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Investigation of patients with suspected disease has become highly complex, with an ever-expanding plethora of investigative techniques available to clinicians. This handbook details the techniques used in modern clinical medicine, across all the major specialties. Each chapter outlines the range of investigations available, along with preparation of the patient, complications, and interpretation of results. The handbook also includes a symptom-focused approach initially, which helps clinicians determine which system may be involved before, then reviews the specialty-specific sections of the book.