Summary and Info
A student-favorite review of the OB/GYN clerkship and preparation for the shelf exam now offers a CD-ROM that includes all the book's questions in an interactive, electronic format; current therapies and techniques; a wealth of additional figures, tables, and questions to help students better assimilate information; revised questions to more closely match USMLE guidelines; updated case studies for confident clinical decision making; and a brand-new chapter on breast disorders. The book's outline organization displays key terms in bold type, 350 USMLE-style questions with full explanations at the end of each chapter, a comprehensive self-examination, and just the right amount of detail for rapid review and reference. Students welcome this compact, easy-to-carry resource as a quick-check before going onto the wards, to identify areas needing further study, for use in study and discussion groups, and for productive, self-directed learning.
More About the Author
Mark Moran is a co-creator of the Weird N.J. magazine and website. Moran, along with co-creator Mark Sceurman, started Weird N.J.
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