Your Secret Weapon for Mastering the USMLE Step 3
How prepared are you for the new USMLE Step 3? Are you worried about answering questions on basic science concepts? Uncertain about managing the clock in CCS cases? Unprepared to answer questions on general surgery topics? This book is the balm.
Created by bestselling author and lecturer Dr. Conrad Fischer and Dr. Niket Sonpal, General Surgery: Correlations & Clinical Scenarios provides an entertaining and comprehensive review of general surgery topics on the USMLE Step 3. Progressive clinical cases–embedded with meaningful foundational science correlations and CCS exam tips–ensure that you’re prepared for the new USMLE Step 3.
- 84 general surgery cases with Q&A provide practice for the multiple-choice exam component of the USMLE Step 3
- Embedded basic science correlations prepare you to answer foundational science questions
- Integrated CCS navigation tips prepare you to handle Computer-based Case Simulations (CCS cases)
- High-yield coverage of core surgery topics frequently tested on the USMLE Step 3
About the Author
- Niket Sonpal, MD (New York, NY) was the 2013-2014 Chief Resident at Lenox Hill Hospital – Northshore LIJ Health System. He is also Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine Touro College of Medicine and Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine St. Georges University. He teaches USMLE and COMLEX preparation across the country and is currently completing a GI fellowship at Lenox Hill Hospital.
- Conrad Fischer, MD (New York, NY), is one of the most experienced educators in medicine today. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Physiology, and Pharmacology at Touro College of Medicine. His breadth of teaching includes medical students, USMLE prep, and Specialty Board exams. He has seven “Teacher of the Year” awards over the last ten years. In addition, Dr. Fischer was formerly the Associate Chief of Medicine for Educational and Academic Activities at SUNY Downstate School of Medicine. Dr. Fischer has been Chairman of Medicine for Kaplan Medical since 1999 and has held Residency Program Director positions at both Maimonides Medical Center and Flushing Hospital in New York City.
|Date||June 5, 2015|