Latest Generation Cephalosporins: Which One Does What With regard to Pseudomonas, cUTI, and cIAI?

There has been an explosion of medical information lately that is destined to influence the content of the USMLE. It is critical to know important milestones in Pharmacology.

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A Classical Syndrome

At USMLE Insider Prep Course, we use powerful, illustrative imagery to teach you the challenging concepts that must be mastered for USMLE success. But we make this stuff ridiculously easy. This is what separates USMLE Insider from all the other USMLE Step 1 review courses.

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The Cavernous Sinus

At USMLE Insider Prep Course, we use powerful, illustrative imagery to teach you the challenging concepts that must be mastered for USMLE success. The corticobulbar tract is a poorly understood concept for most medical students. But we make this stuff ridiculously easy. This is what separates USMLE Insider from all the other USMLE Step 1 review courses. 

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The Corticobulbar Tract

At USMLE Insider Prep Course, we use powerful, illustrative imagery to teach you the challenging concepts that must be mastered for USMLE success. The corticobulbar tract is a poorly understood concept for most medical students. But we make this stuff ridiculously easy. This is what separates USMLE Insider from all the other USMLE Step 1 review courses.

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The Liver’s Best Kept Secret

The liver is located in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. The functional units of the liver are the lobules, which contain the basic metabolic cells called hepatocytes. The lobules are held together by a fine, dense, irregular, fibroelastic connective tissue layer extending from the fibrous capsule covering the entire liver known as Glisson's capsule. The whole surface of the liver, except for the bare area, is covered in a serous coat derived from the&...

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