The comprehensive A.D.A.M. Medical Encyclopedia contains 3,600 original illustrated articles featuring over 2,000 original illustrations in eight topic categories (shown below). Articles are written by health professionals in clear, concise language and include cross-reference hyperlinks to related information, as well as literature source-references for further study.
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Comprehensive articles covering over 1,600 topics. The articles are organized by the disease/condition overview, symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
Articles covering the overview, symptoms, treatment and prevention of 64 injuries, from animal bites to whiplash.
Over 70 topics with information on everything from vitamins and minerals - including an overview, dosage recommendations, side effects and food sources - to additives in food, school lunches, vegetarianism and much more.
Over 300 topics containing an overview, symptoms and treatment options for poisoning and overdosing on many substances, from acetaminophen to window-cleaner.
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Over 500 topics ranging from exercise to smoking cessation to travel-tips.
Graphical presentations covering over 100 topics from gastrointestinal conditions to plastic surgery.
Detailed information on over 300 specific symptoms (e.g., abdominal pain, headache, or heart palpitations), allowing consumers to search topics by what they are experiencing.
Over 600 topics that cover everything from an abdominal CT scan to X-rays; each provides an overview, the risks of the test, and what the results may mean.
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