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Are you outdated? QUIZ: Learn and use the newest medical terminology

Diabetic, Wegener's, Overdose...Can you identify which terms are no longer used? Several familiar eponyms or medical terms are now discouraged. In order to be as up to date as possible, do you know which of the following terms you should AVOID using? See below for answers! 1.   Down’s syndrome 2.   Overdose 3.   Reiter’s Syndrome 4.   Temporal Arteritis 5.   Moon facies 6.   Diabetic 7.   Wegener’s granulomatosis 8.   Lou Gehrig’s Disease 9.   Addison’s Disease 10.  Substance Abuse ANSWERS: Turns out, ALL of the above terms can be replaced by more accurate or less offensive terminology. Do you disagree? Can you think of some other important ones? Please submit your comments to us for our nex

NEW GUIDELINE ALERT: BPH (and it's only 99 days until the exam...)

The Canadian Urological Society has released their latest guidelines on Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Did you know? We maintain an updated list of Canadian Primary Care guidelines relevant for the exam at www.thereviewcourse.com/guidelines - completely FREE! WHAT'S NEW IN THE PROSTATE? Turns out, not much. But there are some new medications and medication classes that you definitely want to be aware of, plus an EXAM TIP below. UNCHANGED: DIAGNOSTIC ALGORITHM First of all – the DIAGNOSTIC ALGORITHM has not changed. Eight years after the last edition of their BPH guidelines, it’s still the exact same algorithm with history, physical (DRE), and urinalysis as the only mandatory items. NEARLY UNC
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