Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review 11th Edition PDF
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The Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review, Eleventh Edition, is the result of the dedicated efforts of Mayo Clinic physicians in multiple specialties whose primary mission is to put the needs of the patient first. The field of internal medicine is constantly changing as science is advanced. The goal of this textbook is to provide the reader with the essential elements for the practice of internal medicine. Readers preparing for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Certification and Maintenance of Certification examinations will find the textbook comprehensive and easy to study. Additionally, readers who want a reference or a general knowledge review in internal medicine will find this textbook an important addition to their medical library.
The Eleventh Edition uses a new design to improve readability with color- coded chapter tabs and key facts and key definitions highlighted separately from the main text. The oncology and neurology chapters have been completely reorganized according to disease site. New chapters have been added on complementary and integrative medicine and quality improvement. Several major topics have been divided into shorter chapters for ease of study, and all chapters have been completely revised with a focus on covering content in the ABIM Certification Examination Blueprint. The editors have worked diligently to remove extraneous material that would not be useful for the practice of general internal medicine, yet the book is comprehensive and easy to study.
I wish to thank all the authors for their careful attention to detail and hard work. The associate editors, all members of the Division of General Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic, provided incredible insights into what information is truly needed to practice general internal medicine. I would like to especially thank Thomas J. Beckman, MD, senior associate editor, for his years of mentorship, during which he taught me to be a scholar and medical writer. I would like to thank Morie A. Gertz, MD, Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and Paul S. Mueller, MD, Chair of the Division of General Internal Medicine, who provided the encouragement and resources to make this textbook possible. I also thank Michael O’Brien for his administrative support. This book would not exist without the dedication of the Mayo Clinic Section of Scientific Publications staff, including Joseph G. Murphy, MD, Chair; Randall J. Fritz, DVM, and LeAnn M. Stee, with assistance from Patricia M. Flynn and Colleen M. Sauber, editors; Kenna L. Atherton, manager; Jane M. Craig, editorial assistant; and John P. Hedlund and Ann M. Ihrke, proofreaders. I gratefully acknowledge the support of Mayo Clinic Scientific Press and Oxford University Press. Finally, I thank Laura M. Sadosty, in the Department of Medicine, who organized over 70 physician authors— a remarkable feat indeed!
In the spirit of the previous editions, I trust that Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review, Eleventh Edition, will serve those in the pursuit of mastering the art and science of internal medicine.
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