Portfolio by the numbers
Divided into clinical medicine, general reference, medical education, revision guides, and surgery, our Medicine collection spans the full spectrum of internal medicine and surgical specialities.
With renowned bestsellers such as, Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery, now in its 27th edition, and leading world medical journals such as Annals of Medicine, our Clinical Medicine portfolio aims to assist every reader in their study and practice of medicine.
Annals of Medicine is one of the world's leading general medical journals. It is a Medline-indexed, peer-reviewed international journal for the rapid publication of reviews and original research, covering all areas of medicine from bench to bedside and back again.
Neuro-Ophthalmology publishes original papers on diagnostic methods in neuro-ophthalmology such as perimetry, neuro-imaging and electro-physiology; on the visual system such as the retina, ocular motor system and the pupil; on neuro-ophthalmic aspects of the orbit; and on related fields such as migraine and ocular manifestations of neurological diseases.
A key resource for physicians specializing in inpatient care, covering the latest in-hospital treatments and protocols and aiding physicians to solve clinical problems.
Bailey & Love is the world famous textbook of surgery. Its comprehensive coverage includes the scientific basis of surgical practice, investigation, diagnosis, and pre-operative care.
First published in 1919 as 'Diseases of Women', Gynaecology by Ten Teachers is well established as a concise, yet comprehensive, guide. The twentieth edition has been thoroughly updated by a new team of 'teachers', integrating clinical material with the latest scientific developments that underpin patient care.
Now in its Tenth Edition and in continuous publication since 1959, Apley & Solomon's System of Orthopaedics and Trauma is one of the world's leading textbooks of orthopaedic surgery. Relied upon by generations of orthopaedic trainees the book remains true to the teaching principles of the late Alan Apley and his successor Professor Louis Solomon.