For the third and final part of our series on how to study for boards (see part 1 and part 2) we’ll take a look at advice from students who recently took the boards.
This is the second in a series of three posts on boards (check out the last one, which covered how to choose resources and set up a study plan).
It’s April, which means a lot of people are studying for boards. If you’re like me, you haven’t started studying, but you’ve spent a lot of time worrying about studying, which is probably even more taxing emotionally.
Here’s a great question from a reader. Q. Why are Howell-Jolly bodies seen in sickle cell anemia?
- Elaine Puricelli said Hello, Thanks for the info on Howell Jolly bodies. I have had these critters consistently since my s...
- Sarkaft said دست خووش… Thsnks alot
- shiru said thankyou thankyou… im surely going to pass my finals. pathology student rocks my world!!!!!!!!
- rajesh said best explanation we can ever get. thank u so much
- Jason said Amazing resource. This and the article on phemphigous vulgerus and bullous phemphigoid difference ar...
- Amanulla said Do people with O blood group also have H antigen?
- vivek said Thanks for sharing
- Raffi said Thank you for your detailed response!
- Kristine said WOW, Luisa, that’s GREAT!!! So happy for you! I would say “had” at this point
- Kristine said Thanks, Venessa Yeah, I know what you mean…sometimes teaching is seen more as an unpleasant t...
- Kristine said Haha that’s hilarious!! I love that
- Kristine said Good question! The little bit of thrombin that has been formed by the extrinsic pathway is the the t...