About the Book
Five-hundred Q&As offer an unbeatable way for medical students to assess their knowledge of medicine
Medicine: PreTest delivers 500 vignette-style questions with complete but concise answer explanations and updates on the latest guidelines and therapies for diseases and disorders.
To ensure that all questions are representative of the style and difficulty level of the exam, this edition has been reviewed by students who recently passed the exam or completed their internal medicine rotation.
Key Selling Points
- Includes multiple-choice and matching questions
- Referenced to authoritative texts and seminal articles for further reading
- Written by clerkship educators who know what it takes to pass
- Updated references to textbooks provide current context for answer explanations
Table of Contents
- Infectious Disease
- Hospital-Based Medicine
- Pulmonary Disease
- Endocrinology and Metabolic Disease
- Hematology and Oncology
- General Medicine and Prevention
- Allergy and Immunology
- Women’s Health
About the Authors
Steven Urban, MD (Amarillo, TX) is an associate professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at Texas Tech University School of Medicine.
Rush Pierce, MD, MPH (Amarillo, TX) is Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at Texas Tech University School of Medicine.
Marjorie R. Jenkins, MD (Amarillo, TX) is Executive Director of the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health; Director of the Center for Women's Health and Gender-Based Medicine, and Division Head (Women's Health) at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
Steven L. Berk, MD (Amarillo, TX) is the Regional Dean of Texas Tech University School of Medicine at Amarillo, TX, where he also serves as a Professor of Medicine and holds the Mirick-Myers Endowed Chair in Geriatric Medicine.