Scott_L

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Hi Guys,

Seeing the PIMP forum isn't up yet, I decided to post this here. Mehta, the author of Step Up, has a new book out:

Step-Up to the Bedside, the second book in a series from the authors of Step-Up: A High-Yield Systems Based Review for the USMLE Step 1 Exam, is a compilation of 71 clinically-oriented cases. These cases provide basic science coverage of relevant material that is frequently tested on USMLE Step 1. Each case is introduced by the patient's presenting complaint, a brief history, physical, and laboratory data. A differential diagnosis provides a means to synthesize the historical and physical data. Final diagnosis is offered. Lavishly illustrated, the cases are also interspersed with "Quick Hits" or brief bullets that provide additional information.

I have 10 copies to give away but you have to answer this question:

What two things account for 80% of all cases of pancreatitis? FYI the answer can be found on page 202 of the text.

I'll send a free copy to the first 10 people who e-mail me at [email protected]

I'll try to do this on the PIMP forum with other new books as they come out.

Thanks!

Scott
 

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I've received 10 correct responses.

Thanks to everyone who responded. In a couple of weeks I will post another book. LWW has just published a new Eponyms book, Marcucci's Handbook of Medical Eponyms. Look for me to post an obscure Eponym for you to define.

Thanks!

Scott
 
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