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Beginning clinical ward, rotations is both exciting and anxiety provoking for many medical students. Learning how to write orders, decipher abbreviations, and categorize all those persons in white coats are among the numerous pieces of a puzzle medical students must assemble. As they begin to apply their skills and knowledge in pathophysiology, patient interviewing, and physical examination, the pieces fall into place.
Clinical Medicine is a large, attractive, multi-authored book intended for the clinical clerk, often a third-year medical student, who has completed his or her basic science training and interviewing and physical examination courses. The book has five major
Clinical Medicine. Ann Intern Med. 1991;115:334. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-115-4-334_1
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