General Medical Semiology Guide, Part One is the first part of a two volume set that provides a comprehensive understanding of medical semiology. Highly illustrated with many original images from the author's daily medical practice, the book highlights all signs of diseases and important semiological maneuvers. Each chapter contains a specific questionnaire of important questions that should be asked of patients in different situations to obtain valuable information that will assist in both medical thinking and in the formulation of diagnoses. This volume covers the face, eyes, thyroid gland, skin, mucoses, and more.
- Offers comprehensive coverage of medical semiology for proper patient diagnosis
- Contains original, real-world clinical cases from medical practice
- Provides visual and diagnostic aides that present rare, special situations and difficult to find diseases
- Cover topics on how to examine the face, the eyes, thyroid gland, the skin, mucoses, and more
1. Introduction 2. History of the patient 3. General medical semiology 4. The general objective examination 5. The faces of the patient 6. The eyes 7. The thyroid gland 8. The skin and mucoses 9. The pallor 10. The redness 11. The cyanosis 12. The pigmentation disorders 13. The hypomelanosis 14. The hypermelanosis 15. The jaundice
Dr. Manuela Stoicescu is a Consultant Internal Medicine Doctor and Assistant Professor of the Medical Disciplines Department in the University of Oradea in Romania. She is Member of Romanian Society of Internal Medicine, Member of Romanian Society of Cardiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry and Member of the Balcanic Society of Medicine.
She has been an invited speaker at 24 International Conferences, is an editorial board member for three ISSN Journals in the US and published four books in both English and Romanian.