A Case-Based Review of Infectious Disease, 1st Edition

Author :
By Edin Pujagic, DO
Filling the need for a clinically relevant, concise, and affordable infectious disease exam preparation tool, A Case-Based Review of Infectious Disease offers a practical, proven approach to increasing your understanding and knowledge of this critica ...view more
Filling the need for a clinically relevant, concise, and affordable infectious disease exam preparation tool, A Case-Based Review of Infectious Disease offers a practical, proven approach to increasing your understanding and knowledge of this critical area of medicine. This comprehensive text is both challenging and enjoyable—an ideal resource for a variety of medical board and MOC exams, including internal medicine, family medicine, and infectious disease. 
ISBN :
9780323872317
Publication Date :
23-02-2023
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Filling the need for a clinically relevant, concise, and affordable infectious disease exam preparation tool, A Case-Based Review of Infectious Disease offers a practical, proven approach to increasing your understanding and knowledge of this critical area of medicine. This comprehensive text is both challenging and enjoyable—an ideal resource for a variety of medical board and MOC exams, including internal medicine, family medicine, and infectious disease. 

Key Features
  • Contains 100 case-based clinical vignettes that showcase both common and less common presentations of various infectious diseases. 

  • Presents each case in a classic board-style question format, with detailed answers and explanations that reinforce relevant concepts.  

  • Includes explanations of the main concept and correct answer for each question, as well as why incorrect answer choices are incorrect. 

  • Features figures and tables embedded in explanations that highlight must-know information. 

  • Provides references at the end of each explanation for further reading. 

  • Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. 


Author Information
By Edin Pujagic, DO, Infectious Disease Fellow, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska