Last night we released an expanded performance analysis page. Previously, after you submitted your exam, the feedback focused solely on the exam blueprint of your specialty. For PAs, this included the NCCPA content blueprint for the PANCE. For EM physicians, this included ABEMs EM Model. With the improved performance and feedback page, you now gain deeper insights into your strengths and weaknesses.
Today’s teaching image is about alkaptonuria, or black urine disease. For more teaching images, try a free trial of our board review qbanks.
Sample question: In children under 8 years of age, which of the following is the most common fracture involving the elbow?
Do not go where the pay may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. -Ralph Waldo Emerson Welcome back to Roshcast Episode 36! This week we continue our collaboration with the EM Clerkship podcast, focusing on pediatrics. Don’t forget that we launched another trauma ring tone contest week, so listen up […]
Today’s teaching image is about traumatic iritis. For more teaching images, try a free trial of our board review qbanks.
Scabies Patient will be complaining of severe pruritus that is worse at night PE will show small papules, vesicles and burrows in the webbed spaces of the fingers and toes Diagnosis is made by microscopic visualization Most commonly caused by Sarcoptes scabiei hominis Treatment is permethrin 5% Sample question: A 15-year-old boy presents with an itchy rash on his hands and wrists. […]
Reach for it. Push yourself as far as you can. -Christa McAuliffe Welcome back to Roshcast Episode 35! It was great chatting with a bunch of listeners at ACEP last week. We received a lot of excellent feedback. This week, we’ll be doing a couple of diarrhea questions to link up with the last EM Clerkship […]