Today’s teaching image and Rapid Review covers cardiac tamponade. Pericardial Tamponade Patient will be complaining of dyspnea and chest pain PE will show muffled heart sounds, JVD and hypotension (Beck’s triad), pulsus paradoxus ECG will show low voltage QRS, electrical alterans Echocardiography will show diastolic collapse of RV Treatment is pericardiocentesis For more teaching images, try read more…
Today’s teaching image and Rapid Review covers tinea versicolor. Tinea Versicolor Malassezia furfur Patches with altered pigmentation Torso Affected skin does not tan Selenium shampoo For more teaching images, try a free trial of our board review qbanks.
Today’s teaching image and Rapid Review covers basilar skull fracture. Basilar Skull Fracture Petrous portion of temporal bone fracture most common Battle’s sign, raccoon eyes, hemotympanum, CSF otorrhea/rhinorrhea CN VII, VIII entrapment CT For more teaching images, try a free trial of our board review qbanks.
I recently returned from a medical education conference and spoke to many residents and attendings who were preparing to take their certification or board exam. One question I was repeatedly asked was: “What is your pass rate?” This seems like a reasonable question, right? But it drives me crazy. Not because someone is curious about statistics, but because some companies actually publish “pass rates.” Companies that publish pass rates are misleading you. It is that simple.