully revised and updated, Clinical Biochemistry, third edition is essential reading for specialty trainees, particularly those preparing for postgraduate examinations. It is also an invaluable current reference for all established practitioners, including both medical and scientist clinical biochemists.Building on the success of previous editions, this leading textbook primarily focuses on clinical aspects of the subject, giving detailed coverage of all conditions where clinical biochemistry is used in diagnosis and management - including nutritional disorders, diabetes, inherited metabolic disease, metabolic bone disease, renal calculi and dyslipidaemias. The acquisition and interpretation of clinical biochemical data are also discussed in detail.Expanded sections on haematology and immunology for clinical biochemists provide a thorough understanding of both laboratory and clinical aspectsNew chapters are included on important evolving areas such as the metabolic response to stress, forensic aspects of clinical biochemistry and data quality managementAn extended editorial team - including three expert new additions - ensures accuracy of information and relevance to current curricula and clinical practiceA superb new accompanying electronic version provides an enhanced learning experience and rapid reference anytime, anywhere!Elsevier ExpertConsult.comEnhanced eBooks for medical professionalsCompatible with PC, Mac®, most mobile devices and eReaders, browse, search, and interact with this title - online and offline. Redeem your PIN at expertconsult.com today!Straightforward navigation and search across all Elsevier titlesSeamless, real-time integration between devicesAdjustable text size and brightnessNotes and highlights sharing with other users through social mediaInteractive content
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William Cyril "Bill" Marshall DFC SCM (14 August 1918 – 1 November 2005) was a Thoroughbred horse racing trainer and owner who had the distinction of being the only person to have saddled winners from stables on four different continents.