Anatomic Pathology: Flash Cards (2014) (PDF) Deepa Patil and Deborah Chute

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Anatomic Pathology: Flash Cards (2014) (PDF) Deepa Patil and Deborah Chute

Basic Information:

  • Year: 2014
  • Page Number: 512
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 35.06 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: Deepa Patil and Deborah Chute

Description:

McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review Anatomic Pathology Flashcards provide a fast, fun, and effective way for pathology residents to prepare for the anatomic pathology board exam they must pass in order to become certified.

User’s Review:

Given that pathology residents have very little material for board review it was nice to see a new book come out. Unfortunately this book suffers from several flaws. The main one is the book is primarily written as “except” questions. All of the following are true except, a mode of question which the boards are getting away from, and on CP have already dropped. Although these questions are easier to write, they will not be as useful for board prep. In addition the answer key has plenty of mistakes, wrong answers listed etc. One I just read was “Neural tube defects may be caused by a variety of abnormalities including hypothermia.” a few lines later…”Hypothermia is not known to be associated with neural tube defects”.

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