Thoroughly updated for its Fourth Edition, this book is a comprehensive review for the American Board of Family Medicine certification and recertification exams. It contains over 1, 800 board-format questions, including over 1, 000 multiple-choice questions from the major subject areas of family medicine and over 700 questions drawn from 60 clinical problem sets. The book includes a pictorial atlas of clinical photographs, radiographs, and lab smears, with questions regarding these images. Detailed answers and explanations follow the questions. This book includes AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM sponsored by Lippincott Williams a Wilkins. A companion website includes four practice exams. The website also offers an iPod downloadable audio companion with 120 facts from Bratton's 1000 Facts to Help You Pass the Family Medicine Boards book, with an option to buy more.Affected children may have difficulty in determining root words or word stems and determining which letters in words follow others ... Most dyslexics are not identified until kindergarten or first grade, when symbolic learning is taught. ... Reversals or visual confusions tend to be seen frequently during the early school years.
|Title||:||Bratton's Family Medicine Board Review|
|Author||:||Robert L. Bratton|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-03-28|