by Denise Goh (Editor), Elizabeth Ang (Editor)
Using symptom-based and problem-based approaches, this indispensable text teaches medical students how to apply critical thinking and clinical reasoning to develop diagnostic competence. It is also suitable for any doctor who wishes to refresh his/her clinical approaches to pediatric patients.
With 50 carefully selected pediatric problems that are likely to be encountered in medical practice, each chapter is written in a user-friendly style and takes you through the fundamental thought process needed to arrive at the most likely diagnosis. This thought process includes:
Understanding the correct definition of the clinical problem
Recognizing the symptoms of the clinical problem
Analyzing the pathophysiology behind the problem
Creating a prioritized list of differential diagnosis
Having a robust clinical approach/algorithm that enables one to arrive at the correct diagnosis
Evaluating for red flag signs and symptoms
Honing the thought process through the use of over 50 clinical case scenarios with structured self-reflection questions and answers
Foreword by Dr Naveen Thacker, President of Asia Pacific Pediatric Association
Peer reviewed by members of Asia Pacific Pediatric Association
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