USMLE Step 3 Secrets

Elsevier Health Sciences
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Clear that final USMLE hurdle with confidence! Bestselling review author Dr. Ted O’Connell prepares you for every aspect of the challenging USMLE Step 3 exam with questions and concise answers designed for today’s residents. Following the popular, time-tested Secrets® format, this enjoyable, easy-to-read book is extremely effective for ensuring success on one of the most important exams you’ll take in your medical career.
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Publisher
Elsevier Health Sciences
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Published on
Dec 4, 2014
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Pages
400
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ISBN
9780323225069
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Language
English
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Genres
Medical / Clinical Medicine
Medical / Education & Training
Medical / General
Medical / Internal Medicine
Medical / Test Preparation & Review
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