Board Review from Medscape: CASE-BASED INTERNAL MEDICINE

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    Board Review from Medscape: CASE-BASED INTERNAL MEDICINE

    David C. Dale (Editor), «Board Review from Medscape: CASE-BASED
    WebMD Professional Publishing | ISBN 0974832782 | 2005 Year | PDF | 2
    Mb | 593 Pages

    This is a convenient new review e-book, consisting of nearly 1000 case-
    based problems. Whether you're studying for the board, recertifying,
    or just looking for a convenient way to make sure your patient-care
    skills stay sharp, this internal medicine self assessment tool makes
    review easy and enjoyable.

    * Comprehensive. An extensive library of questions covers all of adult
    internal medicine, plus Psychiatry, Neurology, Dermatology, and more.
    And, each of the 981 questions presents commonly encountered cases,
    diagnostic and therapeutic options, and in-depth reasoning and
    explanations on the recommended choices. Covers all the major areas of
    practice you need to review to score well on the exam.

    * Trustworthy. Questions are derived from the respected ACP Medicine
    CME program. For further reading, the problems are referenced to ACP
    Medicine, a continually updated, evidence-based reference of adult
    internal medicine. The cases are reviewed by experts in clinical
    practice from our editorial board at the nation's leading medical

    * Relevant. Case-based for greater relevance to daily practice—the
    format selected for many of the questions on recent exams. These self-
    assessment questions provide easy-to-understand, detailed explanations
    of the principles behind the answers—an ideal way to get ready for the
    boards or recertification.

    * Print or Electronic Formats. Our problem series can be ordered in
    traditional print or convenient e-book formats. The soft-cover print
    book is approximately 600 pages, published in July of 2005. Or, our e-
    book offers a convenient PDF format for immediate download and allows
    you to test your medical knowledge wherever you choose—from your
    computer or handheld device or by printing out an easy-to-read
    hardcopy to carry with you.

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