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The classic introductory guide the the principles and execution of the patient interview -- now in full colorCases open each chapter!The Patient History: Evidence-Based Approachcarefully teaches students the steps in history taking, the most important part of the clinical examination. The book guides you through the initial patient presentation by including a list of key questions to ask and differential possibilities to keep in mind.The Patient History: Evidence-Based Approachhas been acclaimed for its outstanding collection of decision-making algorithms that make the patient interview process understable and effective for beginning students.Features The most evidence-based textbook available on the subject NEW full-color design NEW case studies open each chapter, putting the principles in clinical context NEW self assessment questions and answers conclude each chapter