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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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 Cyanosis. Differential diagnosis of Cyanosis can be remembered by “COLD PALMS”     …
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With the ABIM Internal Medicine Board Exam less than two months away for many of you, here’s a sample rheumatology board review question.   50-year-old man comes to the ED complaining of leg weakness accompanied with a constant back pain. He …
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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 potential recurrent causes of miscarriage. Potential causes of miscarriage can be remembered by …
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It’s already June and 2014 has already flown by! We know many of you have your board exam coming up soon. Some of you are in the final months of preparing for the ABIM Internal Medicine Board Exam. So, in …
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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 Community Acquired Pneumonia (CAP). Today we focus on assessing the severity of CAP, …
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Ophthalmology is one of the topics 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.   Ophthalmology …
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It’s Medical Mnemonics Monday! Today we focus on potential treatments used for Asthma, which can appropriately enough be remembered by the mnemonic ASTHMA.     You can see a list of our previous Medical Mnemonics here.



It’s Medical Mnemonics Monday! Today we focus on symptoms of Acromegaly, which can be remembered by the letters at the beginning of the alphabet.     You can see a list of our previous Medical Mnemonics here.