TOP SHELF Essential Learning for the Internal Medicine Clerkship Conrad Fischer, MD eBook Download
TOP SHELF Essential Learning for the Internal Medicine Clerkship Conrad Fischer, MD eBook Free It is my sincere hope that I have created a unique and use ul book to prepare you or your shel examination or or greater depth o study in internal med-
icine. Initially, the volume o in ormation you must absorb will seem over-
whelming. All I can tell you or sure is:
• While the knowledge you must eventually acquire seems in nite, it isn’t.
• T e amount you need or this standardized test is certainly nite.
T e ormat this book ollows is the pattern o the most requently asked
questions on the exam:
1. What is the most likely diagnosis?
2. What is the best initial test?
3. What is the most accurate test?
4. Which o the ollowing physical ndings is most likely to be ound in this
5. What is the best initial therapy?
In addition, we will show you the most likely results o EKGs, x-rays, and C
and MRI scans to be ound on the test.
Studying a lot can eel hard and pain ul. It is an e ort. I will share with you,
then, the solvent or pain ul e orts in the area o medicine.
• Everything you are learning here is use ul to help people.
• T e “smartest” or most knowledgeable that most people are in medicine in
third year is the day they walk into their Shel . T is is, there ore, a high point
or peak experience. Don’t waste it.
• You can always rest later; you can’t study or your Shel later
My suggestion on how to use this book is:
1. Study one subject as a time.
2. Read it in multiple (3 to 4) di erent sources.
3. Use a book o practice questions only a er you have studied the subject.
Don’t start with practice questions.
TOP SHELF Essential Learning for the Internal Medicine Clerkship Conrad Fischer, MD eBook Free Download