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Oxford Textbook of Rheumatology: 2-Volume Set (Oxford Medical Publications) 2nd Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0192626974
ISBN-10: 0192626973
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From the first edition: 'The multiauthor format used for this book provides readers with an up-to-date review written by clinicians and scientists with experience of research in a topic that changes rapidly from year to year ... the Oxford Textbook is thorough and comprehensive ... It is generally easy to read and assimilate and is a worthy addition to the texts already available.' Max Field, University of Glasgow, BMJ, Volume 308, February 1994

'The two books are very attractive, well-produced and well-made, and a pleasure to handle ... it gives adequate detail for specialists about rare conditions and is thus a successful tool in the trade of the specialist rheumatologist.' Dr Michael F. Grayson, The Journal of Orthopaedic Medicine, Vol 16 1994, No1

'In the past 15 years there have been a number of new rheumatology textbooks. There are no criteria to say which one is best, but the Oxford is certainly a leading contender. As a background text it is food for all levels from the primary care physician to the rheumatology trainee and rheumatologist.' John Baum, MD, University of Rochester Medical Center, The Journal of Rheumatology 1994

'I think the editors have certainly achieved their aim in providing a comprehensive, informative and novel textbook which will undoubtedly become the standard rheumatological reference work in the years to come.' S.R. Rudge, The Royal London Hospital, Workshop on Epidemiology and Treatment of Low Back Pain

'I liked this new textbook of rheumatology. The book is practical, concise, and the emphasis is on the clinical. However, the basic science material is adequately presented, and in a fashion that makes it approachable to the non-research rheumatologist or fellow ... the focus of the textbook is uniform, an attempt to be comprehensive succeeds, and the book is portable without any prior weightlifting in the gym. The print is clear, and the pictures are well reproduced and well selected. If one had to purchase one textbook of rheumatology, this would probably be my choice.' Stuart B. Mushlin, Arthritis and Rheumatism

`'...This textbook is very well presented and easy to read.Each chapter is comprehensively referenced, to facilitate further reading...a superb textbook that reflects current understanding and practice in rheumatology around the world, and as such is a valuable addition to any personal or departmental library.' Dr Ian N.Bruce, Jnl of Rheumatology 1998: 25:10.

'This book encapsulates rheumatology...It is well researched, clearly written, excellently produced, comprehensive and up to date. I have no doubt that every rheumatologist needs either to have a personal copy or to have ready access to one.' Rheumatology (formerly the British Journal of Rheumatology, 1998

'This textbook is very well presented and easy to read. Each chapter is comprehensively referenced, to facilitate further reading...a superb textbook that reflects current understanding and practice in rheumatology around the world, and as such is a valuable addition to any personal or departmental library.' The Journal of Rheumatology, 1998

'...an essential pair of reference volumes on the bookshelves of every rheumatologist and every medical library...The editors are to be congratulated.' Rheumatology in Europe, 1998

`This book encapsulates rheumatology... It is well researched, clearly written, excellently produced, comprehensive and up to date. I have no doubt that every rheumatologist needs either to have a personal copy or to have ready access to one.' Rheumatology, 1998

About the Author

P. J. Maddison, Consultant Rheumatologist, Gwynedd Hospitals NHS Trusts, Bangor. David A. Isenberg, Professor of Rheumatology, University College, London. Patricia Woo, Professor of Paediatric Rheumatology, University College and Institute of Child Health, London.
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