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DANIEL'S USMLE AND MEDICAL SCHOOL WEBSITES
Site last updated 6/4/02
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Sites with USMLE Links

http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/Union/1682/

Heatherís Boards Review Page. Contains many useful links for all disciplines as well as information on the USMLE and the MATCH.

http://www.creighton.edu/Pharmacology/USMLE.htm

USMLE links site.

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/5236/useful_links.html

Useful medical web sites

http://foreignmd.com

Useful information for foreign medical students and has some USMLE sites

http://www.meduniv.lviv.ua/inform/studlinks.html

Links for medical students, a very complete listing of medical links from software, education, notes, tutorials, grants and medical societies.

http://www.studentdoctor.com/links/usmle.html

Part of the Student Doctor Network (SDN). Has USMLE links plus other material of interest to medical students.

http://www.dichoso.com/med/USMLE.htm

The Medical Student Website. Has some USMLE links and other material of interest to medical students.

General USMLE Sites

http://www.usmle.org/

The official site of the USMLE

http://www.kumc.edu/AMA-MSS/study/boards_review.htm

Simply the most complete site. Contains notes for all disciplines. Also has high yield tables. Currently Restricted and not accessible without a password. [01/03/01]

http://www.flash-med.com/

Site with questions in flash card format. Allows user to submit own questions.

http://www.medrevu.com/

Offers USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 review test engines as well as several PDA Recall products designed to assist medical students during their rounds. Has irevu question bank were you can do 50 sample questions for step 1 or step 2.

http://www.mcqs.com/

Multiple Choice Questions for USMLE Step 1 and 2. Soon will also include step 3.

http://www.medschool.com

A great site containing information for medical students and a USMLE Study Center and links. Requires free registration. Inlcudes an online First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, free video lectures, time table for studying for the USMLE (2, 4, and 6 week planner), and book reviews. Definitely a site that must be visited when studying for the USMLE.

http://www.kaplan.com

 

The Kaplan site, has information about USMLE and flash cards for diseases and drugs. You can also enter you answers from the test in the USMLE Step 1 Starter Kit book and have them scored and receive a detailed score report with a suggested study schedule. Requires free registration.

http://www-sci.lib.uci.edu/HSG/Medical1.html#Imm

The Virtual Medical Center, contains course material on the basic sciences.

http://www.review.com

Princeton Review Site, after registering you can take a free USMLE type test online.

http://www.dr2b.com/usmle_study_tips.htm

Tips on studying for the USMLE.

Anatomy

http://www.cc.emory.edu/ANATOMY/Foramina.html

A quick review of the foramina of the skull from Emory University.

http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/dissector/mml/index.htm

Muscle Master List from Loyola, quick reference to muscle origins and insertions.

http://www.vh.org/Providers/Textbooks/HumanAnatomy/CrossSectionAtlas.html

Cross sectional anatomy atlas

http://anatomy.uams.edu/htmlpages/anatomyhtml/gross.html

University of Arkansas Gross Anatomy Home Page which contains an online atlas and some very good anatomy tables organized by region .

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu:80/natbrdrev/nbrbase1.htm

Board type questions in anatomy from the University of Wisconsin

http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/oto/studs/anat.html

A review of head and neck anatomy broken down by sections.

http://www.scar.rad.washington.edu/RadAnatomy.html

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton, contains radiographic images of the skeleton organized by region.

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/sc97/text/SC/contents.htm

Global Spinal Cord, review with graphics about spinal cord anatomy.

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/SClinic/Weakness/Weakness.htm

Clinical Spinal Cord, manifestations of spinal cord lesions (text and graphics)

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/Bs97/TEXT/BS/contents.htm

Global Brainstem, review with graphics about brainstem anatomy.

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/cere/text/cere/contents.htm

Global Cerebellum, a review with graphics about cerebellar anatomy.

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/coro97/contents.htm

Global Thalamus, a review with graphics about anatomy of the thalamus.

http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/cn/cn.htm

Review of cranial nerves with tables and exercises. A very good site.

http://rpisun1.mda.uth.tmc.edu/se/pm/anatomy/

Cranial Nerve Review (focus on V, VII, and XII) from Baylor College of Medicine

http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html

Harvardís Whole Brain Atlas, a very good site with normal and pathological pictures of neuroanatomy.

http://www.neuropat.dote.hu/

An excellent site from a medical school in Hungary (the site is in English). Contains a neuropathology and neuroanatomy atlas. Also has 100ís of links to neuroanatomy and neuropathology websites all over the world.

http://thalamus.wustl.edu/course/

A neuroscience tutorial from University of Washington containing lectures with images.

http://www.neuroguide.com/neuroresac_3.html

Neurosciences on the Internet, contains links too many neurosciences sites. Many of the links are too detailed for the USMLE.

http://anatomy.uams.edu/htmlpages/anatomyhtml/neuro.html

The Neuroanatomy Home page of the University of Arkansas which contains an atlas, neuroanatomy tables, and a practice practical exam.

http://www.mcl.tulane.edu/student/1997/kenb/neuroanatomy/readme_neuro.html

Neuroanatomy Study Slides from Tulane.

http://www.med.upenn.edu/meded/public/berp/

Basic Embryology Review Program from University of Pennsylvania. Good images. Only the overview chapter is available for public use.

http://www.visembryo.com/

The Visible Embryo from the University of California Medical Center. A very good site. Follows the embryo from fertilization until gestation.

Behavioral Sciences

http://griffin.auhs.edu/dept/medethic/

MedEthEx online, a medical ethics site which contains exercises in medical ethics.

Biochemistry and Genetics

http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/NetBiochem/tabletit.htm

Tables for learning the key points in biochemistry.

http://bob.usuf2.usuhs.mil/biochem/exams/exams.html

USUHS Medical Biochemistry Exams, contains quite a few biochemistry exams

http://www.umanitoba.ca/faculties/medicine/units/biochem/coursenotes/blanchaer_tutorials/

Clinical Case Computer Tutorials in Biochemistry from the University of Manitoba, only contains a few case studies.

http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/eb/ebdir.html

Enzyme Kinetics Hypertextbook from MIT, the site contains an overview of enzyme kinetics with problem sets.

http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/glycolysis/dir.html

Glycolysis and the Krebís Cycle Hypertextbook from MIT, the site has a brief overview of cellular respiration with problem sets.

http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/mg/mgdir.html

Mendelian Genetics Hypertextbook from MIT, the site has a brief overview of genetics with problem sets.

http://skipper2.med.unr.edu/frame1.html

Biochemistry Video Lecture Series for medical students from the University of Nevada School of Medcine. Requires free registration. You will need ClearVideo's decoder or Microsoft's media player (can be downloaded free) to view the videos.

Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, and Histology

http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/Histo/frames/histo_frames.html

Contains lessons and practicals for histology

http://www.kumc.edu/instruction/medicine/anatomy/histoweb/

JayDoc Histoweb, a histology site from Kansas University Medical Center

http://www.medsch.wisc.edu/anatomy/histo/histo.htm

Histology Atlas from the University of Wisconsin

http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/cb/cbdir.html

Cell Biology Hypertextbook from MIT, the site has a brief overview of CMB topics and questions.

http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/rdna/rdnadir.html

Recombinant DNA Hypertextbook from MIT, the site has a brief overview of recombinant DNA topics and questions.

Microbiology, Immunology and Virology

http://www.uct.ac.za/depts/mmi/jmoodie/welcome1.html

Lecture notes in virology from the University of Capetown in South Africa

http://www.medschool.lsumc.edu/Micr/mirror/public_html/intro.html

On-line course in Medical Bacteriology, very little information but some of it is useful.

http://www.md.huji.ac.il/microbiology/

An online microbiology course

http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/pge/pgedir.html

Hypertextbook in Bacterial Genetics from MIT, brief overview and includes problem sets.

http://www.bis.med.jhmi.edu/Dan/Doe/intro.html

Molecular Genetics Primer from the Department of Energy

Pathology

http://www.neuropat.dote.hu/

An excellent site from a medical school in Hungary (the site is in English). Contains a neuropathology and neuroanatomy atlas. Also has 100ís of links to neuroanatomy and neuropathology websites all over the world.

http://worldmall.com/erf/lectures.htm

Edís Pathology Notes, contains lecture notes on a variety of topics in pathology

http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/WebPath/webpath.html

Web Path version 5.0, contains a pathology atlas with discussions. Also has tutorials and questions.

http://www.gamewood.net/rnet/renalpath/tutorial.htm

A tutorial in Renal Pathology from Dr. Charles Jennette, MD

http://www.tmc.tulane.edu/classware/pathology/medical_pathology/overview.html

A very well organized pathology course from Tulane University

http://edcenter.med.cornell.edu/Pathophysiology_Cases/Vascular_Infections/VI_TOCs.html

Vascular pathology case studies from Cornell University.

http://www.pathtest.com/

A site designed by students AFTER they took Step I. Contains board type questions with detailed answers.

Pharmacology

http://www.bumc.bu.edu/www/busm/pharmacology/Programmed/Intro.html

Problem sets from Boston University covering 6 topics. ANS, CV, antibiotics, pharmacological emergenicies, pharmacokinetics of chloramphenicol and general anesthetics.

http://www.horsetooth.com/ISAP/

Interactive Self-Assessment in Pharmacology, one of the best web sites for pharmacology. The site contains questions and allows the user to make his or her own quizzes from a variety of topics. The site also has lecture notes and flash cards. Registration is required and it is free. If your e-mail address has an "edu" domain the registration is quick. If your e-mail address does not have an "edu" domain, you must sent an e-mail explaining you are a student and you will get a password in a couple of days.

http://toxikon.er.uic.edu/cases/allcase.htm

Case studies in toxicology.

http://research.med.umkc.edu/pharm/getitems.html

Study questions by category from Kansas University Medical Center

http://www.kumc.edu/research/medicine/pharmacology/mgordon/learning1.htm

Medical Pharmacology Learning Modules from Kansas University Medical Center

http://lysine.pharm.utah.edu/netpharm_98/qmaster.htm

CV Pharmacology questions with detailed answers from the University of Utah

Physiology

http://gasnet.med.yale.edu/gta/acid-base/

A tutorial on acid and base balances from Yale University

http://www.tmc.tulane.edu/departments/anesthesiology/acid/acid.html

A very complete acid and base balance tutorial from Tulane.

http://www.phymac.med.wayne.edu/demo/penney/lect1/index.htm

Lecture notes on the cardiac cycle from Wright State University

http://www.mfi.ku.dk/teaching/lecture-notes/gfr-en/

Lecture notes on control of GFR from University of Coppenhagen (English)

http://www.med.uc.edu/physiology/medphy.html

Physiology test from the University of Cincinnati

http://150.216.196.215/ques.htm

Physiology board type questions from the University of East Carolina.

http://human.physiol.arizona.edu/TEST/PracTest.html

Human physiology exams from the University of Arizona. Over 25 exams in CV, Endo, GI, Respiratory and Renal Physiology.

http://human.physiol.arizona.edu/TEST/SIM/Nernst/info.htm

The Nernst/Goldman Simulator from the University of Arizona. Not very useful but kind of a cool way to see how ion concentrations affect the resting membrane potential.

Miscellaneous Useful Site

http://www.medicalmnemonics.com

A bank of medical mnemonics. Also allows you to submit your own mnemonics. Mnemonics are arranged by medical discipline

http://www.medexplorer.com

A search engine for medical topics. Contains many USMLE sites

http://www.mfi.ku.dk/teaching/lecture-notes/gfr-en/

Medical mnemonic site, not as many mnemonics or as well organized as medicalmnemonics.com

http://http://www.md4sure.com/

Site with medical mnemonics, clinical cases, and book reviews

Sites with cheap medical books

http://www.doc-swap.com/

Place to buy and sell used medical texts and equipment. Has a good selection of USMLE review books. A lot of the sellers use PayPal as their method of payment. Signing up for PayPal is free and allows you to pay for the books using a credit card with no extra charges. You also get $5 for signing up so it takes $5 of your book purchase. To sign up click on the link below

eBay's Half.com

A site to buy and sell books, videos, and music. Has several people selling used medical texts and USMLE review books. Click on the link below to go to this site. Enter the coupon code PROMARK to get $5 off your first $10 order or enter coupon code TEXT77 to get $10 off your first $50 order. For returning customers enter HALFEBAY5 to save $5 off a $20 order

http://www.bn.com

Has lots of medical books. No coupons at this time but free shipping with an order fo 2 or more books.

http://bookmarc.hypermart.net/index.html

Has a list of USMLE books. Will search up to six different stores for the cheapest price.

http://http://readseelisten.iwonbooks.com/

This is my own on-line bookstore with a good selection of usmle and medical books.

http://www.alibris.com/

Book seller which contains some used USMLE books and other medical texts. No coupon at this time but get free shipping with a $50 order.

 

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