Aanem Tpsae

Discussion in 'PM&R' started by myrandom2003, May 9, 2008.

  1. myrandom2003

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    anyone take that aanem sae today? videos seemed fairly straightforward but those written questions seemed kinda out there for the scope of electrodx that pmr does
     
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    I agree. There was a whole lot of sympathetic skin response and not very much radiculopathy.
     
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    Interesting comment. I had noticed that the 2006 and 2007 exams had a significant shift towards more of a "Neurology" focus. 2000 through 2005 exams were much more geared towards the subjects more relevant to physiatrists. That being said, other than a few goofy questions, I thought the exam this year was quite straight forward.
     
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    Mostly straight forward, but you're right, there was a crapload about SFEMG, autonomics, etc. After last year, I guess I should have learned it.
     
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