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pearl

 [perl]
1. a smooth lustrous deposit found in certain mollusks, valued as a gem.
2. something resembling this structure, either because of being round and hard or because of being considered valuable.
3. a small medicated granule, or a glass globule with a single dose of volatile medicine, as amyl nitrite.
4. a rounded mass of tough sputum, as seen in the early stages of an attack of asthma.
clinical pearl a short, straightforward piece of clinical advice.
epidermic p's (epithelial p's) rounded concentric masses of epithelial cells found in certain papillomas and epitheliomas.
Laënnec's p's soft casts of the smaller bronchial tubes expectorated in bronchial asthma; see also Curschmann's spirals.

clinical pearl

a short, straightforward piece of clinical advice.
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Haynes shares the fruits of his wide experience, and he has distilled a great deal of complex and rapidly changing information into clinical pearls that we can all put to immediate use.
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For the fifth edition of this pediatric infectious diseases medical reference, Fisher, Boyce, and newcomer Correa replace the long reference sections at the end of each chapter with references to a few important papers, add some clinical pearls throughout and chapter-end summaries, add new figures and photographs and drop some of the old tables, and acquire an online presence so the text can be accessed by a number of devices.
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While I thought myself adequately informed on this material, I admit to putting circles and stars on every page of the book, marking the new fascinating tidbits and clinical pearls.
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With the promise of clinical pearls from an impressive panel and the opportunity to earn up to nine CET points, the lecture theatre was full to capacity with over 150 attendees.
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