The American Medical Association Encyclopedia of Medicine

Cover Art for 9780394565286, The American Medical Association Encyclopedia of Medicine by Charles B. Clayman
ISBN: 9780394565286
Publisher: Random House
Published: 8 April, 1989
Format: Hardback
Language: English
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Until now, there hasn't been a single, authoritative work that clarifies and informs the lay reader about advances in the practice of modern medicine. The American Medical Association Encyclopedia of Medicine, in filling that need, proves itself the definitive source of knowledge and reassurance for every American home. In short, it is a medical information powerhouse, written in jargon-free language by a special team of medical writers and presented in an exceptionally usable A-to-Z format -- the most thorough and up-to-the-minute medical reference text yet prepared for the general American public, as well as for libraries and schools.It's unique subject coverage includes: new drugs; special tests; common, rare, and recently-identified diseases, disorders and conditions; state-of-the-art surgical procedures; conflicting or varying opinions; the translation of esoteric terminology -- all complex areas of contemporary medicine that may prove confusing to anyone, even when consulting a physician.The broad scope of The American Medical Association Encyclopedia of Medicine encompasses:Over 5,000 entries with 2,200 illustrations.Medical terms defined in clear, easy-to-understand language alphabetically arranged.Listings of 2,200 common and uncommon disorders, diseases, conditions and cures; over 300 symptoms; 2,500 drugs -- in generic, brand-name and major groupings; 600 tests, procedures and surgical operations.Illustrated fea

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