Cracking the Boards: USMLE Step 1

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Michael Stein, Paul Wheeler
The Princeton Review, Jan 1, 2000 - Medical - 796 pages
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This guide offers a thorough review of all topics covered in the first two years of medical school. Because it is written by past and present medical students who know what it's like to study for the boards, Cracking the Boards: USMLE Step 1 presents the material in the clearest, most easily accessible manner possible.

It includes:
A focused review of all the material students need to know for the exam
Bolded key terms for easy reference, plus hundreds of labeled illustrations
The Princeton Review's proven score-raising approach for USMLE success
Hundreds of charts, and diagrams
Reviews of all the material students need to know: biochemistry, cell biology, human genetics, pharmacology, microbiology, immunology and more
  

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Contents

Molecular Biology to Metabolism 1
60
Cell Biology
63
Human Genetics
97
Pharmacology
115
Microbiology
157
Immunology
237
Hematology
271
Neurology and Neuroanatomy
305
Respiratory System
433
Cardiovascular System
481
Gastrointestinal System
545
Renal and Urinary Systems
591
Reproduction 639
Endocrinology 681
Biostatistics and Epidemiology 713
Psychiatry 727

Skin and Connective Tissue
365
Musculoskeletal System
391

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About the author (2000)

Michael Stein, a physician, teaches at Brown University. His first novel, "Probabilities," was nominated for the PEN/Hemingway Award. Both his first & second novel, "The White Life," were published by The Permanent Press.

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