Review of Pathology
This text contains over 1000 questions with answers and explanations that aim to help students test their knowledge and prepare for USMLE and FLEX exams. It covers both general and systemic pathology, normal and abnormal states, and a variety of disease processes provides fulfilment of study needs. It includes a self-test with colour gross photographs and micrographs like those found on standardized exams, questions pertaining to graphs to help students interpret visual data, and helpful lists of mosts such as tumours that most often metastasize to the bones and most common cause of osteoporosis.
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