Medical Practice Today

Abdallah A. Abbadi

Abstract


Years ago medical practice was relatively easy and pleasant to the practitioner. It rested heavily on the practitioner's skills and judgment of the practitioner. There were so many things which were unknown at the time and practitioners tended to deal with a disease affecting a group of people as a uniform entity with uniform behavior and uniform treatment. However, variants were recognized and spectrum of disease was recognized. At the time it was very difficult to separate these variants and subtypes since not many laboratory or diagnostic markers were possible. Other diagnostic tools were invasive and too crude to separate the various entities.

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