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Case Reports in Cardiology: Congenital Heart Disease

 Case Reports in Cardiology: Congenital Heart Disease

Case Reports in Cardiology: Congenital Heart Disease


William C. Roberts

ISBNs: B0CLQ3C4CY, 1032529466, 1032529458, 9781032529462, 978-1-032-52946-2, 978-1032529462, 978-1-032-52945-5, 978-1032529455, 9781032529455, 978-1-003-40934-2, 9781003409342, 978-1003409342

English | 2024 | PDF | 329 Pages

From the earliest days of medicine to the present, case reports have been a critical aspect of clinical education and knowledge development. In this comprehensive volume, Dr. William C. Roberts, a renowned expert in the field, explores the rich history and ongoing importance of case reports in cardiology.

Through engaging and insightful analysis, the book demonstrates how case reports have provided physicians with crucial insights into rare diseases, complex conditions, and groundbreaking treatments. Drawing on a vast range of sources, from ancient manuscripts to cutting-edge journals, it offers a unique perspective on the role of case reports in medical education and practice of congenital heart diseases and associated cardiac complications. It underscores how case reports can be used to enhance diagnostic accuracy, identify new treatment options, and promote innovation in the field. In addition, the book provides valuable insights into the process of writing and publishing case reports, including tips for young physicians looking to break into the field.

The book will be an indispensable guide to the history, practice, and ongoing significance of case reports for medical students, physicians, and researchers alike.

Key features:

Provides a rich repository of diverse case reports in cardiology published by the editor and his colleagues over 61 years
Features 52 clinical case studies related to Congenital Heart Disease useful for medical students and practicing cardiologists
Valuable resource for young physicians seeking to establish a foothold in medical research and academics