Abnormal Laboratory Results is a comprehensive collection of common abnormal test results which examine the dilemmas of abnormal tests and outlines how to approach them. Each test is analysed and interpreted in a structured, logical way and assessed in terms of its abnormal and normal reference range. The results are then presented in a variety of clinical contexts so an accurate prognosis and recommendations on management can be made. Each chapter was originally published as an article in the series titled 'Abnormal Laboratory Results' by the journal Australian Prescriber. Key features: 13 completely new chapters; all previous chapters updated PVC cover and two colour internals; and New Book: Abnormal Laboratory Results, Geoffrey Kellerman from McGraw-Hill Education ANZ- Medical.