BOOKS NAME: Case Files: Microbiology
Books SERIES: Microbiology
language : English
PUBLISH: May 5, 2005
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0071445749
Page: 430 pages
File size: 3.83 MB
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical
Author: Eugene C. Toy , Cynthia R. Skinner DeBord , Audrey Wanger , Gilbert Anthony Castro , James D. Kettering , Donald Briscoe
This book offers a review of Microbiology for USMLE. It features real-life clinical cases for the basic sciences and USMLE Step 1. Clinical correlations are increasingly emphasized in the teaching of basic medical science. Students, therefore, need exposure to clinical cases to pass course exams and ace the USMLE Step 1. This book presents 50 real-life clinical cases illustrating essential concepts in microbiology. Each case includes an easy-to-understand discussion correlated to key basic science concepts, definitions of key terms, microbial pearls, and USMLE-style review questions. This interactive learning system helps you to learn instead of memorize. It offers 50 clinical cases correlated to high-yield microbiology concepts. Microbial Pearls highlight key points. It features USMLE-style comprehension questions with each case. It is a primer on how to approach the basic sciences. It features a proven learning system improves exam scores. ‘This book is truly a great resource that can and should be used in basic science courses, with each clinical rotation, and again for board review. I wish this book had been available for me over the past 3 years!’ – Kevin Olson, 4th year medical student, Virginia Commonwealth University. ‘”Case Files: Microbiology” is easy and fun to read. The case discussions are very clinically relevant. The clinical correlations will prepare students well for making the transition from basic science to clinical rotations. Overall, the level of detail is perfect’ – Anne Valaas, 4th year medical student, Oregon Health Sciences University.
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