eBook Taylor's Differential Diagnosis Manual: Symptoms and Signs in the Time-Limited Encounter, 3rd Edition

  • Paul M. Paulman
  • Published By: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • ISBN-10: 1469831570
  • ISBN-13: 9781469831572
  • DDC: 616.07
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 472 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released February 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Everything you need to know about diagnosis -- in a book that fits inside your pocket -- Taylor's Differential Diagnosis Manual is your must-have primary care handbook. Easy to reference and succinct, this book can be referenced at the point of care to verify or help you make an accurate diagnosis. It was authored precisely with the fast-paced clinical environment in mind. With more than 140 chapters organized according to condition and diagnosis, each section of this manual serves as a stand-alone text on each condition -- leading to more accurate diagnosis and better patient care. A new, user-friendly third edition reflects the latest in clinical practice, and covers everything from mental health to the nervous system to the female reproductive system. Don't miss out on the new edition of this essential diagnostic tool.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contributors.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Contents.
1: Principles of the 10-Minute Diagnosis.
2: Principles of the 10-Minute Diagnosis.
3: Undifferentiated Problems.
4: Anorexia.
5: Dizziness.
6: Edema.
7: Falls.
8: Fatigue.
9: Fever.
10: Headaches.
11: Hypersomnia.
12: Insomnia.
13: Nausea and Vomiting.
14: Night Sweats.
15: Syncope.
16: Unintentional Weight Loss.
17: Mental Health Problems.
18: Anxiety.
19: Bipolar Disorder.
20: Depression.
21: Suicide Risk.
22: Problems Related to the Nervous System.
23: Ataxia.
24: Coma.
25: Delirium.
26: Dementia.
27: Memory Impairment.
28: Paresthesia and Dysesthesia.
29: Seizures.
30: Stroke.
31: Tremors.
32: Eye Problems.
33: Blurred Vision.
34: Corneal Foreign Body and Corneal Abrasion.
35: Diplopia.
36: Loss of Vision.
37: Nystagmus.
38: Papilledema.
39: Pupillary Inequality.
40: Red Eye.
41: Scotoma.
42: Ear, Nose, and Throat Problems.
43: Halitosis.
44: Hearing Loss.
45: Hoarseness.
46: Nosebleed.
47: Pharyngitis.
48: Rhinitis.
49: Stomatitis.
50: Tinnitus.
51: Vertigo.
52: Cardiovascular Problems.
53: Atypical Chest Pain.
54: Anticoagulation.
55: Chest Pain.
56: Bradycardia.
57: Cardiomegaly.
58: Congestive Heart Failure.
59: Diastolic Heart Murmurs.
60: Systolic Heart Murmurs.
61: Hypertension.
62: Palpitations.
63: Pericardial Friction Rub.
64: Raynaud's Disease.
65: Tachycardia.
66: Respiratory Problems.
67: Cough.
68: Cyanosis.
69: Hemoptysis.
70: Pleural Effusion.
71: Pleuritic Pain.
72: Pneumothorax.
73: Shortness of Breath.
74: Stridor.
75: Wheezing.
76: Gastrointestinal Problems.
77: Abdominal Pain.
78: Ascites.
79: Constipation.
80: Diarrhea.
81: Dysphagia.
82: Epigastric Distress.
83: Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding.
84: Hepatitis.
85: Hepatomegaly.
86: Jaundice.
87: Rectal Bleeding.
88: Steatorrhea.
89: Renal and Urologic Problems.
90: Dysuria.
91: Hematuria.
92: Erectile Dysfunction.
93: Urinary Incontinence.
94: Nocturia.
95: Oliguria and Anuria.
96: Priapism.
97: Scrotal Mass.
98: Scrotal Pain.
99: Urethral Discharge.
100: Problems Related to the Female Reproductive System.
101: Amenorrhea.
102: Breast Mass.
103: Chronic Pelvic Pain.
104: Dysmenorrhea.
105: Dyspareunia.
106: Menorrhagia.
107: Nipple Discharge in Nonpregnant Females.
108: Pap Smear Abnormality.
109: Postmenopausal Bleeding.
110: Vaginal Discharge.
111: Musculoskeletal Problems.
112: Arthralgia.
113: Calf Pain.
114: Hip Pain.
115: Knee Pain.
116: Low Back Pain.
117: Monoarticular Joint Pain.
118: Neck Pain.
119: Polymyalgia.
120: Shoulder Pain.
121: Dermatologic Problems.
122: Alopecia.
123: Erythema Multiforme.
124: Maculopapular Rash.
125: Pigmentation Disorders.
126: Pruritus.
127: Rash Accompanied by Fever.
128: Urticaria.
129: Vesicular and Bullous Eruptions.
130: Endocrine and Metabolic Problems.
131: Diabetes Mellitus.
132: Gynecomastia.
133: Hirsutism.
134: Hypothyroidism.
135: Polydipsia.
136: Thyroid Enlargement/Goiter.
137: Thyroid Nodule.
138: Hyperthyroidism/Thyrotoxicosis.
139: Vitamin D Deficiency.
140: Vascular and Lymphatic System Problems.
141: Lymphadenopathy, Generalized.
142: Lymphadenopathy, Localized.
143: Petechiae and Purpura.
144: Splenomegaly.
145: Laboratory Abnormalities: Hematology and Urine Determinations.
146: Anemia.
147: Eosinophilia.
148: Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate and C-Reactive Protein.
149: Neutropenia.
150: Polycythemia.
151: Proteinuria.
152: Thrombocytopenia.
153: Laboratory Abnormalities: Blood Chemistry and Immunology.
154: Alkaline Phosphatase, Elevated.
155: Aminotransferase Levels, Elevated.
156: Antinuclear Antibody Titer, Elevated.
157: Brain Natriuretic Peptide.
158: Elevated Creatinine.
159: D-Dimer.
160: Hypercalcemia.
161: Hyperkalemia.
162: Hypokalemia.
163: Diagnostic Imaging Abnormalities.
164: Abnormal Mammogram.
165: Bone Cyst.
166: Mediastinal Mass.
167: Osteopenia.
168: Solitary Pulmonary Nodule.
Index.