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Family Medicine: Ambulatory Care & Prevention is the ultimate at-a-glance guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common primary care problems. The book spans the full scope of ambulatory medicine, and is organized according to the flow of patient care-starting with insights into signs and symptoms, followed by expert disease management recommendations. The information is presented in a manner that enables you to quickly formulate a list of possible diagnoses, perform cost-effective diagnostic work-up, and prescribe therapy. The principles of clinical decision-making and effective evidence-based management strategies are woven throughout. NEW! Strength of Evidence Rating System delivers graded evidence for the management recommendations made in each chapter NEW! A color insert with 30 full-color photographs NEW! More internationally renowned expert contributors Complete, but concise coverage of every major sign, symptom, and complaint in outpatient medicine Chapter-opening summary of Key Points Chapter presentation allows for quick review of essential information at the point of care PDA download of selected sections from the book Mark Mengel, MD , is chairman of the Department of Community and Family Medicine, St. Louis University School of Medicine. L. Peter Schwiebert, MD , is associate professor of family medicine and director of pre-doctoral education and clerkship coordinator at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.