SECTION I (Chapters 1 to 20)
FUNDAMENTALS OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE; GENETICS AND PERSONALIZED MEDICINE; EVALUATION OF THE PATIENT
SECTION II (Chapters 21 to 40)
HEART FAILURE; ARRHYTHMIAS, SUDDEN DEATH, AND SYNCOPE
SECTION III (Chapters 41 to 61)
PREVENTIVE CARDIOLOGY; ATHEROSCLEROTIC CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
SECTION IV (Chapters 62 to 75)
DISEASES OF THE HEART, PERICARDIUM, AND PULMONARY VASCULAR BED
SECTION V (Chapters 76 to 89)
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS; CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND DISORDERS OF OTHER ORGANS
The 10th Edition of Braunwald’s Heart Disease Review and Assessment, by Dr. Leonard S. Lilly, provides an updated, clear, and concise overview of essential aspects of cardiovascular medicine. Offered in print and online, more than 700 review questions - derived from the 10th Edition of Braunwald's Heart Disease - test your knowledge of all important concepts in cardiology today. Detailed answers comprise "mini-reviews" of the material, and cross references to the main text make it easy to find definitive explanations for questions you may not have answered correctly, thus ensuring this medical reference book is the perfect review tool to prepare for subspecialty board exams in cardiovascular medicine.
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- 19th May 2015
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Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Chief, Brigham and Women’s/Faulkner Cardiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts