Physical Signs in Medicine and Surgery - An Atlas of Rare, Lost and Forgotten Physical Signs: The work for this text began over two decades ago as Dr. Ashley White was researching ancient diseases and their initial presentations for prevention of future pandemic plagues. This evidence based paleopathology research has granted Dr. White access to some of the world's most sensitive archaeological sites. These locations have been in England, Scotland, North and Central America, Nine additional countries in Europe, Asia - including Russia and China, the Middle East, North and Sub-Sahara Africa, and South America including the Amazon Basin. This comprehensive Atlas was originally conceived for doctors providing needed care in dangerous, rugged and remote situations often created by catastrophe, disasters, epidemics, and military conflicts. It is within these serious environments that this Atlas can assist practitioners find the most obscure and difficult diagnosis where access to x-rays and modern laboratory equipment are often impossible. Designed with a unique reference style of key words tagged to known medical systems the Atlas functions as an easy to use clinical field manual whether in use in an advanced medical care unit or in the harsh realm of the jungle. This extensive compendium of rare medical findings, together with an incredible group of landmark essays make this the most complete Atlas of physical signs ever published.
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Dr. Ashley White is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he earned his surgical degree. He also completed forensic anthropology training and has held membership in a top national pathology academy, as well as, Fellowship status in a surgery association. Dr. White also earned a Baccalaureate of Science Degree in Biochemistry from East Carolina University and was a research associate at the East Carolina University School of Medicine and at Duke University. Dr. White has been a medical staff physician with surgical privileges at three regional medical centers. His practice focus has been oral medicine and surgical pathology. Dr. White is a professional member of the Archaeological Institute of America, founded in 1879 and chartered by the United States Congress. Dr. White lives with his wife and son on their ranch located in North Central Florida and their home in the Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains. For more information visit TheWhiteRanch.org
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