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websites demonstrating clinical examination


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A Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine
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Gray's Anatomy
Arkansas Anatomy Tables
The Anatomy Lesson
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Videos of Berkeley's undergraduate human anatomy- Anatomy taught by a grandmother
Doctor Tutor- Musculoskeletal System - Interactive Guide
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Iowa's Histology Laboratory
Suny Downstate's Histology Manual
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About USMLE Step 1 Test


Step One of the United States Medical Licensing Examination measures the candidate's ability to apply scientific knowledge to the practice of medicine. This examination is sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Questions are created by committees of experts in each of the content areas. These content areas are anatomy; behavioral sciences; biochemistry; microbiology; pathology; pharmacology; physiology; and other topics including genetics, nutrition, and aging. Between 40 and 50% of the exam covers general principles in these content areas; the remaining 50 to 60% focuses on the following individual organ systems: hematopoietic/lymphoreticular; nervous/special senses; skin/connective tissue; musculoskeletal; respiratory; cardiovascular; gastrointestinal; renal/urinary; reproductive; and endocrine. The exam will focus on the following themes with respect to the above content areas: normal structure and function (30 to 50% of the exam); abnormal processes (30 to 50%); principles of therapeutics (15 to 25%); and psychosocial, cultural, occupational, and environmental considerations (10 to 20%). Candidates will often have to incorporate information from charts, tables, graphs, and gross and microscopic specimens.
The questions on the USMLE Step 1 are in a multiple-choice, best-answer format. In other words, though there may be several answers that are somewhat correct, there will be one answer that is clearly more correct. There are 350 questions on the exam. The number of questions answered correctly will be used to calculate the score on both three-digit and two-digit scales. Individuals who do not begin every block of the test will not receive a score. In order to pass the USMLE Step 1, individuals must receive a minimum score of 182 on the three-digit scale, and 75 on the two-digit scale. The exam takes 8 hours and is administered in 7 one-hour blocks over the course of a day. The USMLE Step 1 is administered year-round by Thomson Prometric; those who wish to take this exam should register for test date and location at the Prometric website.

About USMLE Step 2 Test


Step Two of the United States Medical Licensing Examination measures the candidate's ability to apply medical knowledge and skills to real-life situations. This examination is sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board of Medical Examiners. The content of the USMLE Step 2 is divided into two dimensions: the first dimension includes normal development and basic medical ethics; the second dimension concerns specific medical disorders. This second section contains four general types of medical service: preventive medicine and health maintenance (15 to 20% of the exam); understanding the mechanisms of disease (20 to 35%); establishing a diagnosis (25 to 40%); and applying the principles of management (15 to 25%). The categories from which questions in this second section may be derived include but are not limited to: immunologic disorders; diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs; mental disorders; diseases of the nervous system and special senses; cardiovascular disorders; diseases of the respiratory system; nutritional and digestive disorders; gynecological disorders; renal, urinary, and male reproductive disorders; disorders of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium; disorders of the skin and subcutaneous tissue; diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue; and endocrine and metabolic disorders. In general, candidates will be presented with a medical scenario and required to give a diagnosis, prognosis, an account of the underlying reasons for the condition, and a forecast of the subsequent steps in treatment. Questions may require the candidate to incorporate information from tables, laboratory data, imaging studies, diagnostic studies, and photographs of gross and microscopic specimens. Most of the questions on the test are in a multiple-choice, best-answer format. In other words, there may be several responses that are somewhat correct, but there will be only one answer which is most correct. There are 370 questions on the exam. The number of questions answered correctly will be used to calculate the score on both three-digit and two-digit scales. Individuals who do not begin every block of the test will not receive a score. In order to pass the USMLE Step 2, individuals must receive a minimum score of 182 on the three-digit scale, and 75 on the two-digit scale. The test takes nine hours, and is administered in 8 one-hour blocks over the course of a day. The USMLE Step 2 is administered year-round by Thomson Prometric; those who wish to take this exam should register for test date and location at the Prometric website.

About USMLE Step 3 Test


The United States Medical Licensing Examination, or USMLE, is administered to assess the knowledge and ability of medical professionals. In order to receive a license to practice medicine, candidates must pass the USMLE.
The USMLE is a three-step test sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board of Medical Examiners. The test is used to determine a potential physician's ability to utilize their skills and knowledge when treating patients. The test is a means of ensuring that candidates pursuing a medical license will be capable of providing safe and effective patient care. Candidates must complete all three steps of the USMLE in order to be granted a medical license.
Step 3 of the USMLE ensures a candidate's ability to properly apply medical knowledge in an unsupervised medical setting. The test focuses on the candidate's understanding of biomedical and clinical science. The test requires the candidate to evaluate the severity of a patient's condition, properly diagnose the patient and effectively treat the condition. The test will be composed of a combination of multiple-choice question and computer-based case studies. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to provide patient-centered care for inpatients as well as ambulatory patients.
The test can be divided into two areas: clinical encounters and physician tasks. Clinical encounter questions will be divided into three categories: initial care will constitute 20% to 30%, continued care 50% to 60%, and emergency care 15% to 25%. The physician task portion will be divided into six categories. Between 8% and 12% of the test will be dedicated to each of these areas: patient history and physical examination, laboratory and diagnostic studies, diagnosis, evaluation of severity, and application of scientific concepts and mechanisms of disease. The remaining 45% to 55% of the test will focus on managing patients.
In order to take Step 3 of the USMLE, candidates must acquire an MD degree, pass USMLE Steps 1 and 2, and meet all Step 3 requirements set by the candidate's medical licensing authority. Candidates must complete all three steps of the USMLE within a seven-year period or less.
Candidates are allowed to retake a Step up to three times in a 12-month period. Candidates who must retake Step 3 are required to wait 60 days after their failed attempt to retake the test.
Additional testing information including dates, locations, fees and practice tests can be found at http://www.usmle.org/.

RECOMMENDED USMLE STEP 1 STUDY MATERIAL


Notes versus Textbooks? : Both are important for good reasons. Notes are high-yield factoids that you must know , while a text-book presents the same information in a more reader-friendly format creating an appropriate context to understand the concept clearly. For the USMLE, a practical approach is to start with the Notes and go back to text-books as a reference. For the Old IMGs out there, expecially for subjects that you feel totally blank on, starting with a text book and giving yourself more time for the exam (like 4-5 months instead of 3 is advisable.
Microbiology: Jawetz + Kaplan Notes. Some of my pals even liked reading Microbiology Made Ridiculously Simple. The best advice however is to stick to Kaplan Notes and use the other textbooks as reference or an alternate source for some topics, when Kaplan Notes seem too monotonous and Boring ;-)
Immunology: Jawetz Rocks !
Physiology: BRS + Kaplan Notes.
"The Auscultation assistant" is a great online free tutorial with picutres and sounds to learn about cardiac murmurs :-)
Pathology: Kalpan Notes + Goljan Audio Files !
Pharmacology: Lippincott's TextBook -

Biochemistry: Lippincott's TextBook -

Anatomy:
Neuroanatomy: High-Yield for Neuroanatomy is good enough !
Cross-Sections / CT-scans : An Excellent Free site for studying Cross-Sectional Anatomy and CT-scans is NetAnatomy.com
Histology Slides:WebPath has been the traditional source for studying histology slides.
Other good online material for Histology:
1. Muscle Histology Practice
2. Connective Tissue Histology Practice
3. Epithelial Tissue Histology Practice


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how to get 99 in usmle 1


hey Docs ,
all the best to you for your step 1
you know what if you want a 99 it is possible, just follow these simple instructions, you know what if you want a 99 it is possible, just follow these simple instructions,

first of all decide that you want a 99, i mean if you decide that you want a 95 you will get a 90 so aim for 99 and nothing less. first of all decide that you want a 99, i mean if you decide that you want a 95 you will get a 90 so aim for 99 and nothing less.

You are only limited by what you think. You are only limited by what you think. If i told you that you could never fail what would you do? If i told you that you could never fail what would you do? Do not get frustrated easily, life has just started for you, take one step at a time and enjoy it. Do not get frustrated easily, life has just started for you, take one step at a time and enjoy it. You have great intelligence and education and a great life in US, how many of your countrymen can get such an opportunity. You have great intelligence and education and a great life in US, how many of your countrymen can get such an opportunity.

here is what i would do......... here is what i would do ......... i would sit down first for 2 hours shut down my cell phone and take a notepad and a pen and start answering the following questions with full honesty and sincerity.......... i would sit down first for 2 hours shut down my cell phone and take a notepad and a pen and start answering the following questions with full honesty and sincerity ..........

what do i want (if you are honest here you would say i want a 99 because anything less than that would be a lie), what do i want (if you are honest here you would say i want a 99 because anything less than that would be a lie),

how would i feel when i have achieved my target? how would i feel when i have achieved my target? (think of you holding you usmle step 2 score sheet with a 99 and you giving your friends a great party and celebrating) (think of you holding you usmle step 2 score sheet with a 99 and you giving your friends a great party and celebrating)

what is preventing you from getting to your goal? what is preventing you from getting to your goal? how long would it take for you to reach your target? how long would it take for you to reach your target?

What are the resources that you have that will help you reach your target? What are the resources that you have that will help you reach your target?

Do you have any role models who have got similar results? Do you have any role models who have got similar results?

Describe your ideal day What is your timetable and plan for achieving your target? Describe your ideal day What is your timetable and plan for achieving your target?

answer these questions, not orally, but write them down on paper. answer these questions, not orally, but write them down on paper. You can do this even in chineese, but your pen should not stop for half and hour, just keep on writing. You can do this even in chinese, but your pen should not stop for half and hour, just keep on writing. then read it loud. then read it loud. go to the beach and stand in front of the sea and say it out loud. go to the beach and stand in front of the sea and say it out loud. read it everyday after you wake up and before you go to bed. read it everyday after you wake up and before you go to bed. It should permeate into your system. It should permeate into your system.

now you will start feeling more confident you should now start studying hard. now you will start feeling more confident you should now start studying hard. first start by reading the first 50 pages of kaplan q book where they have shown you how to prepare for the test and how to answer the questions.................. first start by reading the first 50 pages of kaplan q book where they have shown you how to prepare for the test and how to answer the questions ..................

there is a key to studying medicine..before opening any book answer this question....Why am i reading this stuff? there is a key to studying medicine .. before opening any book answer this question .... Why am i reading this stuff? For whom am I reading this text book? For whom am I reading this text book? What is your answer? What is your answer? It is for my patients? It is for my patients? Any single line of the book can save the patients life. Any single line of the book can save the patients life. So then you will get highly motivated to learn each and every line of text book. So then you will get highly motivated to learn each and every line of text book.

what has to be done what has to be done

kaplan text books...for Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, Behavioral Science kaplan text books ... for Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, Behavioral Science

Compass Anatomy/High Yield Anatomy/High Yield Neuroanatomy/High Yield Embryo/High Yield Histology Compass Anatomy / High Yield Anatomy / High Yield Neuroanatomy / High Yield Embryo / High Yield Histology

BRS Behavioral Science BRS Behavioral Science

BRS Physiology - Just the Neurophysiology. BRS Physiology - Just the Neurophysiology.

Goljan Patho - Very good, if you cant read it just solve questions from it. Goljan Patho - Very good, if you cant read it just solve questions from it.

kaplan q book and bank kaplan q book and bank
usmle sample cd usmle sample cd
hematology slides from Harrison's Textbook of Internal Medicine hematology slides from Harrison's Textbook of Internal Medicine
Color Plates from first aid Color Plates from first aid
questions from goljan patho full test questions from goljan patho full test
questions from goljan 5 star pathology questions from goljan 5 star pathology




last 3 weeks just dont solve questions but read all the material again. last 3 weeks just dont solve questions but read all the material again.
Take B complex pills everyday......or else you will get wenickes enceph Take B complex pills everyday ...... or else you will get wenickes enceph
days before exam................. days before exam .................
solve the kaplan simulated and the usmle sample cd about 3 weeks before the exam. solve the kaplan simulated and the usmle sample cd about 3 weeks before the exam.


then 2-3 days for each subject then 2-3 days for each subject
just read kaplan and nothing else, be confident, if you have read it before just read kaplan and nothing else, be confident, if you have read it before
you are going to know the answer. you are going to know the answer.


take notes of all those things of kaplan that you think that you cannot take notes of all those things of kaplan that you think that you cannot
remember eg drug interactions with cyt p 450 in pharmac, side effects of remember eg drug interactions with cyt p 450 in pharmac, side effects of
lithium,...........etc. lithium ,........... etc.
and write them in the diary........................... and write them in the diary ...........................
last 3 days, read no new material, just read those notes that you took and last 3 days, read no new material, just read those notes that you took and
diary,...........also you might read certain topics that have to be diary ,........... also you might read certain topics that have to be
memorized eg patho hemat, cns, kidney memorized eg patho hemat, cns, kidney
pharmac antiarryhythmics, anticancer, rhuematoid arthritis, behavioral sleep pharmac antiarryhythmics, anticancer, rhuematoid arthritis, behavioral sleep
and stats, and stats,
micro virus,etc..................do a rapid revision of those things micro virus, etc .................. do a rapid revision of those things


2 day before exam do usmle sample cd again, see photos of harrison and first 2 day before exam do usmle sample cd again, see photos of harrison and first
aid, read diary. aid, read diary.
day before exam just have fun and relax, day before exam just have fun and relax,


go for a haircut, go for a massage on the head,..........its so relaxing, go for a haircut, go for a massage on the head ,.......... its so relaxing,
dont sleep in the afternoon or else you will not be able to sleep at dont sleep in the afternoon or else you will not be able to sleep at
night,........... night ,...........
do some physical activity like going for a walk,........ do some physical activity like going for a walk ,........
and relax with friends,.........watch a and relax with friends ,......... watch a
movie................ movie ................


and in the morning of the day before the exam read kaplan q book 1st 50 and in the morning of the day before the exam read kaplan q book 1st 50
pages where they have described the ways to answer question in the pages where they have described the ways to answer question in the
usmle.....................dont read anything on last day before exam. usmle ..................... dont read anything on last day before exam. just just
check your orange card and passport check your orange card and passport
Night before the exam, when you go to bed, visualise yourself at prometric Night before the exam, when you go to bed, visualise yourself at prometric
and giving the exam, you are doing so great and fantastic and you know all and giving the exam, you are doing so great and fantastic and you know all
the answers all the time...............wow that is the greatest exam of my the answers all the time ............... wow that is the greatest exam of my
life..................... life .....................
read something that inspires you before you go to bed, ....................so that you go to read something that inspires you before you go to bed, .................... so that you go to
sleep with positive thoughts in your mind............. sleep with positive thoughts in your mind .............
the next morning awake refreshed and happy and ready to give the the next morning awake refreshed and happy and ready to give the
exam........... exam ...........
take 3-4 bottles of tang or vital z with you for energy. take 3-4 bottles of tang or vital z with you for energy. take some jelly take some jelly
sandwich so that you get lot of sugars, remember your brain needs sandwich so that you get lot of sugars, remember your brain needs
glucose as sole source of energy. glucose as sole source of energy.
have a breakfast and take 2 tablets of vitamin B complex because you need have a breakfast and take 2 tablets of vitamin B complex because you need
them more today and take apples in breakfast.................one apple can them more today and take apples in breakfast ................. one apple can
stimulate you more that one cup of tea or coffee can. stimulate you more that one cup of tea or coffee can. those of you who have those of you who have
a habit of drinking tea or coffee can take them to prometric as a habit of drinking tea or coffee can take them to prometric as
well............... well ...............
again check the orange card and passport.................................. again check the orange card and passport ..................................
now take the blessings of your god and conquer the exam now take the blessings of your god and conquer the exam


in the center just take deep breaths in the center just take deep breaths
go to toilet before the test begins............ go to toilet before the test begins ............
wash your face with water and wash your eyes and feel fresh wash your face with water and wash your eyes and feel fresh
once you go inside the test terminal dont immediately start............. once you go inside the test terminal dont immediately start .............
take some deep breathes. take some deep breathes.
take the earplug and put them in your ear. take the earplug and put them in your ear.
take the marker pad and then write on the pad............I am going to do take the marker pad and then write on the pad ............ I am going to do
the very best. the very best. Come on You can and You will do it Come on You can and You will do it
surely................Nothing in this whole world can now stop surely ................ Nothing in this whole world can now stop
me..........Unleash my powers and awaken the giant within me .......... Unleash my powers and awaken the giant within
........................... ...........................
now you are confident........................ now you are confident ........................
then start the tutorial.................... then start the tutorial ....................
you cant skip it but just keep on pressing the next button until it gets you cant skip it but just keep on pressing the next button until it gets
over and then you will be asked your CIN no. over and then you will be asked your CIN no. Just type it and the exam Just type it and the exam
starts. starts.
Read carefully and start exam. Read carefully and start exam. Dont worry.............. Dont worry ..............
Just take the exam like you are playing a video game or computer Just take the exam like you are playing a video game or computer
game,..........no big deal just routine game....................... game ,.......... no big deal just routine game .......................
most important ENJOY the exam, most important ENJOY the exam,
after the block gets over just write on the pad. after the block gets over just write on the pad. Great Job Doctor, keep up Great Job Doctor, keep up
the tempo, keep up the good work , 1 block over successfully.......... the tempo, keep up the good work, 1 block over successfully ..........
DO the 1st two blocks simultaneiously without breaks. DO the 1st two blocks simultaneiously without breaks.
after two blocks take a break, wash your face and eyes to prevent eye strain after two blocks take a break, wash your face and eyes to prevent eye strain
and fatigue, drink some tang. and fatigue, drink some tang. and start the third block..... and start the third block .....
after your 4th or 5th block take a meal.................dont eat too after your 4th or 5th block take a meal ................. dont eat too
heavy,................ heavy ,................
and you are like 70% done. and you are like 70% done.
just give the blocks and after each block write something good about just give the blocks and after each block write something good about
yourself........... yourself ...........
i used the marker pad just for that.............. i used the marker pad just for that ..............
This willl be the best exam that you have ever given in your This willl be the best exam that you have ever given in your
life................ life ................
Ok Folks Enjoy your life,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ok Folks Enjoy your life ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
You already have the VISA POWER now you only need extra mileage on your You already have the VISA POWER now you only need extra mileage on your
score........ score ........
if you need any help i would be glad to be of assistance if you need any help i would be glad to be of assistance
best of luck to all best of luck to all
im sure everyone will do great......anyone and everyone can get a 99 because we are doctors... im sure everyone will do great ...... anyone and everyone can get a 99 because we are doctors ...