Mind Maps in Medicine

  • ID: 3684795
  • Book
  • 168 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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The concept of mind mapping was introduced by Tony Buzan in 1973. Since then it has become a technique used in many disciplines to help clarify thinking, organise thoughts and information, provide overviews of complex topics, and help build mental models.
This is a book of mind maps covering general medicine for medical students. It will act as a revision book, provide an overview of the subject, and help the student organise their learning of a subject.

This is a book of 140 mind maps covering the whole of general medicine. The maps are arranged in order of body systems; most chapters open with a double-page signs and symptoms map.
See the authors Preface for further information on the technique of mind mapping and why it will appeal to a purchaser.
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How to Use This Book. Abbreviations.
Maps Are Divided Into Twelve Sections:
Cardiology (20 Maps)
Respiratory (17 Maps)
Central Nervous System (19 Maps)
Blood Disease (16 Maps)
Kidney (9 Maps)
Nutrition (2 Maps)
Gastrointestinal Tract (16 Maps)
Metabolic Disorders (5 Maps)
Endocrine (8 Maps)
Connective Tissues and Joints (14 Maps)
Infectious Disease (9 Maps)
Tropical (5 Maps)
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McDermott, Peter Consultant Radiologist, Stirling Royal Infirmary NHS Trust, Stirling, UK.

Clarke, D. N. Consultant Physician, Stirling Royal Infirmary NHS Trust, Stirling, UK.
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