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By Samir Mehta, Edmund A. Milder, Adam J Mirarchi, Veronica Sikka

Step-Up to the Bedside, moment version is a entire case-based evaluation e-book for the USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CS. It provides a hundred scientific instances following the USMLE structure and specializes in the fundamental technology underlying every one scientific situation. The case-based presentation is helping scholars assimilate and synthesize simple technology info and gives first-class guidance for USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CS, and medical clerkships. This version comprises thirty thoroughly new instances, and all present instances were greatly up-to-date. every one case now opens with studying ambitions and ends with USMLE-style questions. fast Hits bullets, mnemonics, figures, and tables aid readers keep details. Fifty of the circumstances may be to be had on-line.

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