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Anatomy Images on Step 1

Discussion in 'Step I' started by MED4ME, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. MED4ME

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    Hi all,

    I have heard that there is a lot of emphasis of CT/MRI and other modes of images on the Step 1 exam. I would appreciate if anyone could please recommend resources on the web or elsewhere that are high yield for this purpose. Thanks very much.
     
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  3. mtpilot fungirl

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    For quick reviews and path integration - I've been looking at WebPath images (free and easy and I really got a lot out of the "Aid's Path" section). If WebPath image isn't conclusive, I compare Path lecture ppt's with pictures.

    Plus, I've found that I have a ton of images from lectures (esp. the last semester w/ Path & ICM) that describe basically any ds. or dsrd. from X-ray or CT (example with Kerley B lines and at least 4 pics total from each class).

    If you browse through your class notes, I'll bet that you'll find any and all the images you may be tested on. I hope this helps?
     

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