Internal Medicine

General internists are equipped to manage whatever problem a patient brings regardless of how normal or uncommon, or how simple or complex. They are uniquely prepared to take care of complicated diagnostic cases and can deal with serious chronic diseases and circumstances where a few distinct diseases may strike at the same time. Their preparation extraordinarily qualifies them to practice primary care and look after patients. In spite of the fact that internists may go about as primary care doctors, they are not "general specialists," or "family doctors," whose preparation is not exclusively focused on adults and may incorporate pediatrics, obstetrics and surgery. Some internists may concentrate their training on caring of patients in the healing facility setting, and might be referred to as "hospitalists" the larger part of hospitalists in the society is general internist.

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