The 2014 ABIM Internal Medicine Board Exam results are out! For those that passed, we are so happy for each of you! As with each of us who has taken the exam – you don’t get here without a lot …
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With all the recent revisions to hypertension goals, breast cancer screening, prostate serum antigen (PSA) testing, etc., you’d think medical societies were deliberately trying to confuse medical students and internal medicine residents preparing for the USMLE and ABIM examinations. Fortunately, …
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Happy Friday! It’s been a while since we’ve put up a internal medicine board review question. This one is straight out of the Internal Medicine QBank!   21-year-old female presents to the ED for pain in her chest with deep …
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If you’re like millions of other Americans and folks around the world, you’ve already taken the #IceBucketChallenge. Indeed, over $41 million —and growing—have been donated to the cause that has gone viral on social media since late July. The beneficiary …
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It’s Medical Mnemonics Monday! Mnemonics can help you whether you’re studying for the ABIM board exam, USMLE Step exams (or any other medical board exam). Today we focus on how to remember the 6 Skull bones. S – Sphenoid T …
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Our Medical Mnemonics Platform is finally here! Just a little over a year after we launched the Internal Medicine Question Bank, we are thrilled to be announcing the launch of our second product. An idea that came to us after …
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It’s Medical Mnemonics Monday! Mnemonics can help you whether you’re studying for the ABIM board exam, USMLE Step exams (or any other medical board exam). Today we focus on Left illiac fossa causes of pain. S – Sigmoid diverticulitis U …
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Today, we are thrilled to announce that will be launching a revolutionary new platform for learning – a medical mnemonics platform featuring over 1,500 high-yield peer-reviewed mnemonics and 200 visuals.   Everything we do here at Knowmedge is to help …
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It’s Medical Mnemonics Monday! Regardless of whether you’re studying for your ABIM board exam, USMLE Step exams (or any other medical board exam), it’s important to understand the sequential loss of pituitary hormones due to mass effect. Sequential loss of …
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Congrats on embarking on the most mentally rigorous, physically exhausting and emotionally intense three years of your medical career! If you browse through Knowmedge’s various outlets on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, in addition to our subscription QVault containing 900+ ABIM-prep …
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