Bedside Clinics in Medicine 6th – Part I is deals with long, short and spot cases with special reference to questions asked in oral
This is not a text book of medicine. Bedside Clinics in Medicine 6th is based on bedside clinics on hundred ‘model cases’ oriented to oral and practical examinations with special stress on clinical methods. 1 hope this book will be very much helpful to students of clinical medicine both undergraduate and postgraduate.
First, I wish to express my deep sense of gratitude to my parents and family members, whose constant encouragement has enabled me to complete this book.
Next, I take the opportunity to extend my heartfelt reverence and fathomless gratitude to all my respected teachers. I feel, I should make a special mention of the names of Prof. P. Sen, MD (Cal), FRCP (Edin), FICA (USA), Prof. S. Sen, FRCP (Edin), FlCA (USA), Prof. P. C. Das, MD (Cal), FICA (USA), FCCP (USA), and Prof. A. K. Kundu, MD (Cal). This book would never have been completed without the help of my wife Mrs. Bijoya Kundu. I am greatly indebted to her.
I owe deep sense of gratitude to Prof. S. K. Paul, MO (Cal) without whose constant encouragement, active guidance and blessings, this book would never have seen the light of the day. I am very much grateful to Mr. Bimal Dhur of Academic Publishers, whose advice has been of great help to me.
I am thankful to Mr. Robin Chatterjee and Ms. Lopamudra Paul for meticulously typing out the manuscript. I also heartily acknowledge Mr. Kaustuv Paul of Crest Publishers who has taken immense pain in publishing this book. I also express my thanks to all the staff of ‘Abhinaba Mudrani’ who have helped me in every step to complete the book.
In conclusion, I would like to admit that only few names appear in this acknowledgement, many too much unsung, have significantly contributed to and enhanced the quality of this book. To all, I am deeply obligated