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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing Division
Malinzak, Robert Andrew, Albritton, Mark James
Also Available: Skinner, Current Diagnosis & Treatment in Orthopedics: Third Edition(ISBN 0-07-138758-7) "This is a valuable initial and last-minute review for the orthopaedic boards. Due to its succinct overview of each subspecialty in orthopaedics, it would also be valuable to younger residents about to begin that specific subspecialty rotation. This would give them some basic knowledge for "pimp" questions as well as direct their reading to increase their fund of knowledge." -Chris Heck, MD; PGY 4 Orthopaedic Surgery Resident, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY A RESIDENT TO RESIDENT GUIDE YOUR "SECRET WEAPON" FOR THE BOARDS bull; Get answers to board questions from residents who passed bull; Earn top scores on the OITE and Orthopaedic Boards bull; Save time with high-yield topics, mnemonics, and information-rich illustrations bull; Great for initial and list-minute exam review bull; Apply the First Aid formula for exam success! INSIDER'S GUIDE TO OITE AND ORTHOPAEDIC BOARD SUCCESS bull; The only resident to resident guide to help you pass the orthopaedic board exam bull; Detailed what-to-study guidance from top residents who passed bull; Frequently tested high-yield topics as seen on OITE exams bull; 57 high-yield clinical images bull; Insider tips for outstanding performance from residents who've been there bull; Great for recertificationMalinzak, Robert Andrew is the author of 'First Aid for the Orthopaedic Boards', published 2005 under ISBN 9780071461061 and ISBN 007146106X.
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