Aligned with the National Board of Medical Examiners format. Authored & peer-reviewed by faculty, clinicians, and program directors.
Each question is written to resemble the format and topics on the exam, meaning you won’t see any negatively phrased questions, no “all of the following except,” no “A and B”…you know what we mean. Most importantly, all questions include selective distractors (incorrect answer choices), which will help you think critically.
Acute bronchitis is a clinical diagnosis and is described as an acute cough, with or without sputum production, due to inflammation of the trachea and large airways of the lungs, without evidence of a lower respiratory infection or a chronic lung disease. The cough associated with acute bronchitis usually lasts for 2–3 weeks. Although fever can occur during the first few days of symptoms, the presence of prolonged fever or… Read More
Understanding why an answer choice is incorrect is just as important as knowing why one is correct. That’s why every Rosh Review question includes detailed explanations for the correct and incorrect answer choices. These comprehensive summaries link the most important components of a topic—from risk factors to diagnostics and treatment—giving you the context to build relationships between them.
Custom illustrations and tables help further clarify the core concepts. When information is presented visually, you can focus on meaning, easily reorganize and group similar ideas, and make better use of your memory.
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After each explanation is a straightforward question with a simple, memorizable answer that reinforces the corresponding topic.
Which illness is chest X-ray imaging primarily used to rule out in a patient with symptoms of acute bronchitis?
These bulleted reviews focus on condensed, high-yield concepts about the main topic, from patient presentation to preferred management.
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