The American College of Physicians (ACP) is commencing its annual national conference in Washington DC beginning Tuesday, May 3, 2016. We couldn’t be more excited! That’s because even if you can’t make the trip to the nation’s capitol, we have …
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A new UCLA study released last week found that 46% of adults in California are pre-diabetic, leading many media outlets to report on this diagnosis. Combining the 9% who have diabetes, the researchers found that over 1/2 of Californians have …
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Below is a review of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, to help prepare you for the USMLE Steps, Internal Medicine In-Training Exam (ITE), ABIM, and PANCE boards. As we approach Valentine’s Day, you’ve probably seen cartoon, oversized hearts pounding out of lovestruck couples …
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It may be rarely seen in clinical practice–Indeed, a New England Journal of Medicine review article from 2012 approximates it being the cause of death of just 1500 patients in the United States–but accidental hypothermia is a topic found in …
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We’re excited to announce that PANCE/PANRE QBank and Flashcards are available on the Knowmedge Platform. Designed to help Physician Assistants excel on their board exam, our QBank brings together 1,500 questions and explanations along with 3,000 flashcards and 500 medical …
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This Christmas marks the release of a likely Academy Award contender highlighting the medical research community’s exposing of the brutal damage done to the brains of former professional football players. In addition to being a well-reviewed film, Concussion, starring Will …
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As 2015 comes to a close, we are thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of the PANCE / PANRE exam Question Bank and Flashcard platform on Knowmedge to help Physician Assistants prep for the board exam. Similar to the Internal …
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American actress and singer Selena Gomez revealed last week in a Billboard interview that she has been diagnosed with systemic lupus erythematous (SLE), a rheumatological condition commonly tested on the USMLE Steps, Medicine Shelf, and ABIM Board Exam. She apparently …
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An internal medicine topic seen on the USMLE, ABIM boards and in the clinic–Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome–appeared in a Pickles comic strip series last week. In the strip, even though Grandpa is wrong about what TMJ stands for, he is …
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We’re excited to announce the launch of our new mobile app for iOS and Android platforms! The Knowmedge app is designed for studying on the go, and includes: 900+ IM Boards-Style Questions | 4,000+ IM Flashcards | 1,500+ Medical Mnemonics …
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