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This book on clinical genetics and genomics includes many common-sense approaches, useful standards and definitions, suggestions for appropriate testing, and excellent references. It is designed to provide a basic guide to the clinical consultation, be it in outpatients or on the ward, and is intended to be used with other data sources, web resources, and texts. Blank pages are distributed throughout the book to enable the reader to update and personalize the copy with notes from current journals, guidelines, seminars, and lectures. Medical genetics trainees, residents, and fellows should particularly find this book useful; the mature and experienced clinical geneticist should also find it useful and thoughtfully constructed. Helen V. Jane A.
Clinical genetics is a relatively young speciality dealing with genetic disorders of all organ systems affecting all age groups. To say writing a comprehensive and useful book for clinical geneticists is a Herculean task is like stating the obvious. The authors of Oxford Desk Reference: Clinical Genetics deserve to be congratulated for achieving the impossible. This is one hands on guide sorely missed by trainee geneticists in the past. Dr Helen Firth and Dr Jane Hurst not only realised the need for such handbook but managed to address it effectively.
ISBN Edited by Harold Chen. I was pleasantly surprised and at the same time excited, when I was asked to review these two genetics books of great quality. Oxford desk reference: clinical genetics is a very practical, handy book and Atlas of genetic diagnosis and counseling is a classical medical textbook. Both are an impressive source of knowledge and would be a great asset to anyone relating to this challenging and complex speciality. This book fits the process of approach to a genetic condition, diagnosis, investigation, management, and counselling aspects onto a double page spread, ensuring that the book is an accessible, quick reference for the clinic or hospital consultation.