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The Oxford Textbook of Medicine is the foremost international textbook of medicine. Unrivalled in its coverage of the scientific aspects and clinical practice of internal medicine and its subspecialties, it is a fixture in the offices and wards of physicians around the world.
Until 31 December 2015
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- Institutions in the countries above: if you are interested in gaining access to the Oxford Textbook of Medicine Online, please contact your EIFL-Licensing Coordinator.
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Internal medicine and its subspecialties
- The very best in international medicine from the world's greatest clinicians and medical scientists.
- Bi-annual updates to the text, including full chapter re-writes, new images, figures, and chapter appendices.
- Includes recent updates to over 70 chapters, focusing on Neurology and Gastroenterology.
- A video introduction to the resource by the authors, available on the OTM homepage.
- Hosted on the re-launched Oxford Medicine Online website which offers:
- COUNTER Statistics at book level
- OpenURL compliance, linking citations across your library catalogue
- MARC21 records free of charge
- Full online help and technical support
- Offers practical guidance on clinical management and the prevention of disease.
- Contains contributions from over 750 of the world's best known clinicians and medical scientists.
- Includes over 2,500 full colour images downloadable for personal use in presentations.
- Offers reference links to PubMed, ISI and CrossRef.
- Content is systematically reviewed and updated regularly to cover important new developments.
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