The John Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review   Publication Date: April 25, 2012   Editors: Bimal H. Ashar, Redonda G. Miller, Stephen D. Sisson   Overview:   The John Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review, 4th edition book, published by Elsevier, …
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  The Cleveland Clinic Intensive Review of Internal Medicine   Publication Date: April 9, 2009   Editor: James K Stoller, Franklin Michota Jr, Brian Mandell   Overview:   The Cleveland Clinic Intensive Review of Internal Medicine, 5th edition book, published …
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  Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review   The Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review, 10th edition book, published by Oxford University Press, was developed as a comprehensive review guide specifically for those preparing for the ABIM Internal Medicine Board …
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The Knowmedge High Yield Internal Medicine Board Exam Pearls eBook is now available! This eBook brings together all the high-yield pearls you’ve seen on our blog over the past year covering all the major categories you will see on the …
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As we begin #GastroWeek, here is a question reviewing Gastroenterology pathology, which will be high-yield for those of you studying for the USMLE Step 1 exam. Even if you’re not preparing for that exam, give it your best shot and …
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We may not see pediatric patients as Internists, but that hasn’t stopped the ABIM Board or NBME Shelf exam syllabi from covering the topic of which minors don’t require parental consent. In general, the rule is that individuals under the …
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While most of the ABIM Examination topics fall neatly into organ system categories, not all of them fit into this schematic. These include: primary care screening guidelines, substance abuse, vaccinations, etc. Here at Knowmedge, we’ve incorporated this important group of …
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While most of the ABIM Examination topics fall neatly into organ system categories, not all of them fit into this schematic. These include: ophthalmology, primary care screening guidelines, vaccinations, etc. Here at Knowmedge, we’ve incorporated this important group of subject …
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A long-term study of patients with stinging insect anaphylaxis   Stinging insect hypersensitivity reactions, including stings from yellow jackets, honeybees, paper wasps, hornets, and fire ants, are one of the most common causes of anaphylaxis. Life-threatening reactions occur in 0.8% …
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Internal Medicine Board Exam Practice Question As we begin #GenMed Week in our preparation of the ABIM and Internal Medicine Shelf exam, here is a question directly out of the Knowmedge QVault. Give it your best shot and then see …
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