In medical school, the three multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN) syndrome types hardly take up a couple of Powerpoint slides during your endocrinology course. During Internal Medicine residency, you may see one case during your three years…if you are lucky. Even …
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What’s a good predictor of your likelihood of passing the ABIM Internal Medicine Board Exam? While the research is relatively light in this area, a couple of studies have concluded that your In-Training Examination (ITE) scores can be a predictor …
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We’re coming upon the 2nd Sunday of May – better known as Mother’s Day. This day has a special meaning to a lot of people around the world. We are no different here at Knowmedge. While we appreciate our Mom’s …
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Dementia is an important topic to understand for the USMLE Step 3, ABIM, and on other medical exams where internal medicine is a major focus. The following is an excerpt out of Cracking the USMLE Step 3. Dementia Global cognitive decline …
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Breast Cancer is an important topic to understand for the USMLE Step 3, ABIM, and on other medical exams where internal medicine is a major focus. The following is an excerpt out of Cracking the USMLE Step 3.  Risk factors include: …
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The 2nd Annual Knowmedge Internal Medicine Question Challenge has come to a close and we’re excited to announce the winners! A total of 47 people participated in this year’s Facebook contest. The contest awarded participants points for answering a series …
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The Knowmedge Facebook Internal Medicine Question Bank results are in! There was certainly a lot of participation and after the 1st half, it’s still anyone’s game! The leaders are currently Arsalan, Aaron, and Rajesh. However, as we remember from last …
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Internal Medicine Board Review Courses Are you studying for the ABIM Internal Medicine Board Exam? We’ve touched upon our suggestions for studying for the ABIM exam including a brief overview of the independent internal medicine board review courses. There are a lot …
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Not just budding journalists; writer’s life offers lessons to medical students and residents too A rumble spread through the media world last Thursday when, just hours after moderating a panel for The New York Times, the veteran journalist David Carr …
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Hello everyone! My name is Nick Mephis. As the winner of the last Knowmedge challenge, I’ll be running the upcoming Facebook challenge and am pumped up to get started testing some High-Yield and key Internal Medicine concepts that YOU WILL …
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