DAVID B. NASH, M.D., M.B.A
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Practitioners can now call upon an array of new technologies—magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and catheterization of the heart—but many cannot appropriately demonstrate to trainees palpation of an enlarged spleen or auscultation of tight mitral stenosis. It is comforting to know, therefore, that the literature on bedside diagnosis, continues to grow. This literature has been brought together by Dr. Henry Schneiderman in an eminently readable and useful new publication, Bedside Diagnosis: An Annotated Bibliography of Recent Literature on Interviewing and Physical Examination, published by the American College of Physicians.
The annotated bibliography represents a synthesis of the medical literature
NASH DB. Bedside Diagnosis: A New Annotated Bibliography. Ann Intern Med. ;108:299–300. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-108-2-299
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1988;108(2):299-300.
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