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by Thomas E. Andreoli MD MACP FRCP(Edin),Charles C. J. Carpenter MD MACP,Robert C. Griggs MD FACP FAAN,Ivor Benjamin MD FACC FAHA


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Cecil Essentials of Medicine book. Thomas E. Andreoli, Robert C. Griggs. For over twenty years, Cecil Essentials of Medicine has been a trusted and respected name in medicine.

Описание: Cecil Essentials was developed as a shorter textbook of medicine for 3rd and 4th year medical students. With the integration of clinical medicine earlier in the curriculum, the text can be used in any of the 4 years of medical school. Comprehensive yet concise, it focuses on the high-yield core knowledge important to those established in or just entering the field.

00, Paperback, Reference. A title in the Cecil Medicine Series. View all titles in Internal Medicine.

Here's an authoritative text that focuses in on the core content of clinical medicine so you can understand how to apply principles to the care of patients. Throughout the text, aspects of molecular biology relevant to clinical medicine have been updated and thoroughly explored. A full-color design and beautiful illustrations help explain difficult concepts, while excellent images and clinical photographs fully illustrate the appearance and clinical features of disease. For this edition, the online text available with Student Consult access has been improved with additional clinical photos, tables, and multimedia presentations.View videos of procedures, heart sounds, and more with the included STUDENT CONSULT access.Stay ahead of future advances in clinical medicine with "Prospectus for the Future" boxes.Address the increasing interest in gender medicine in Men's and Women's Health Sections.updated information on molecular biology provides a thorough grounding in the molecular basis of clinical medicineOnline StudentConsult access includes weblinks to supplemental clinical photos, radiologic images, multimedia presentations (audio, video and some animations including molecular structures)Includes a New International Advisory Board broadening the scope of this to suit many coursesImage Bank on Evolve

Comments: (7)

Windforge
Online codes don't work.
cyrexoff
Bought it and never used it. Save your money. If you really want it you can find it used for cheap.
Kerahuginn
Good summary without being brief. Like a middle ground between review book and the much more boring Harrison's. Gets all the high points, the moderate points and even the pertinent details.
superstar
A very good clear book, it is made for the student that has just started a course, and would like to have a clear overall view of the material. When I start a course, I would like to have a book that will give me the introduction, and only after I have seen with what I am dealing, I feel prepare enough to read some other much more detailed material. The details are saved for last.
This book is perfect for the introduction, and much more. If you would like to read about the smallest! details I suggest you read the bible of Harrison.
In short: THIS is the book for the med student, it serves as the skeleton ad muscles of the course; for the fat you should consult Harrison.
From my experience, a student should never start reading Harrison.
Cecil essentials serves as a quick review for all the internal med, before and after the exam.
Why 4 and not 5 stars? because i would have liked a more thorough and complete review of neurology.
net rider
I get a hernia when I pick up Harrison's. I've used it twice this year. As a graduating senior, I collected all of my upperclassmen's suggestions of books. Cecil's has a bit more info than I'd like, but it's a readable length if you're not a procrastinator like me! Medwhiz's review is spot on.

Cecil's is extremely well written, and easily understood. It stresses only those topics that graduating seniors absolutely have to have a clue about by graduation, and it doesn't waste too much paper. It's not a pocketbook, but at about half the physical size of Harrison's, it's not easy to carry around, either.

If I had to buy only one book out of Harrison's, Cecil's, NMS, and Blueprints, I'd get Cecil's. It's well worth the money.
Malojurus
This is the book my school recommends for the basic internal medicine course. Its amazing. If you are a reader, and like medicine, this is a must.

The writing flows like silk. The chapters on Cardiology and Molecular Medicine are PHENOMENAL. Its comprehensive without being overloaded with details, its brief without being too brief, its a very enjoyable from cover to cover.

To give you an example of the kind of details it misses, in Chronic Renal Disease, you get a nice explanation of the complications though no expansion on the viscous circle that happens.

One other downside is the lack of illustrations. There do exist but there aren't many, same goes for tables. Also, the Neurology section could be better.

Read it, then jump to Cecil or Harrison if you want more details. I had to do so and made a mistake buying Kumar which I didn't like.

My senior colleagues told me this is one of the best sources for USMLE Step 2. Seems to be the opinion of many people online too.
Daron
For medical students, it doesn't get better than this. Cecil's Essentials, is in my opinion, in a similar caliber of books such as PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE (Stobo et al), and DAVIDSON'S. Granted, this book lacks the detail and in-depth clinical pointers that some of the other heavier textbooks carry, but nonetheless, rivals all those books in its succint reviews of each condition, touching most importantly on the pertinent pathophysiology. A hearty recommendation for most 2nd or 3rd year medical students.
This book is great for clincial rotations, and I used it on almost all of them. It is clear, concise, and a relativly easy read despite its length. I actually read most of it during my Internal Medicine Clerkship, and I normally try to avoid reading the text at all costs. It doesn't go into extreme depth with the more rare conditions but that is why it is the "essentials". I'm tempted to upgrade to the full Cecil's just because of how much I loved this book, but why get rid of a good thing?
Andreoli and Carpenter's Cecil Essentials of Medicine: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Cecil Medicine) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Thomas E. Andreoli MD MACP FRCP(Edin),Charles C. J. Carpenter MD MACP,Robert C. Griggs MD FACP FAAN,Ivor Benjamin MD FACC FAHA
ISBN: 1416029338
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Saunders; 7 edition (April 11, 2007)
Pages: 1296 pages