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The Clinical Review of Surgery is a general surgery and ABSITE review textbook. Written by residents and faculty from Duke, Johns Hopkins, and other leading surgery training programs, this review manual is continuously updated and cross referenced with the latest updates in surgery.
This is a 225 question, 6 hour long practice ABSITE examination. Each question has been hand-selected and reviewed by a program director at a surgery training program. Detailed explanations are included.
Comprehensive high-yield general surgery board review course with practice questions, review textbook, lectures, and a learning management system. Highly organized and tailored just for the written boards. Follows the content outline produced by the American Board of Surgery.

Subscription-based Comprehensive ABSITE Review Course. Includes online textbooks, PowerPoint presentations, practice questions, and online lectures. Learn more.

Try your hand at a few practice surgery questions every day. Up to 5 selected questions with detailed explanations are available every day. Questions cover a wide variety of basic science and clinical topics in surgery, the ABSITE, and the surgery board examination.
A collection of surgery audio downloads and streaming online videos that go over major concepts in surgery. The audio downloads are in MP3 format and can be copied to your iPod or iPhone.
A two year topic-based review course for surgery that takes place on a weekly basis. Topics and practice questions are presented every week with answers the following week. References Sabiston's, Cameron's, Greenfield's, and other major surgery textbooks. Developed in conjunction with major residency training programs around the country. Year 1 of 2.
Surgery weekly reading course. Year 2 of 2.
Surgery weekly reading course.

The Vascular Surgery Board Review Course / Recertification Review is an interactive, high-yield educational program for residents, fellows, and junior faculty. This course was developed in conjunction with faculty from Duke University, University of California (San Diego), University of Rochester, Medical University of South Carolina, Stanford University, and the University of Colorado. The Clinical Review of Vascular Surgery (Eds. Sapan Desai, MD, PhD and Cynthia Shortell, MD) is included with this course. This textbook and the practice questions in this course form the foundation for the Society for Vascular Surgery Recertification Course. Access is for one year from the date of purchase.

The Vascular Surgery In-Training Examination (VSITE) Review Course is an interactive, high-yield educational program for residents, fellows, and junior faculty. This course was developed in conjunction with faculty from Duke University, University of California (San Diego), University of Rochester, Medical University of South Carolina, Stanford University, and the University of Colorado. The Clinical Review of Vascular Surgery (Eds. Sapan Desai, MD, PhD and Cynthia Shortell, MD) is included with this course. This textbook and the practice questions in this course form the foundation for the Society for Vascular Surgery Recertification Course. Access to the course is for one year from the date of purchase.

A comprehensive review course with textbooks, practice questions, and online reviews for Family Medicine.

Comprehensive USMLE Step 1 review program including high-yield textbooks, practice questions with explanations, audio and video lectures, and a review course with a detailed outline.

Comprehensive USMLE Step 2 review program including high-yield textbooks, practice questions with explanations, audio and video lectures, and a review course with a detailed outline.
Comprehensive USMLE Step 3 review program including high-yield textbooks, practice questions with explanations, audio and video lectures, and a review course with a detailed outline.
High-yield set of audio and video reviews for the USMLE including MP3 downloads that you can use on your iPod or iPhone, and streaming video lectures covering major topics on the USMLE Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3 examinations.