Clinical biochemistry metabolic and clinical aspects
Clinical Biochemistry: Metabolic And Clinical Aspects by William J. MarshallMarshall, William J., MA, PhD, MSc, MBBS, FRCP(Univ of London); Bangert, Stephen K., MA, MSc, MB BChir, MRCPath(Eastbourne Hospitals NHS Trust)
The contributors represent the specialties of medicine, biochemistry, hematology, oncology, and endocrinology. Most are from academic medical centers and hospitals in the U.K. and New Zealand. Institutions prominently represented include Kings Coll School of Medicine and Dentistry, Univ of London, Univ of Warwick, and Univ of Aukland.
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Now fully revised and updated, Clinical Biochemistry , third edition is essential reading for specialty trainees, particularly those preparing for postgraduate examinations. It is also an invaluable current reference for all established practitioners, including both medical and scientist clinical biochemists. Building on the success of previous editions, this leading textbook primarily focuses on clinical aspects of the subject, giving detailed coverage of all conditions where clinical biochemistry is used in diagnosis and management — including nutritional disorders, diabetes, inherited metabolic disease, metabolic bone disease, renal calculi and dyslipidaemias. The acquisition and interpretation of clinical biochemical data are also discussed in detail. The uses of biochemical data in clinical medicine. The acquisition of biochemical data.
Clinical Biochemistry:Metabolic and Clinical Aspects: With Expert Consult access
Clinical Biochemistry : Metabolic and Clinical Aspects. William J. Marshall , S. Essential reading for candidates for the MRCPath examination and similar postgraduate examinations in clinical biochemistry. The book gives an overview of the acquisition of data, as well as concentrating on clinical aspects of the subject, giving detailed coverage of all conditions where clinical biochemistry is used in diagnosis and management. In common with other diagnostic specialties clinical biochemistry now uses an increasing number of techniques involving the 'new biology': these are covered in this book. It is also increasingly common for medically qualified clinical biochemists to become involved in the clinical management of patients eg nutritional support and material on this will be included.