Most Commonly Tested Oral Exam Stations

    • Medicine- Approach to a patient that SMOKES
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a COUGH
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a DERMATOLOGIC CONDITION
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a FEVER
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a HEADACHE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a PLEURAL EFFUSION or ASCITES
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a SEIZURE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with a TREMOR (PARKINSONS DISEASE)
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with ABDOMINAL PAIN
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with ACUTE RENAL FAILURE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with ANEMIA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with ATAXIA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with CHEST PAIN
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with CONFUSION or MENTAL STATUS CHANGE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with CONSTIPATION
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with DEHYDRATION
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with DIARRHEA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with DIZZINESS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with DYSPHAGIA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with DYSPNEA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with FACIAL WEAKNESS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with HEMATEMESIS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with HEMOPTYSIS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with HYPERTENSION
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with HYPERTHYROIDISM
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with HYPOTHYROIDISM
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with JAUNDICE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with JOINT PAIN
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with MALAISE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with MENINGITIS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with MONOARTICULAR PAIN
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with NAUSEA and VOMITING
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with NIGHT SWEATS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with OBESITY
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with OLIGURIA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with PALPITATIONS
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL INSUFFICIENCY
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with POLYARTICULAR PAIN
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with PROTEINURIA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with SHORTNESS OF BREATH
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with SYNCOPE
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with THROMBOCYTOPENIA
    • Medicine- Approach to a patient with WEIGHT CHANGE (LOSS or GAIN)
    • Medicine- Approach to the EXTRAHEPATIC STIGMATA OF LIVER DISEASE
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with a PELVIC MASS
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with ABNORMAL VAGINAL BLEEDING
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with AMENORRHEA
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with ANTEPARTUM HEMORRHAGE
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with FIRST TRIMESTER BLEEDING
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with MENORRHAGIA
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with PELVIC PAIN
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with SECONDARY AMENORRHEA
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to a patient with VAGINAL DISCHARGE
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to HYPERTENSION in PREGNANCY
    • Obs & Gyne- Approach to INAPPROPRIATE SIZE FOR DATES
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child who is VOMITING
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with a COUGH
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with a LIMP
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with a SEIZURE (FEBRILE SEIZURES)
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with EAR PAIN
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with FAILURE TO THRIVE
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with HEADACHES
    • Pediatrics- Approach to a child with SHORTNESS OF BREATH
    • Pediatrics- Approach to child with ABDOMINAL PAIN
    • Psychiatry- Approach to a patient with BIPOLAR I DISORDER
    • Psychiatry- Approach to a patient with DEPRESSION
    • Psychiatry- Approach to a patient with PSYCHOSIS
    • Psychiatry- Approach to a SUICIDAL PATIENT
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with a BOWEL OBSTRUCTION
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with a BREAST MASS, PAIN, or NIPPLE DISCHARGE
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with a NECK MASS
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with a SORE THROAT
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with a SWOLLEN LEG
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with a TESTICULAR MASS
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with ACUTE VISION LOSS
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with an ACUTE ABDOMEN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with ANKLE and FOOT PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with ANKLE PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with BACK PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with DYSURIA
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with ELBOW, WRIST, or HAND PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with HAND NUMBNESS
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with HAND TRAUMA
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with HEMATURIA
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with HIP PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with HOARSENESS
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with KNEE PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with NECK PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with RECTAL BLEEDING
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with RENAL COLIC
    • Surgery- Approach to a Patient with SCROTAL PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with SHOULDER PAIN
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with URETHRAL DISCHARGE
    • Surgery- Approach to a patient with URINARY INCONTINENCE
    • Surgery- Approach to LOCAL ANAESTHETICS
    • Surgery- Approach to SURGICAL SUTURING
    • Surgery- Approach to the UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT
    • Other- Approach to ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)
    • Other- Approach to ADVANCED TRAUMATIC LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS)
    • Other- Approach to INTERPRETING a CHEST X-RAY
    • Other- Approach to INTERPRETING an ABDOMINAL X-RAY

    General History and Physical Examination

    • A General Introduction to HISTORY TAKING and PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
       
    • Abdomen- Approach to the ABDOMINAL HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • Abdomen- Approach to the Examination for ASCITES and LIVER CIRRHOSIS
    • Abdomen- Physical Examination of the LIVER
    • Abdomen- Physical Examination of the SPLEEN
       
    • Cardiac- Approach to the BLOOD PRESSURE Examination
    • Cardiac- Approach to the CARDIOVASCULAR HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • Cardiac- Approach to the PERIPHERAL VASCULAR HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • Cardiac- Physical Examination of the JUGULAR VENOUS PULSE (JVP)
       
    • Endocrinology- Approach to the DIABETES HISTORY
    • Endocrinology- Approach to the DIABETIC FOOT EXAM
       
    • Head and Neck- Approach to the EYE HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
    • Head and Neck- Physical Examination of the HEAD and NECK
    • Head and Neck- Physical Examination of the LYMPH NODES
    • Head and Neck- Physical Examination of the THYROID GLAND
       
    • MSK- Approach to the KNEE HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • MSK- Approach to the RHEUMATOLOGY HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • MSK- Physical Examination of the ANKLE and FOOT
    • MSK- Physical Examination of the HAND, WRIST, and ELBOW
    • MSK- Physical Examination of the HIP
    • MSK- Physical Examination of the MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
    • MSK- Physical Examination of the SHOULDER
    • MSK- Physical Examination of the SPINE
       
    • Neuro- Approach to the assessment of GAIT, COORDINATION and BALANCE
    • Neuro- Approach to the CRANIAL NERVE EXAM
    • Neuro- Approach to the GLASGOW COMA SCORE (GCS)
    • Neuro- Physical Examination of the NEUROLOGICAL SYSTEM
       
    • O and G- Approach to taking a SEXUAL HISTORY
    • O and G- Approach to the APGAR SCORE
    • O and G- Approach to the BISHOP’s SCORE
    • O and G- Approach to the BREAST HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • O and G- Approach to the GYNECOLOGICAL HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • O and G- Approach to the OBSTETRICAL HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • O and G- Approach to the PAP SMEAR EXAM and INTERPRETATION
    • O and G- Physical Examination of the FEMALE PELVIS
       
    • Pediatric- Approach to the NEONATAL HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
    • Pediatric- Approach to the PEDIATRIC HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
       
    • Psychiatry- Approach to the MENTAL STATUS EXAM
    • Psychiatry- Approach to the MINI MENTAL STATUS EXAMINATION
    • Psychiatry- Approach to the PSYCHIATRIC HISTORY
       
    • Respiratory- Approach to the RESPIRATORY HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAM
       
    • Urology- Approach to the DIGITAL RECTAL EXAMINATION (DRE)
    • Urology- Approach to the GROIN PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
    • Urology- Approach to the UROLOGICAL HISTORY and PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
       
    • Other- Approach to HOSPITAL ADMISSION ORDERS
    • Other- Approach to HOSPITAL PROGRESS NOTES
    • Other- Approach to the GENETICS HISTORY
    • Other- Approach to the GERIATRICS EXAM

    Internal Medicine- Cardiology

    • Approach to a patient with a CARDIAC MURMUR
    • Approach to a patient with a PULMONARY EMBOLISM
    • Approach to a patient with a SWOLLEN LEG
    • Approach to a patient with ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
    • Approach to a patient with CHEST PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
    • Approach to a patient with DIGOXIN TOXICITY
    • Approach to a patient with HYPERTENSION
    • Approach to a patient with PALPITATIONS
    • Approach to a patient with PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL INSUFFICIENCY
    • Approach to a patient with SYNCOPE
    • Approach to a patients PERIOPERATIVE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    • Approach to ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)
    • Approach to the CHADS SCORE
    • Approach to the WELL’s CRITERIA for PE and DVT
    • Approach to THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY
    • Lecture- ACLS Pharmacology Review
    • Lecture- ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)
    • Lecture- BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
    • Lecture- CHEST PAIN I
    • Lecture- CHEST PAIN II
    • Lecture- ECG INTERPRETATION
    • Lecture- SYNCOPE

    Internal Medicine- Endocrinology

    • Approach to a patient in DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS (DKA)
    • Approach to a patient with HYPEROSMOLAR NON-KETOACIDOSIS (HONK)
    • Approach to a patient with HYPERTHYROIDISM
    • Approach to a patient with HYPOTHYROIDISM
    • Approach to ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AGENTS and INSULIN
    • Approach to the DIABETES HISTORY
    • Approach to the DIABETIC FOOT EXAM

    Internal Medicine- Gastroenterology

    • Approach to a patient with ABDOMINAL PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with ACETAMINOPHEN INTOXICATION
    • Approach to a patient with CONSTIPATION
    • Approach to a patient with DIARRHEA
    • Approach to a patient with DYSLIPIDEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with DYSPHAGIA
    • Approach to a patient with HEMATEMESIS
    • Approach to a patient with HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with JAUNDICE
    • Approach to a patient with LOWER GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING
    • Approach to a patient with RECTAL BLEEDING
    • Approach to a patient with UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING
    • Approach to the EXTRAHEPATIC STIGMATA OF LIVER DISEASE
    • Approach to the RANSON’S CRITERIA
    • Lecture- JAUNDICE I
    • Lecture- JAUNDICE II

    Internal Medicine- General Medicine

    • Approach to a patient with a DERMATOLOGIC CONDITION
    • Approach to a patient with a PLEURAL EFFUSION or ASCITES
    • Approach to a patient with BREAST CANCER
    • Approach to a patient with MALAISE
    • Approach to a patient with NAUSEA and VOMITING
    • Approach to a patient with NIGHT SWEATS
    • Approach to a patient with WEIGHT CHANGE (LOSS or GAIN)
    • Approach to CHEMOTHERAPY
    • Approach to COMMON DERMATOLOGY CONDITIONS
    • Approach to EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE
    • Approach to HOSPITAL ADMISSION ORDERS
    • Approach to HOSPITAL PROGRESS NOTES
    • Approach to INTERPRETING a CHEST X-RAY
    • Approach to INTERPRETING an ABDOMINAL X-RAY
    • Approach to POPULATION HEALTH and EPIDEMIOLOGY
    • Approach to STEROID EQUIVALENT DOSING
    • Approach to the OBESE PATIENT
    • Approach to the patient that SMOKES

    Internal Medicine- Hematology

    • Approach to a patient with a TRANSFUSION REACTION
    • Approach to a patient with ANEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with IDIOPATHIC THROMBOCYTOPENIC PURPURA (ITP)
    • Approach to a patient with THROMBOCYTOPENIA
    • Approach to HEMOSTASIS, BLEEDING DISORDERS, and PROCOAGULANT STATES
    • Approach to INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS and INFLAMMATORY CELLS
    • Approach to the PERIPHERAL BLOOD SMEAR
    • Lecture- ANEMIA
    • Lecture- PERIPHERAL BLOOD SMEAR

    Internal Medicine- Infectious Disease

    • Approach to a patient with a FEVER
    • Approach to a patient with a FEVER of UNKNOWN ORIGIN (FUO)
    • Approach to a patient with HIV AND AIDS
    • Approach to a patient with MENINGITIS
    • Approach to ANTIBIOTICS I
    • Approach to ANTIBIOTICS II
    • Approach to ANTIBIOTICS III
    • Approach to assessing TUBERCULOSIS (TB) RISK FACTORS
    • Approach to NEEDLESTICK INJURIES
    • Approach to VIRAL HEPATITIS
    • Lecture- CEREBRAL SPINAL FLUID (CSF) ANALYSIS
    • Lecture- FEVER
    • Lecture- FEVER of UNKNOWN ORIGIN (FUO)

    Internal Medicine- Nephrology

    • Approach to a patient with ACUTE RENAL FAILURE
    • Approach to a patient with HEMATURIA
    • Approach to a patient with OLIGURIA
    • Approach to a patient with PROTEINURIA

    Internal Medicine- Neurology

    • Approach to a patient with a HEADACHE
    • Approach to a patient with a SEIZURE
    • Approach to a patient with a TREMOR (PARKINSONS DISEASE)
    • Approach to a patient with ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS
    • Approach to a patient with ATAXIA
    • Approach to a patient with CONFUSION or MENTAL STATUS CHANGE
    • Approach to a patient with DIZZINESS
    • Approach to a patient with FACIAL WEAKNESS
    • Approach to a patient with TEMPORARY LOSS of CONSCIOUS (SYNCOPE vs SEIZURE)
    • Approach to discriminating between UMN and LMN LESIONS
    • Approach to STROKE and TRANSIENT ISCHEMIC ATTACKS (TIA)
    • Approach to the UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT
    • Lecture- DIZZINESS
    • Lecture- UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT

    Internal Medicine- Respirology

    • Approach to a patient with a COMMON COLD
    • Approach to a patient with a COPD EXACERBATION
    • Approach to a patient with a COUGH
    • Approach to a patient with a MEDIASTINAL MASS
    • Approach to a patient with a PLEURAL EFFUSION or ASCITES
    • Approach to a patient with a PNEUMOTHORAX
    • Approach to a patient with a SOLITARY PULMONARY NODULE
    • Approach to a patient with ASTHMA
    • Approach to a patient with CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD)
    • Approach to a patient with DYSPNEA
    • Approach to a patient with HEMOPTYSIS
    • Approach to a patient with PNEUMONIA
    • Approach to a patient with SHORTNESS OF BREATH
    • Approach to PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING
    • Approach to the OXYGENATION STATUS of a PATIENT
    • Lecture- PNEUMONIA
    • Lecture- PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING

    Internal Medicine- Rheumatology

    • Approach to a patient with a LIMP and JOINT PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with a RHEUMATOLOGICAL Disease
    • Approach to a patient with ACUTE ARTHRITIS
    • Approach to a patient with JOINT PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with MONOARTICULAR PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with POLYARTICULAR PAIN
    • Lecture- JOINT PAIN
    • Lecture- MONOARTICULAR PAIN
    • Lecture- POLYARTICULAR PAIN

    O & G- Gynecology

    • Approach to a patient who was SEXUALLY ASSAULTED
    • Approach to a patient with a PELVIC MASS
    • Approach to a patient with a SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTION (STI)
    • Approach to a patient with ABNORMAL VAGINAL BLEEDING
    • Approach to a patient with AMENORRHEA
    • Approach to a patient with an ABNORMAL PAP
    • Approach to a patient with an ECTOPIC PREGNANCY
    • Approach to a patient with MENOPAUSE
    • Approach to a patient with MENORRHAGIA
    • Approach to a patient with PELVIC PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with SECONDARY AMENORRHEA
    • Approach to a patient with URINARY INCONTINENCE
    • Approach to a patient with VAGINAL DISCHARGE
    • Approach to BIRTH CONTROL I
    • Approach to BIRTH CONTROL II
    • Approach to HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY (HRT)
    • Approach to the INFERTILE COUPLE
    • Approach to VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

    O & G- Obstetrics

    • Approach to a patient in LABOUR
    • Approach to a patient with an ECTOPIC PREGNANCY
    • Approach to a patient with ANTEPARTUM HEMORRHAGE
    • Approach to a patient with FIRST TRIMESTER BLEEDING
    • Approach to BREASTFEEDING
    • Approach to counseling for a THERAPEUTIC ABORTION
    • Approach to DRUG PREGNANCY CLASSIFICATION
    • Approach to HYPERTENSION in PREGNANCY
    • Approach to INAPPROPRIATE SIZE FOR DATES
    • Approach to POSTPARTUM BREAST PROBLEMS
    • Approach to POSTPARTUM COMPLICATIONS
    • Approach to PREECLAMPSIA and ECLAMPSIA
    • Approach to PREGNANCIES at a LATE AGE
    • Approach to PREMATURE RUPTURE of MEMBRANES
    • Approach to PRENATAL CARE
    • Approach to SHOULDER DYSTOCIA and POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE
    • Approach to the APGAR SCORE
    • Approach to the BISHOP’s SCORE
    • Lecture- ELECTRONIC FETAL MONITORING
    • Lecture- LABOUR

    Other- Anesthesia

    • Approach to ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION
    • Approach to GENERAL ANESTHESIA I
    • Approach to GENERAL ANESTHESIA II
    • Approach to MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA
    • Approach to the ASA CLASSIFICATION
    • Approach to the DIFFICULT AIRWAY
    • Approach to the use of LOCAL ANAESTHETICS

    Other- Emergency Medicine and Trauma

    • Approach to a patient with a BITE INJURY
    • Approach to a patient with a PNEUMOTHORAX
    • Approach to a patient with ACETAMINOPHEN INTOXICATION
    • Approach to ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)
    • Approach to ADVANCED TRAUMATIC LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS)
    • Approach to the GLASGOW COMA SCORE (GCS)
    • Approach to the POISONED PATIENT
    • Approach to the UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT
    • Lecture- ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)
    • Lecture- CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY
    • Lecture- UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT

    Other- Fluids, Electrolytes, Acid and Base

    • Approach to a patient with DEHYDRATION
    • Approach to a patient with HYPERKALEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with HYPERNATREMIA
    • Approach to a patient with HYPOCALCEMIA and HYPERCALCEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with HYPOKALEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with HYPOMAGNESEMIA AND HYPERMAGNESEMIA
    • Approach to a patient with HYPONATREMIA
    • Approach to a patient with HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA and HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA
    • Approach to the ANION GAP and OSMOLAR GAP
    • Approach to the ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS (ABG)
    • Lecture- ACID-BASE DISORDERS and the ABG
    • Lecture- ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS (ABG) I
    • Lecture- ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS (ABG) II

    Pediatrics

    • Approach to a child with a URINARY TRACT INFECTION
    • Approach to a child with ABDOMINAL PAIN
    • Approach to a child who is VOMITING
    • Approach to a child with a COUGH
    • Approach to a child with a LIMP
    • Approach to a child with a SEIZURE (FEBRILE SEIZURES)
    • Approach to a child with a SHORT STATURE
    • Approach to a child with ANEMIA
    • Approach to a child with DOWN SYNDROME and FAS
    • Approach to a child with EAR PAIN
    • Approach to a child with FAILURE TO THRIVE
    • Approach to a child with FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN
    • Approach to a child with HEADACHES
    • Approach to a child with MENINGITIS
    • Approach to a child with SHORTNESS OF BREATH
    • Approach to a child with suspected CHILD ABUSE
    • Approach to childhood IMMUNIZATIONS
    • Approach to JAUNDICE in the TERM NEWBORN INFANT
    • Approach to Pediatric FLUIDS and ELECTROLYTES I
    • Approach to Pediatric FLUIDS and ELECTROLYTES II
    • Approach to RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS in INFANTS and NEONATES
    • Approach to the DEVELOMENTAL MILESTONES
    • Approach to the PEDIATRIC PATIENT

    Psychiatry

    • Approach to a patient with a TRICYCLIC ACID OVERDOSE
    • Approach to a patient with an EATING DISORDER
    • Approach to a patient with ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)
    • Approach to a patient with BIPOLAR I DISORDER
    • Approach to a patient with DEPRESSION
    • Approach to a patient with known ALCOHOL ABUSE
    • Approach to a patient with PSYCHOSIS
    • Approach to a SUICIDAL PATIENT
    • Approach to the MENTAL STATUS EXAM
    • Approach to the MINI MENTAL STATUS EXAMINATION
    • Lecture- ANTIPSYCHOTICS
    • Lecture- BENZODIAZEPINES
    • Lecture- MENTAL STATUS EXAM EXPLANANTION

    Surgery- ENT and Ophthalmology

    • Approach to a patient with a NECK MASS
    • Approach to a patient with a RED EYE
    • Approach to a patient with a SORE THROAT
    • Approach to a patient with an ACUTE VISION LOSS
    • Approach to a patient with EAR PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with HOARSENESS
    • Approach to a patient with TINNITUS

    Surgery- General Surgery

    • Approach to a patient with a BOWEL OBSTRUCTION
    • Approach to a patient with a BREAST MASS, BREAST PAIN, or NIPPLE DISCHARGE
    • Approach to a patient with a MEDIASTINAL MASS
    • Approach to a patient with ACUTE APPENDICITIS
    • Approach to a patient with an ACUTE ABDOMEN
    • Approach to a patient with RECTAL BLEEDING
    • Approach to HEAD INJURY and the GLASGOW COMA
    • Approach to LOCAL ANAESTHETICS
    • Approach to SURGICAL SUTURING
    • Approach to TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION
    • Lecture- ARTERIAL LINES

    Surgery- Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery

    • Approach to a patient with a BURN INJURY
    • Approach to a patient with a MANDIBLE FRACTURE
    • Approach to a patient with a ZYGOMA, NASAL, or ORBITAL FRACTURE
    • Approach to a patient with ANKLE and FOOT PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with ANKLE PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with BACK PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with ELBOW, WRIST, or HAND PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with FACIAL TRAUMA
    • Approach to a patient with HAND NUMBNESS
    • Approach to a patient with HAND TRAUMA I
    • Approach to a patient with HAND TRAUMA II
    • Approach to a patient with HIP PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with JOINT PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with KNEE PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with SHOULDER PAIN
    • Approach to patient with NECK PAIN
    • Lecture- ARTHROCENTESIS
    • Lecture- FRACTURE CLASSIFICATION

    Surgery- Urology

    • Approach to a patient with a TESTICULAR MASS
    • Approach to a patient with BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY
    • Approach to a patient with DYSURIA
    • Approach to a patient with ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
    • Approach to a patient with HEMATURIA
    • Approach to a patient with PROSTATE CANCER
    • Approach to a patient with RENAL COLIC
    • Approach to a Patient with SCROTAL PAIN
    • Approach to a patient with URETHRAL DISCHARGE
    • Approach to a patient with URINARY INCONTINENCE
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