Christopher M. Wittich
Oxford University Press; 11th edition (August 28; 2016)
The 11th edition of the Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review has been thoroughly updated to include the most recent knowledge that is required to successfully prepare for the American Board of Internal Medicine Certification and Maintenance of Certification tests. The PDF ebook is published in an easy-to-use and comprehensive volume, and it contains a wide variety of condensed chapters that review specific topics that are relevant to each specialty. These chapters are followed by a series of questions and answers that are located at the conclusion of each section. Because of this innovative structure, medical professionals and students can learn more efficiently by squeezing review into their already packed schedules.
This reputable site offers a concise summary of the following medical specialties: cardiology, allergies, endocrinology, general internal medicine, hematology, gastroenterology and hepatology, infectious diseases, nephrology, oncology, psychiatry, pulmonology, neurology, and rheumatology. This e-book is an essential resource for anyone who is studying for board examinations, and it is also an essential addition to the medical library of anyone who is wishing to add a reference on internal medicine to their collection.
The following are some of the key features included in the 11th edition of the Internal Medicine Board Review:
- Each chapter contains a list of key facts and definitions, which serve to highlight crucial information without interrupting the flow of reading through the chapter;
- In order to facilitate reading and learning throughout the entire ebook, there is abundant illustration in the form of tables, figures, and boxes.
- Each section features tabs that are color-coded to make studying and reviewing material easier;
“Patient-centered and loaded with pearls, the Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review 11th edition is an exciting read; it conjures your short preparation as an intern before traveling to see your first admission.” You are going to read each and every word! The “Key Definitions” and “Key Facts” that are included in each chapter serve as the ideal review material for the week immediately prior to the exam. — Donald W. Landry, M.D., Ph.D., Physician-in-Chief, NYP/Columbia, Samuel Bard Professor of Medicine, Columbia University, New York