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Book Reviews

Medical Psychiatry: The Quick Reference

Kelly Brogan, MD, and Carol A. Bernstein, MD

Published: October 31, 2008

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In a highly pragmatic and accessible form, this referencebook speaks to the privileged position we assume, as psychiatrists,in the comprehensive care of our patients. Uniquely qualifiedto assess and treat psychopathology, we are also held to astandard of medical knowledge and management that allows usto appropriately recognize, triage, and recruit consultation onall manifestations of physical illness. To this end, Medical Psychiatry:The Quick Reference should be in the pocket of everytreating psychiatrist.’ ‹


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Volume: 69

Quick Links: Psychiatry

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