By Eugene C. Toy, Robert J. Yetman, Mark D. Hormann
The closest you will get to seeing sufferers with no being at the wards!
scholars desire publicity to situations to move the USMLE Step 2 and the pediatrics shelf examination. This booklet offers fifty five medical situations illustrating crucial ideas in pediatrics. excellent for the clerkship and the USMLE Step 2, each one case contains a longer dialogue, definitions of keyword phrases, medical pearls, and USMLE-style overview questions. This interactive studying procedure enables you to study rather than memorize.
*60 pediatric instances with entire discussions *Clinical pearls spotlight key issues *USMLE-style comprehension questions with each one case *Primer on find out how to strategy the pediatric sufferer *Proven studying procedure improves shelf examination ratings
Superior to different case dossier books. --Chang-Kun Choi, scientific scholar, Midwestern collage institution of drugs
utilizing medical situations not just makes the interpreting enjoyable and engaging, however it is much extra attractive than sitting down with a bulleted textual content and reviewing aspect after aspect. this can be a far better technique to examine medical details. i haven't learn a publication like this sooner than, and that i definitely have loved it. –-Eric Hossler, clinical pupil, James H. Quillen collage of drugs
I enjoyed this booklet! i'd suggest this booklet to all third-year scholars… The publication makes use of a scientific procedure and doesn't lose sight of the pathophysiology at the back of the affliction -- nice practise for being at the wards! the subject material is usually deceptively unique, with even more details than one commonly reveals in a textual content of case records. The reader can use this publication as both a rigorous self-test or a read-through advent to the topic. once more - a very good textual content! -–Elizabeth Johnston, clinical pupil, Emory college
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Case Files Pediatrics by Eugene C. Toy, Robert J. Yetman, Mark D. Hormann