having problems with step 3 too, are you aware of a review course offered by northwest review? It's a 2 day live course, also there's a new book (at least it's new to me) called first aid for the comlex, don't know much about it. Try the NMS series for the usmle step3 it seems to be the closest thing to anything I've seen on the comlex. goodl luck. you can e-mail me at the following: [email protected],net
Hey, I'm sorry for what you're going through.
wow killer score dude, dont know about comlex scoring, but that score seems might high....
yes I did it the good ole fashioned way, sigh... hard work, but payed off, and I agree with you, USMLE World is the best, Premier Review was great, but not necessary if you are close to step 2 ck material, which I was more than a year from, and kaplan is the worst hands down for everything on step 3. Qbook is ok though. Not bad. Certainly far from the first pick though. And first aid ccs was great, read it again and again, and www.usmlesteps123.com ccs portion ONLY these are the sources that I used, and scored quite well. USMLE Step 3 that is. Cannot say about the comlex, but I have heard that its good for that test too, USMLE World and Premier that is.
Patient is a 29yo male presenting for his regular annual physical. The most appropriate diagnosis is:
C. Narcotic withdrawal
E. Adjustment disorder with depressed mood
Physical exam exhibits a well developed male. He exhibits bibasilar crackles. The exam is otherwise unremarkable. Which of the following would have prevented this condition?
B. Yearly CD4 count
C. CAGE questionnaire
D. MMPI questionnaire
E. Aggressive treatment with an ACEI and BB
What other findings would you expect to with this patient.
A. Terry's nails
B. Lower extremity edema
C. Wrist drop
D. Psychomotor ******ation
E. Hypersexual behavior