USMLE CS Mnemonics & Sample Patient Notes

Clinical Skills Key History, Mnemonics, Physical Exam Videos, & Sample Patient Notes:

USMLE CS Sample Patient Notes

1. Testicular Pain
2. Mid-Epigastric Pain
3. Back Pain

USMLE Step 2 CS Videos

1. Video of Cardiology Examination in a Clinical Setting
2. Video of Neurology Examination in a Clinical Setting
3. Video of Pulmonology Examination in a Clinical Setting
4. Video of Musculoskeletal Examination in a Clinical Setting
5. Video of Abdominal Examination in a Clinical Setting
6. Video of HEENT Examination in a Clinical Setting
7. Video and Description of Rinne Hearing Test
8. Video and Description of Weber Hearing Test

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