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30 septembre 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Case files are a great book series for third year clerkships, but pay attention to the publishing year. Major changes in standards of care happen periodically in IM. As a student new to the actual practice of medicine, this book was dated. I purchased a more recent version instead.
Good Supplement for Internal Med
4 mai 2006 - Publié sur Amazon.com
24 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Case Files is well made and good at what it covers. The format is very readable, giving you a scenario and making you think of a diagnosis and plan. It's much better than skimming a heavy albeit more complete text. That said, while 60 case scenarios are a lot, it can't hit everything, and it's important to have a wide base of knowledge for the Internal Med Clerkship. I read this after reading First Aid for Internal Med a few times, and while I picked up a couple of things that I had little clue about, it mainly reinforced what was in that book. I would recommend Case Files for people who 1) like the scenario format and can't stand outlines/bullets/texts 2) are close to taking the shelf exam and want an indication as to how questions might be constructed. MKSAP, however, is probably the closest to the exam you can get. Once again, this is a great supplement, but I would not use this as a primary / singular source.
Adam J. Pruett
Excellent light read for Step 2 CK
13 octobre 2005 - Publié sur Amazon.com
23 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I started using Case Files halfway through my 3rd year as it was gaining popularity. My shelf grades soared with this light reading. Unfortunately, I had internal medicine before I learned about the Case Files series. So, for Step 2, I needed a good review source. I read this in 2 days and easily reviewed the vast subject of internal medicine. It felt like several questions came straight from the book. I can't stress enough how the layout of this series lends to a high yield review that doesn't take extreme concentration. This series is almost all you need for third year!
Excellent for clerkships and the shelf
15 janvier 2007 - Publié sur Amazon.com
8 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Great book! Really covered the minute details one needs to have a handle of at the hand of the IM clerkship. Very useful for boards and easy to read format. Only drawback is that sometimes the title of the case doesn't really explain all the info that will be packed into the case. I definitely recommend reading it early in the rotation and reading it well!
Fantastic study aid
14 avril 2006 - Publié sur Amazon.com
4 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I used this book and did quite well on the shelf exam. I recommend it to anyone who wants to do well on an internal medicine test. It's very complete and the cases allow you to integrate a lot of knowledge in one scenario.