Deja Review Surgery, 2nd Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 23, 2011 - Medical - 412 pages
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"Flashcards in a book" provide a comprehensive yet concise review for the surgery clerkship

Maximum retention in minimum time!

Drawn from the perspective of residents fresh from their medical school and USMLE experiences, these unique "flashcards in a book" help you remember high-yield facts in the least amount of time possible and focus on what is essential for success on the shelf exam and the USMLE Step 2 CK.

  • Active recall Q&A boils down must-know concepts for clerkship success
  • Clinical vignettes at the end of the book put content in clinical context
  • Mnemonics and key words help you focus on core facts
  • 100 high-yield images
  • Complements larger course books and works well with other type of review books
  • Convenient 6"x9" size is great for study on the go

The content you need for clerkship success:
Chapter 1. Esophagus; Chapter 2. Stomach; Chapter 3. Small Bowel; Chapter 4. Colon; Chapter 5. Anorectal; Chapter 6. Spleen; Chapter 7. Hernia; Chapter 8. Liver; Chapter 9. Gallbladder; Chapter 10. Pancreas; Chapter 11. Endocrine; Chapter 12. Trauma; Chapter 13. Critical Care; Chapter 14. Burns; Chapter 15. Wound Healing, Skin and Soft Tissue, and Plastic Surgery; Chapter 16. Breast; Chapter 17. Pediatric Surgery; Chapter 18. Vascular Surgery; Chapter 19. Cardiothoracic Surgery; Chapter 20. Transplant; Chapter 21. ENT; Chapter 22. Bariatric Surgery; Chapter 23. Urology; Chapter 24. Neurosurgery; Chapter 25. Orthopedics; Index

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Contents

Chapter 1 Esophagus
1
Chapter 2 Stomach
13
Chapter 3 Small Bowel
25
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About the author (2011)

Amit Tevar, MD is currently an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Transplantation at the University of Cincinnati. He also is the director of Surgical Student Education, the Transplant Surgery Fellowship Program, and the Pancreas Transplant Program. Dr. Tevar graduated with his medical degree from the University of Missouri School of Medicine. He completed his general surgery residency at Indiana University's Medical School and finished his solid organ transplant fellowship at the University of Chicago. He came to the University of Cincinnati in 2004 as a Transplant Fellow.

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