- Year: 2012
- Page Number: 368 pages
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 3.45 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Karen Schneider
Obstetrics and Gynecology: PreTest Self-Assessment & Review is the perfect way to assess your knowledge of ob/gyn for the USMLE Step 2 CK and shelf exams. You’ll find 500 USMLE-style questions and answers that address the clerkship’s core competencies along with detailed explanations of both correct and incorrect answers. All questions have been reviewed by students who recently passed the boards and completed their clerkship to ensure they match the style and difficulty level of the exam.
– 500 USMLE-style questions and answers
– Detailed explanations for right and wrong answers
– Targets what you really need to know for exam success
– Student tested and reviewed
Karen M. Schneider, MD is Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, Memorial Hermann Hospital Residency Program in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. Her clinical and research interests include Resident and student education. Stephen K. Patrick, MD is the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program Director at The Methodist Hospital?Dallas in Dallas, Texas.
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⭐ You might hear that Blueprints is the way to go for the Ob/gyn shelf, but that book is for fools who like to torture themselves with useless information or for those who actually want to go into Ob/gyn. This book is literally ALL you need for the Ob/gyn shelf, and by that I mean it’s ALL you need to knock the test out of the park. It’s really well written too.
⭐ Uworld plus this. Once through both. Pass the shelf with ease.
⭐ Pretty good book for preparing for OB/GYN shelf exams in med school. It’s a good source for just more questions to be exposed to if you need supplemental or additional questions for preparation.
⭐ I used this product for the OB/GYN shelf it was great when supplemented with the Kaplan videos. I did better than expected on the shelf and I believe this book was the reason for it! It is a greater and cheaper option than purchasing U WORLD
⭐ If you are someone who likes doing questions to learn, this book is great but you have to read it closely and make sure the explanation explains the question. For the most part the answers are correct but there are multiple times in the book where the answer and explanation do not match. For example, question number 346:You have just performed diagnostic laparoscopy on a 28-year-old patient with chronic pelvic pain and dyspareunia. She has been attempting to get pregnant. At the time of the laparoscopy there were multiple implants of endometriosis on the uterosacral ligaments and ovaries and several more on the rectosigmoid colon. At the time of the procedure, you ablated all of the visible lesions on the peritoneal surfaces with the CO2 laser. Because of the extent of the patient’s disease, you recommend postoperative medical treatment. Which of the following medications is the best option for the treatment of this patient’s endometriosis taking into consideration that she is trying to conceive?Schneider, Karen; Patrick, Stephen (2012-04-18). Obstetrics And Gynecology PreTest Self-Assessment And Review, Thirteenth Edition (PreTest Clinical Medicine) (p. 250). McGraw-Hill. Kindle Edition.One would think the answer choice would be one that allows the patient to conceive….However, the explanation:GnRH agonists are a recent addition to the treatments available for endometriosis. These agents produce a medically induced and reversible menopause state. Collaborative studies have confirmed that fertility rates and symptom relief following treatment are similar between GnRH analogues and other medications. However, GnRH analogues inhibit ovulation and are not an option for women attempting pregnancy. In this patient conservative surgery with postoperative administration of a GnRH is the best treatment option considering it has fewer untoward side effects than danazol and that she is not interested in attempting pregnancy at this time.Schneider, Karen; Patrick, Stephen (2012-04-18). Obstetrics And Gynecology PreTest Self-Assessment And Review, Thirteenth Edition (PreTest Clinical Medicine) (p. 272). McGraw-Hill. Kindle Edition.Maybe I just can’t read and my reading comprehension is poor but the answer doesn’t make sense to me. I thought the lady is TRYING to get pregnant.There are multiple questions in the book where similar situations arise and the answer doesn’t make sense. It’s more prevalent in some sections vs. others (so the authors who wrote that section?) So if you like doing questions, use the book. However, if you need another resource to verify the answer, checkout blueprints, which is a great resource too.
⭐ If you can get through this entire book along with UWISE you should be well prepared for the shelf. Good book for on the go kindle studying.
⭐ This book is perfect for studying for the Ob/Gyn shelf exam. The answers give lots of extra details beyond what you might have read in a study book.
⭐ Great product, helped for both my 3rd year clerkship and the shelf exam. Did well on both. Will purchase more of this series
⭐ Great book
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