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Even though advanced medical technology and computers have changed the teaching of medicine, the concept of differential diagnosis cannot be displaced. It is possible to feed a computer a series of facts, including the findings of a complete physical examination with all its ancillary data, to obtain a reprint of the possible diagnosis. This approach is not widely practical and cannot yet meet the needs of most clinicians.
This book by three seasoned clinicians supplements the general textbooks written by multiple authors who are experts in their respective fields. It assumes that the reader, whether medical student or practicing physician,
Differential Diagnosis.. Ann Intern Med. 1980;92:726. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-92-5-726_1
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