Mosby's Review Questions for the NBCE Examination: Parts I and II

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Elsevier Health Sciences, Dec 20, 2005 - Medical - 696 pages
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This valuable review tool features 1,000 multiple-choice questions with explanatory answers, organized by topic, according to Parts I and II of the NBCE boards. No other product on the market is as comprehensive and useful. It provides a Q&A review with rationale and quick reference tools to help users prepare for the boards. Updated references in each section direct students to supplemental reading for further information. Tables, boxes, and other quick-reference tools summarize content at a glance. This title includes additional digital media when purchased in print format. For this digital book edition, media content is not included.

  • Approximately 1,000 multiple-choice questions with explanatory answers are organized and formatted according to the national boards.
  • Updated references in each section refer readers to supplemental resources, making it easier to investigate specific topics.
  • Illustrations visually reinforce difficult topics and aid understanding.
  • Tables, boxes, and other quick reference tools summarize the content at a glance.
 

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Contents

At puberty the Yshapedtriradiate cartilage is still present
Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems
Digestive System
Respiratory System
Osteology of the Appendicular
Myology of the Axial Skeleton Chapter 12 Arthrology and Syndesmologyof the Axial Skeleton
Anatomy of the Central Nervous
Anatomy of thePeripheral and Autonomic Nervous Systems
Head and Neck Examination
Thorax Examination
Abdominal Examination
Rectal and Urogenital Examination
Clinical Diagnosis
Laboratory Interpretation Section Eight Neuromusculoskeletal Diagnosis Chapter 54 Case History
Posture and Gait Analysis
Orthopedic Examination Chapter 57Neurologic Examination Chapter 58 Clinical Diagnosis

Organs of Special Senses
Physiology
Neurophysiology
Muscle Physiology
Cardiovascular Physiology
Lipids
Which of the following bone cells are located within bone
Proteins
Enzymes
Nucleotides Chapter 31Vitamins Chapter 32 Biochemical Chapter 34Genetic
Fundamentals of Pathology
Disorders of the Immune System Chapter 36 Environmental and Nutritional Diseases
Disorders of theMusculoskeletal
Which of thefollowing bonecells causes bone resorption
Disorders of the Nervous System
Diseases of the Organ Systems
Microbiology and Public Health Chapter 40Principles of Microbiology
Communicable and Infectious Diseases Chapter 42 Epidemiology andDisease Management Chapter 43 Environmental Health
Immunology
Part II
General Diagnosis Chapter 45 Case History Chapter 46 Inspection
Vital Signs
Diagnostic Imaging Chapter 59Xray Technology
Radiographic Positioning andNormal Anatomy
What is the nameofthe medial fossa of the distal anterior
Xray Diagnosis Chapter 62 Methods of Interpretation Chapter 63Specialized Imaging Procedures
The coracoid process is a feature of which bone?
The linea aspera is found on the posterior surface of which
Principles of Chiropractic Chapter 64 Evolution of Chiropractic Principles
Concepts of Subluxation and Spinal Lesions
Basic Science Concepts in Chiropractic
Applied Chiropractic Principles
Chiropractic Practice Chapter 68 Spinal Analysis and Evaluation
Which of the following is the lateral continuation of the spine
What is the broad roughlineon the posterior aspect of
Associated Clinical Sciences Chapter 71Gynecology andObstetrics
Geriatrics
Clinical Psychology
Dermatology
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Toxicology
Pediatrics
Index
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