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?
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