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The Pocket Edition of Chamberlain's Symptoms & Signs in Clinical Medicine provides a quick reference and a well-illustrated account of the symptoms and signs of diseases affecting all the body systems. This book aids the reader in quickly developing essential clinical skills whilst dealing with the process of compiling differential diagnoses, as well as being able to interlink the key features of the conditions they are likely to encounter. Conforming with the core competencies required for the foundation years, and generously illustrated throughout, the Pocket Edition retains and builds upon the same pioneering qualities of the 13th edition of Chamberlain's Symptoms & Signs in Clinical Medicine. As a portable guide and an essential learning aid, the Pocket Edition will support the reader to achieve competency in: History taking Conducting a thorough clinical examination Principles of diagnosis and clinical reasoning Principles of medical data and information management Assessment & management of the acutely ill patient Managing patients with impaired consciousness Managing patients with acute confusion and psychosis.