- Published: 2007
- Number of pages: 334
- Format: PDF
- File Size: 3,30 MB
- Authors: Nancy Futrell MD
The only review book for the biggest subspecialty in neurology, Vascular Neurology: Questions and Answers contains more than 500 questions and answers to help readers prepare for the vascular neurology Boards, as well as the neurology Boards and the AAN’s RITE® exam.
Board-formatted review questions are used throughout, each with an answer and detailed explanation. The information in the book ranges from review of basic neuroscience to must-know clinical neurology to neurovascular esoteric. Divided into nine key sections for targeted topic review, this is the most comprehensive and effective way to prepare for your exams.
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⭐ Questions in this book are much harder and completely different from boards. ⭐ Loved this book. I hope it prepared me well. A few questions were slightly ambiguous in wording but, overall, the material coverage was superb. ⭐ Great prep for Neuro board review. ⭐ Very practical for Vascular Neurology Board preparation including initial certification and MOC. In the future will need additional resources for the endovascular era. ⭐ Passed boards with it. ⭐ Vascular neurology is really amazing text in Q & A format that enables you to digest, asimilate the core features in vascular neurology. It’s really groundbreaking and indispensable text. ⭐ imaging chapter are outdated images and poor quality – hard to see.some questions are outdated given newer guidelines but this is the only book out there for practice questions.aan SAE exams are better practice. ⭐ This volume is intended to help neurologists study for Vascular Neurology Boards. The book is useful in that it lays out what a candidate needs to study when approaching these boards, but some may find its irritations and errors more of a hindrance than a help. The book is plagued by vague questions and poorly constructed answer sets (questions 8, 49 and 162). Some questions address information simply not relevant to human medicine (2, 44 and 314, for example). In some cases, the “correct” answers are not correct – question 61 displays the wrong chemical structures for the thienopyridines, and the answer supplied for question 22 is simply wrong. Other questions cover trivialities – eponyms for brainstem syndromes (127) and facts about neurological illnesses in historical figures (163, 253). Most damaging, the “right” answer in a few questions suggests a course of action unsupported by evidence or expert opinion (185). There are many other problems – including poorly reproduced photographs of imaging and pathology, and MRIs presented without information on the sequence displayed. The material covered was, in my opinion, “tougher” than the actual stroke boards, so a candidate using this volume as a study guide will not be overconfident going into the exam. ⭐ I agree with the review posted by C Miller in 2008. While the book remains useful, numerous errors remain even in the latest edition as of 2018.
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