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Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking

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9780781716550

ISBN10:
0781716551
Media:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
12/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

This classic text still provides the best foundation for performing physical examinations and taking the patient's history. This book features a vibrant, full-color design with more than 1,400 drawings and photos, and a clear, simple two-column format with examination techniques on the left and abnormalities and interpretations on the right.

Table of Contents

List of Tables
xv(4)
Introduction xix
CHAPTER 1 Interviewing and the Health History
1(42)
The Structure and Purposes of the Health History
2(2)
Setting the Stage for the Interview
4(2)
Learning About the Patient's Illness
6(5)
The Skills of Good Interviewing
11(3)
Challenges to the Clinician
14(10)
Patients at Different Ages
24(5)
Situations That Call for Specific Responses
29(6)
The Content of a Comprehensive History
35(1)
Comprehensive History: Adult Patient
35(4)
Comprehensive History: Child Patient
39(4)
CHAPTER 2 An Approach to Symptoms
43(64)
Symptoms and Approaches to Them
44(30)
General Symptoms
44(2)
The Skin
46(1)
The Head
46(1)
The Eyes
46(1)
The Ears
47(2)
The Nose and Sinuses
49(1)
The Mouth, Throat, and Neck
49(1)
The Breasts
50(1)
The Chest
50(4)
The Gastrointestinal Tract
54(6)
The Urinary Tract
60(2)
The Genital System--Female
62(3)
The Genital System--Male
65(2)
The Peripheral Vascular System
67(1)
The Musculoskeletal System
67(3)
The Nervous System
70(1)
The Hematologic System
71(1)
The Endocrine System
72(1)
Screening for Mental Status
73(1)
Tables of Selected Symptoms
74(33)
CHAPTER 3 Mental Status
107(22)
Components of Mental Function
107(3)
Changes With Age
108(2)
Techniques of Examination
110(11)
Appearance and Behavior
111(1)
Speech and Language
112(1)
Mood
113(1)
Thought and Perceptions
114(2)
Cognitive Functions
116(2)
Higher Cognitive Functions
118(2)
Special Techniques
120(1)
Health Promotion and Counseling
121(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
123(6)
CHAPTER 4 Physical Examination: Approach and Overview
129(8)
General Approach
129(3)
Overview of a Comprehensive Examination
132(5)
CHAPTER 5 The General Survey
137(8)
Anatomy and Physiology
137(4)
Techniques of Examination
141(4)
CHAPTER 6 The Skin
145(18)
Anatomy and Physiology
145(4)
Changes With Age
147(2)
Techniques of Examination
149(3)
Health Promotion and Counseling
152(1)
Tables of Abnormalities
153(10)
CHAPTER 7 The Head and Neck
163(82)
Anatomy and Physiology
163(21)
The Head
163(1)
The Eye
163(7)
The Ear
170(2)
The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
172(2)
The Mouth and Pharynx
174(4)
The Neck
178(3)
Changes With Age
181(3)
Techniques of Examination
184(25)
The Head
184(1)
The Eyes
184(11)
The Ears
195(3)
The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
198(2)
The Mouth and Pharynx
200(2)
The Neck
202(4)
Special Techniques
206(3)
Health Promotion and Counseling
209(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
211(34)
CHAPTER 8 The Thorax and Lungs
245(32)
Anatomy and Physiology
245(8)
Techniques of Examination
253(15)
General Approach
253(1)
Survey of the Thorax and Respiration
253(1)
Examination of the Posterior Chest
254(9)
Examination of the Anterior Chest
263(4)
Special Techniques
267(1)
Health Promotion and Counseling
268(1)
Tables of Abnormalities
269(8)
CHAPTER 9 The Cardiovascular System
277(56)
Anatomy and Physiology
277(15)
Surface Projections of the Heart and Great Vessels
277(2)
Cardiac Chambers, Valves, and Circulation
279(1)
Events in the Cardiac Cycle
280(2)
The Splitting of Heart Sounds
282(1)
Heart Murmurs
283(1)
Relation of Auscultatory Findings to the Chest Wall
284(1)
The Conduction System
285(1)
The Heart as a Pump
286(1)
Arterial Pulses and Blood Pressure
287(1)
Jugular Venous Pressure and Pulses
288(2)
Changes With Age
290(2)
Techniques of Examination
292(26)
The Arterial Pulse
292(2)
Blood Pressure
294(5)
Jugular Venous Pressure and Pulses
299(2)
The Heart
301(14)
A Note on Cardiovascular Assessment
315(1)
Special Techniques
316(2)
Health Promotion and Counseling
318(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
320(13)
CHAPTER 10 The Breasts and Axillae
333(22)
Anatomy and Physiology
333(7)
Changes With Age
335(3)
Lymphatics
338(2)
Techniques of Examination
340(9)
The Female Breast
340(5)
The Male Breast
345(1)
The Axillae
345(1)
Special Techniques
346(3)
Health Promotion and Counseling
349(3)
Tables of Abnormalities
352(3)
CHAPTER 11 The Abdomen
355(32)
Anatomy and Physiology
355(4)
Changes With Age
358(1)
Techniques of Examination
359(19)
General Approach
359(1)
The Abdomen
360(4)
The Liver
364(5)
The Spleen
369(3)
The Kidneys
372(2)
The Aorta
374(1)
Special Techniques
374(4)
Health Promotion and Counseling
378(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
380(7)
CHAPTER 12 Male Genitalia and Hernias
387(18)
Anatomy and Physiology
387(5)
Changes With Age
389(3)
Techniques of Examination
392(6)
General Approach
392(1)
Assessment of Sexual Development
392(1)
The Penis
392(1)
The Scrotum and Its Contents
393(2)
Hernias
395(3)
Health Promotion and Counseling
398(1)
Tables of Abnormalities
399(6)
CHAPTER 13 Female Genitalia
405(26)
Anatomy and Physiology
405(5)
Changes With Age
407(3)
Techniques of Examination
410(11)
General Approach
410(2)
External Examination
412(1)
Internal Examination
413(7)
Hernias
420(1)
Health Promotion and Counseling
421
Tables of Abnormalities
433
CHAPTER 14 The Pregnant Woman
431(18)
Anatomy and Physiology
431(6)
The Pregnancy History
435(2)
Techniques of Examination
437(10)
General Approach
437(1)
Vital Signs and Weight
438(1)
Head and Neck
439(1)
Thorax and Lungs
439(1)
Heart
439(1)
Breasts
439(1)
Abdomen
440(2)
Genitalia, Anus, and Rectum
442(1)
Extremities
443(1)
Special Techniques
444(2)
Concluding the Visit
446(1)
Health Promotion and Counseling
447(2)
CHAPTER 15 The Anus, Rectum, and Prostate
449(12)
Anatomy and Physiology
449(2)
Changes With Age
450(1)
Techniques of Examination
451(4)
Male
451(3)
Female
454(1)
Health Promotion and Counseling
455(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
457(4)
CHAPTER 16 The Peripheral Vascular System
461(22)
Anatomy and Physiology
461(6)
Arteries
461(1)
Veins
462(2)
The Lymphatic System and Lymph Nodes
464(1)
Fluid Exchange and the Capillary Bed
465(1)
Changes With Age
466(1)
Techniques of Examination
467(10)
Arms
467(1)
Legs
468(5)
Special Techniques
473(4)
Health Promotion and Counseling
477(1)
Tables of Abnormalities
478(5)
CHAPTER 17 The Musculoskeletal System
483(72)
Anatomy and Physiology
483(24)
Structure and Function of Joints
483(2)
Temporomandibular Joint
485(2)
The Shoulder
487(3)
The Elbow
490(1)
The Wrist and Hands
491(3)
The Spine
494(3)
The Hip
497(4)
The Knee
501(3)
The Ankle and Foot
504(2)
Changes With Age
506(1)
Techniques of Examination
507(35)
General Approach
507(1)
The Temporomandibular Joint
508(1)
The Shoulder
509(5)
The Wrist and Hand
514(5)
The Spine
519(6)
The Hip
525(5)
The Knee
530(7)
The Ankle and Foot
537(2)
Special Techniques
539(3)
Health Promotion and Counseling
542(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
544(11)
CHAPTER 18 The Nervous System
555(66)
Anatomy and Physiology
555(14)
Central Nervous System
555(3)
Peripheral Nervous System
558(2)
Spinal Reflexes: The Deep Tendon Response
560(1)
Motor Pathways
561(3)
Sensory Pathways
564(4)
Changes With Age
568(1)
Techniques of Examination
569(35)
General Approach
569(1)
The Cranial Nerves
569(5)
The Motor System
574(12)
The Sensory System
586(6)
Deep Tendon Reflexes
590(6)
Special Techniques
596(8)
Health Promotion and Counseling
604(2)
Tables of Abnormalities
606(15)
CHAPTER 19 The Physical Examination of Infants and Children
621(84)
Techniques of Examination
624(81)
Approach to the Newborn, Child, and Adolescent
624(14)
The General Survey
638(12)
The Skin
650(2)
The Head and Neck
652(10)
The Eye
662(4)
The Ear
666(5)
The Nose and Throat
671(5)
The Thorax, Breasts, and Lungs
676(2)
The Heart
678(4)
The Abdomen
682(4)
The Genitalia and Rectum
686(4)
The Musculoskeletal System
690(5)
The Nervous System
695(10)
Tables of Abnormalities (throughout chapter)
CHAPTER 20 Clinical Thinking: From Data to Plan
705(14)
From Data Base to Plan
705(1)
Assessment: The Process of Clinical Thinking
706(3)
Difficulties and Variations
709(6)
The Interplay of Assessment and Data Collection
715(2)
Developing a Problem List and Plan
717(2)
CHAPTER 21 The Patient's Record
719(14)
Bibliography 733(20)
Index 753


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