If you want an overview of:
and the pathophysiology, maybe a differential diagnosis and what tests to run you probably search Google and pick and choose from results eg Your Health guides from the Ministry of Health, Patient UK, Web MD, eMedicine, Kidshealth, bpac etc.
Try some of these databases
- DynaMed Regularly updated with the latest published and graded research. Useful for pharmacy.
- Lippincott Advisor written by nurses for nurses
- ClinicalKey - use the Clinical Overviews module