By Edwin J. R. van Beek, Harry R. B?ller, Matthijs Oudkerk
Devoted to facing a tough sickness, formerly regarded as incurable, yet with the appearance of recent medicinal drugs, now amenable to administration and a far superior analysis for sufferers.
- Latest book in a fast-moving zone of prepared medical curiosity - Authored through top overseas professionals - Builds on good fortune of a revered first version - Incorporates new information on most recent imaging applied sciences and treatments - Covers either the technological know-how and medical points, together with presentation, surgical intervention and drug remedy - Includes insurance of either Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Vein Thrombosis
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