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Most sections avoid lengthy accounts of relevant pathophysiology such as those found in standard textbooks and focus almost solely on diagnosis and treatment. The opening sections review relevant history-taking and physical examination, laboratory tests, radiology, joint aspiration and injection, and the main patterns of rheumatologic syndromes. The other sections consider specific diseases and syndromes. A practical manual likely to be helpful in giving the house officer a concise picture of the clinical problems and in deciding how to proceed.
Rheumatology for the House Officer. Ann Intern Med. 1990;113:416. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-113-5-416_6
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