This book takes a unique approach to 'learning medicine' in a manner that places primary emphasis on recall. Drawing upon
well-established psychological principles, it uses a broad range of strategies to maximize the ability of the reader to recollect
large swathes of information at a later date. The result is an original and refreshing book in which no two pages are quite
alike, and where facts are presented in a hierarchical fashion so that essential features of each condition or symptom can
be grasped immediately, while finer points are given in more detailed reading.