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    Bradley D. Mittman MD(Author)

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Welcome to FRONTRUNNERS Internal Medicine Q&A Review, designed to prepare you for the INTERNAL MEDICINE CERT & RECERT EXAMS as well as the medicine and subspecialty components of the USMLE Steps 2 & 3. Students who are preparing for the USMLE and are thinking about a residency in medicine as well as current medicine residents will ALSO be way ahead of the game when it comes time to sit for their medicine boards (yes, there's actually one more exam after step 3 (!) and it's the all important one that makes you "board certified"). This book is an excellent companion to the Frontrunners Internal Medicine Board Review Syllabus 2009, which remains the Core Review for the Frontrunners Board Review courses that are held each year. While designed with the boards in mind, these resources are nonetheless outstanding study aids for medical students, residents, and practicing internists who simply want the best no nonsense and most realistic Q&A review of internal medicine in all of its subspecialties. And for those who are simply looking to expand their fund of knowledge in medicine, this back is without compare, and is ideal for health care professionals at all levels, including nursing practitioners and physician assistants. If you're a mnemonics fan (and who isn't?) and you're prepping for the boards, then you'll definitely want to check out TURBO MNEMONICS FOR THE BOARDS. See the "Quick Order Form" at the end of this book. With over 400 memory aids to the most commonly asked, it can only turbo boost your performance! To make our board review course progressively stronger but has helped physicians pass this at times seemingly impossible hurdle called the boards. This critical board review resource is chock full of over 1,300 internal medicine board review questions to maximally prepare you. Equally important, this review will prepare you for the "all except ", "next best step", and multiple choice type questions and answers that are now customary on the exams. While this Q&A review is an excellent companion to the Frontrunners Syllabus, the two need not be used together. These Frontrunners "warm up exercises" or PRACTICE QUESTIONS will prepare you well for the essential material that you can expect. In our efforts to incorporate as much of this key material as possible into your review in as succinct a manner as possible, you will find explanations to questions where explanations are due, and not simply to "just fill space". The explanations will not serve to simply reiterate the entire core of the syllabus, but rather to shed light as needed. The length of the questions has been abbreviated to allow you to maximize your content exposure in as little time as possible. This book has also been popular in helping physicians make "connections" or concept links, so that "if you see this in the question, look for this in the answer." The matching style questions are especially great for this building these links in your mind. The tighter those links in your mind, the better you'll performance will be for the MCQs.

HMOs are requiring that their PCPs be board certified, or, at the very least, board eligible to come on board and stay on board In fact, the terms "board certified" and "board eligible" are increasingly becoming an integral part of HMO contracts and renewal criteria. Being board certified, therefore, is no longer a luxury. To some physicians, it's more than just placating the HMOs or even maintaining one's practice. It's about personal challenge; it's about being able to call oneself a "board certified internist"; but even more simply, it's about winning! We want you to win. However you plan to use this book, our greatest hope is that we help you achieve your goals and make your life, dare we say, a little easier?

With best wishes for you,

Bradley D Mittman, MD
FRONTRUNNERS BOARD REVIEW

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Exam review includes over 1,300 Questions and Answers with explanations designed as an aid in the preparation for the ABIM Certification and Recertification exams (or Internal Medicine Boards), as well as the internal medicine components of the other major national board exams. New edition: copyright © 2009. PLEASE NOTE: It's very possible with our annual or biannual editions, that you're arriving by way of an OLD and OUT OF PRINT edition of this Q&A book. While the descriptive content on this page is excellent, and it's good you've read this far, do the following to MAKE SURE you've got the LATEST Q&A edition: Type the following

Reflecting the MOST RECENTLY ASKED MOST COMMONLY ASKED, Frontrunners INTERNAL MEDICINE Q&A REVIEW was designed as the Q&A COMPANION to the Frontrunners Internal Medicine Board Review SYLLABUS ! Frontrunners' SYLLABUS and Q&A books have been completely updated, fully revised and reflect the latest in medicine. * **2008-2009 PACKAGES INCLUDE***: 1) the AUDIO CD Syllabus (17 digitally-mastered Audio CDs) 2) SLIDE SHOWS CD (covering all the KEY IMAGES you'll have to know for the boards: Heme/Onc, Ophtho, Derm, EKG, all Radiology for the ABIM exam) 3) our T.O.P. (Take Out Package), a books-only package (ie does not contain the Slide Shows/images CD nor the Audio Syllabus CDs) that includes the Syllabus Core Review + Q&A + Turbo Mnemonics + HIV and ABGs for the Boards 4) A single package containing the entire curriculum (ie items #1-3 just listed, namely: 17 digitally-mastered Audio CDs, Slide Shows, Syllabus Core Review, Q&A, Memory Aids, etc--everything)--saves you about 50%. Among our many promotions is our Q&A HALF-OFF with purchase of the SYLLABUS CORE REVIEW, but it's only available directly thru the Publisher when you call and refer to ***promotional code #amzn1/2offQ&A. These materials are designed expressly for you to PASS YOUR ABIM CERT and RECERT and the I.M. components of the USMLE clinical steps. -- --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. PUBLISHER COMMENTS:The most realistic Q&A REVIEW you'll find anywhere for the I.M. Boards, these over 1300 Q&A are the best preparation you can get for the internal medicine boards. Frontrunners' "When all you wanna know is what you GOTTA know!" reflects their realistic philosophy in medicine that has consistently resulted in TOP pass rates among its students on the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Cert Recert exams and major national board exams. This book represents the Q&A component of Frontrunners Internal Medicine Board Review curriculum. OTHER KEY COMPONENTS TO ENSURE YOU PASS YOUR MEDICINE BOARDS INCLUDE:1. FRONTRUNNERS SYLLABUS CORE REVIEW !, a must if you're serious about passing your I.M. boards;2. TURBO MNEMONICS for the Boards ! featuring over 400 incredible MEMORY AIDS to help you lock-in everything you thought you learned; 3. SLIDE SHOWS on CD FOR THE MEDICINE BOARDS, featuring all the key images you'll have to know before going into your exam, in full-color, fully legended, and beautifully presented and straight out of the Weekend Marathon Review;4. FRONTRUNNERS AUDIO CD SYLLABUS ! (17 digitally mastered audio CDs covering 18 hours of review, precisely as presented in our Internal Medicine Board Review) Frontrunners-- "When all you wanna know is what you GOTTA know!"THE BIG PICTURE: Reflecting the most recently and most commonly asked material in medicine, Frontrunners INTERNAL MEDICINE Q&A REVIEW was designed as the Q&A COMPANION to the Frontrunners Internal Medicine Board Review SYLLABUS 2009(!), also known as the "CORE REVIEW" from FRONTRUNNERS' INTERNAL MEDICINE BOARD REVIEW COURSES. Frontrunners' SYLLABUS and Q&A books have been completely updated, fully revised and reflect the latest in medicine. ***2009 PACKAGES INCLUDE***:1) the AUDIO CD Syllabus (17 digitally-mastered Audio CDs)2) SLIDE SHOWS CD (covering all the KEY IMAGES you'll have to know for the boards: Heme/Onc, Ophtho, Derm, EKG, all Radiology for the ABIM exam)3) our T.O.P. (Take Out Package), a books-only package (ie does not contain the Slide Shows/images CD nor the Audio Syllabus CDs) that includes the Syllabus Core Review + Q&A + Turbo Mnemonics + HIV and ABGs for the Boards 4) A single package containing the entire curriculum (ie items #1-3 just listed, namely: 17 digitally-mastered Audio CDs, Slide Shows, Syllabus Core Review, Q&A, Memory Aids, etc--everything)--saves you about 50%. Among our many promotions is our Q&A HALF-OFF with purchase of the SYLLABUS CORE REVIEW, but it's only available directly thru the Publisher when you call and refer to ***promotional code #amzn1/2offQ&A. These materials are designed expressly for you to PASS YOUR ABIM CERT and RECERT and the I.M. components of the USMLE clinical steps. KEY INFO TO HELP YOU REGARDING LATEST EDITIONS:***Also, whether you're getting ... 1) FRONTRUNNERS 2009 SYLLABUS / CORE REVIEW and/or 2) the Q&A Companion (Frontrunners Internal Medicine Q&A Review, featuring over 1300 Practice Questions & Answers to Prepare You), and/or 3) Turbo Mnemonics for the Boards ... ALWAYS MAKE SURE you're getting the latest editions! Currently, all 3 books are out, new editions correlating to the following ISBNs (respectively): 0979192528; 0972682791; 0979192501. You can enter these ISBN numbers in the search line here at amazon to easily locate these titles. Or, for faster processing... Call us TOLL-FREE at 866-IMREVIEW or 866-MDBOARD or visit our WEBSITE DIRECTLY! ==> gofrontrunners dot com or UltimateReview dot com to check out samples of ALL of our board review resources and curricula and to see all of our latest offerings, packages and latest promotions.

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  • Bradley D. Mittman MD(Author)
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  • By Dr Everhart on January 26, 2014

    Great contents, I used it and scored well. Love the style and saved me loads of time over other more archaic reviews. Highly recommended

  • By DSK on February 17, 2014

    Piece of junkI was expecting a good review book for my recert exam for the price of close to 200 dollars!! that I paid for itMayo clinic review book and Q and A book also from Mayo clinic that I also bought are the ones that I am using at present for my recert exam scheduled for May this yearSpent the money on mayo books or Med study book from 2013 ( much cheaper ) would be my recommendation

  • By Dipanshi Patel on November 28, 2014

    I purchased the Frontrunner book set to prepare for my Internal Medicine board exam. Although I ordered the books 3 months in advance, the Q&A book never arrived (and I still have a pending order for it 4 months later). While the content book might be satisfactory in quality, I could not truly assess the quality of it without testing my knowledge with the Q&A book that never arrived. In addition to the atrociously long delay in delivery, the Frontrunner publishers also misled me by advertising that the book would be in binding soon and be delivered soon after. There was no communication of how long it would take or what was the exact hold up. Since I already took my exam, I don't even have any use for the book now. I am completely displeased with this product and this company, and I definitely would not recommend this product to anyone.

  • By JACOBS S. on January 13, 2007

    As the Educational Director for our residency and a practicing internist, I found this to be hands-down the best resource out there as far as a database of old exam questions in prepping the internal medicine boards. We also found that the book to which this is a companion (i.e. Frontrunners Syllabus), was extraordinary in laying out all the key material in a nicely-organized, concise, and outlined format offering "recently and commonly asked material". Together, these 2 books form the core of our own ABIM Certification residency training program and were mission-critical to getting our perfect pass rates last year. [...]

  • By Guest on April 22, 2002

    I got a hold of the Frontrunners' Q&A review before my recert exam in Internal Medicine after my friend recommended it. I'm glad he did because I wasn't quite sure the best way to go. The Q&A in this book were very realistic and I alot of the same questions when I sat for my exam. Relative to the MKSAP and other Q&A sources I'd come across, this one gave me the chance to cover ALOT more questions in the same amount of time because the Q&A were highly representative in subject matter, yet much more succinct. Between my busy practice, rounds, and coming home to kids, etc, etc, I really needed something that would give me the highest yield for the study time I put in. So, I'd highly recommmend the book, and I hope my feedback helps.

  • By Dr. Levine on May 28, 2002

    I thought the Q&A were right on target from both a content point of view as well as actual Q&A format for my internal medicine boards, although my friend says alot of people are using it for their step 3 as well. I saw tons of Q's on the exam that were right out of the book. I went through these Q&A in conjunction with the Frontrunners internal medicine board review syllabus, which had all the core material, and I passed easily. I actually got my copy for FREE when I ordered my syllabus through the publisher (866-MDBOARD). The last time I checked they were still offering this. Their syllabus is outstanding and you definitely gotta have it if you're tyring to pass the medicine boards.

  • By Bill Cohen, MD on October 27, 2004

    I was looking for a source of old Q&A for all the medicine on the USMLE Step 3. My friend successfully used Frontrunners Internal Medicine Q&A Review for her Step 3 and used it again with equal success on her Internal Medicine Boards. He said there was no better Q&A review for those 2 exams since it's all clinical medicine. I used it and scored well, but what I liked the most was that the questions are kept short and to-the-point so you're able to get thru alot of Q&A in one sitting. Best of all, the Q&A you see in the book are realistic and train your eye to recognize keywords in the question so you can go right to the answer, which is exactly what I did on my boards! Super find. I'm highly recommending.

  • By Guest on April 12, 2003

    This was a great resource for my recert because 1) I saw alot of material straight out of the exam, which was really reassuring; 2) I liked the diversity of questions, which were also reflected on the exam; 3) I was able to get thru all the practice questions (there's easily over a thousand) twice before my medicine boards since the explanations are straight to the point. I used the Q&A in conjunction with the Frontrunners Syllabus, reading a chapter out of the syllabus and then hitting that chapter in the Q&A, which was very successful for me.


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