An excellent quick resource for essential information on hematology/oncology issues hospitalists, residents, and PCP's may encounter.
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Concise, portable, and user-friendly, The Washington Manual Hematology and Oncology Subspecialty Consult, 4th Edition, provides quick access to the essential information needed to evaluate a patient on a subspecialty consult service. This edition offers state-of-the-art content, including coverage of new anti-cancer drugs and new biomarkers and therapeutic targets. Ideal for fellows, residents, and medical students rotating on hematology and oncology subspecialty services, the manual is also useful as a first-line resource for internists and other primary care providers.
* Thoroughly revised to include new standards in the treatment of malignancies and hematologic disorders, mechanisms of action of new therapeutic agents, and the current use of molecular prognostic factors.
* A new chapter on immunotherapy reviews approved and potentially approved new therapies that help you improve clinical outcomes for your patients.
* A reorganized, consistent format throughout ensures that you can find what you need quickly and easily.
* Comprehensive coverage addresses all areas of hematology and oncology.
* Symptoms, signs, and problems encountered in daily practice are presented in a quick-reference bulleted format.
* Updated references are provided for readers who would like additional information on a particular topic.
* Written by fellows and junior faculty from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
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