Publisher description for Psychiatry : clinical cases uncovered / Peter Byrne, Nicola Byrne.

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No other series is quite like Clinical Cases Uncovered, where you can rehearse for life in clinical practice with the easy-to-use and well-instructed walk-through scenarios. Each case is presented as you would see it and the use of real-life experiences means the decisions and outcomes are factually-based. Along the way to determining a diagnosis and identifying treatments you can read and see variable symptoms, danger signs and get overviews of all the common, classical and atypical presentations.

Background to the subject and how to approach the patient are covered in an introductory section and once you have worked through the range of cases you can test yourself with a selection of MCQs, EMQs and SAQs. This distinct blend of learning means you will improve time and again, greatly enhancing your decision-making skills. With such a wide range of subjects covered you will soon see the benefit of the CCU approach.

Get the most from clinical practice, with Clinical Cases Uncovered

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Psychiatry -- Examinations, questions, etc.
Psychiatry -- Case studies.
Mental Disorders -- Problems and Exercises.