Endocrine Board Review 14th Edition Book (2022)

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Prepare for the endocrine board exam and stay up to date with 220 clinical case questions that span the breadth of the endocrinology field. The Endocrine Board Review 14th Edition (2022), based on the ABIM’s blueprint, will allow you to assess your knowledge and challenges in endocrinology. This book is ideal for those preparing for the endocrine board exam or those who want to stay up to date and improve their practice skills.

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The Endocrine Board Review (EBR) program is developed annually by leading experts and features presentations of cases across the breadth of endocrinology in a mock exam format. EBR 14th Edition is the latest self-study book with 220 clinical case questions designed for those preparing for their board exam or those who want to stay up to date and improve their practice skills. The cases will assess your knowledge of core principles and endocrinology challenges while following the ABIM blueprint for the Endocrinology, Diabetes, & Metabolism Board Certification Exam.

EBR 14th Edition includes:

  • Printed self-study book
  • 220 case-based questions across eight topics:
    • Adrenal (22 questions)
    • Calcium and Bone (33 questions)
    • Diabetes (52 questions)
    • Female Reproduction (16 questions)
    • Male Reproduction (16 questions)
    • Obesity and Lipids (26 questions)
    • Pituitary (22 questions)
    • Thyroid (33 questions)
  • Lab values provided in conventional and SI units
  • Up to 21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and ABIM MOC Points

EBR 14th Edition is the ideal self-study book to test your knowledge and prepare for the board exam.

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