174 Cases in Medicine Atlas and Commentary There is no shortage of books on internal medicine. The basic
requirement remains the same—to impart useful knowledge. It becomes quite monotonous to read a book containing
only printed text: Images come as welcome diversion. It is said that an image is worth a hundred words. Arepresentative
image followed by interesting discussion should provide a good platform for happy learning—it is next best to the
learning directly from the patient—which, though ideal, is not always practical as one does not get to see the wide
variety of patients during the limited exposure to patients during their clinical postings / rotations.
This book is a sincere effort in this direction. Each image has a story to tell, a point to make and a lot to offer in the form of
firsthand knowledge. The reader will derive much happiness while indulging in this book and will be benefitted by it too!
The Atlas covers 174 cases of great importance to the postgraduate students and practitioners of internal medicine,
each case illustrated to highlight and describe the classical features to understand the elements of diagnosis and