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The authority of Harrison's in a concise, carry-anywhere text. Drawn from the eighteenth edition of Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, this handy reference. Director, Channing Laboratory, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's The material in this eBook also appears in the print version of this title: ISBN. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th Edition | The most widely read textbook in the history of medicine -- made even.
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This is a book to have on your lab coat pocket or in any kind of digital book or reading device. I love how Harrison's "Pocket Manuel" has pages lol. Compared to the desk reference version, this is definitely smaller and hasn't skimped on the important details.
Sure enough, it even fits into the lab coat pocket but I'd recommend putting something in your other pocket as well to balance you back out. My go-to reference. I am a medical student and this is the first source I go to when I am looking into a disease.
It provides a concise overview and does a really nice job if presenting clear information about the presentation and treatment of various diseases. I will caution that the information on the pathophysiology is sometimes a little lacking, but if used as a supplement to Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, it works really well. I often find that I can get more than enough information from this source alone to be confident about answering these questions on an exam.
Tables are very logical and succinct. True to Harrison's form, it's an amazing resource. I love this little manual. Currently a 4th year medical student going into Internal Medicine and I keep this with me everywhere. If I ever need a little refresher on something, the answer is in there. All the Harrison's greatness in a portable and quickly scannable package.
One person found this helpful. Excellent reference.
Easy to use. Fairly comprehensive. Logically organized. I love this book. It is very straightforward and easy to understand.