This book on and signs and symptoms, which is indexed in alphabetical order from which the physician will be able to weave a clinical narrative, anatomically and pathophysiologically explicit, to form the accurate diagnostic hypotheses. It is compact, handy and bedside clinical companion book for all dedicated healthcare professionals who are committed to evaluate the patient accurately on the basis of signs and the symptoms. Consists of 91 chapters, enriched with knowledge of about more than 100 contributors. Covers almost all the possible signs and the symptoms, commonly seen in the day-to-day clinical practice. Useful in evaluating the patients in early stages of the complaints and also helpful in initial treatment and management. This book is helpful for undergraduates, postgraduates, residents, and emergency physicians.