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Clinical Cases and Pearls in Medicine
GS Sainani (Hon Brigadier) MD (Nag) FRCP (Lond) FRCP (Edin) Hon FRACP
(Aust) PhD (Pune) DSc (by Research, Pune)
FIACM (Ind) FGSI (Ind) Hon FISC (Ind) FCSI

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Edition 1/e
Publish Year2015
Size 6.75" X 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
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Quick Overview
The origin of this book is based on the students behavioral patterns and their increased nervousness during practical examination. The percentage of success rate in medicine practical is lower than theory examination. For theory examination, the student has to remember the facts by reading a standard textbook of medicine, recall and reproduce the facts to answer the questions to the point. But, in practical examination, the student should have an expertise in bedside clinical methods to elicit proper history, clinical signs in the allotted time in long, short and spot cases to arrive at a proper diagnosis.The book is written in simple English and mostly in points which covers a mammoth collection of important facts about clinical medicine and as it is supplemented by 309 illustrations, it makes it easy in reading, revising and remembering the clinical cases.
Key Features
• Contains 203 clinical cases and 101 pearls in medicine.

• Pearls will enable students to face viva voce during practical examination confidently.

• Each clinical case covers all important aspects which a student expected to know for practical.

• Enriched with 309 relevant sketch diagrams and photographs of the patients.

• Each diseased case is printed in an easy-to-follow format describing pathophysiology, signs and symptoms under clinical features, investigations, complications and management.

• Every important case is followed by viva voce questions.

• Key companion for the students preparing for medicine practicals at final MBBS, MD, DNB and MRCP level.

• Covers a mammoth collection of important facts about clinical medicine along with 309 illustrations to make reading, revising and remembering clinical cases easy and interesting.

• Serves as a ready reckoner for a busy family physician and consultant in medicine and allied branches.
Target Audience
The book is envisaged to disseminate knowledge of clinical medicine not only to students appearing for practical examination but also serve as a ready-reckoner for a busy family physician and even consultants in medicine and its allied branches.

Vincent F Carr, DO, MSA, FACC, FACP (Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)


This is a study guide directed at Indian physicians written by a former dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Pune University, India.


It is intended as a general medicine study guide to help students of medicine sharpen their clinical skills as physicians.


Its primary focus is on students, but it also serves as a tremendous asset for more experienced clinicians who wish to refresh their diagnostic memory and skills.


The book is divided into clinical cases using a traditional organ systems approach. Each case chapter includes an introduction, etiological factors, salient clinical features, some organ system specific definitions in the differential diagnoses, investigations to help formulate the diagnosis, management pearls, and some questions and answers about the topic. The photographs and figures are well presented and there are numerous intuitive tables and figures.


This well presented book of basic medical diagnoses that physicians may encounter in the everyday practice of medicine is a very good addition to the library of every primary care clinician.

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