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May 2022
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NEW: Cardiology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of cardiology.

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NEW: paediatric (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of paediatrics.

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NEW: Blepharitis (notes)

Blepharitis refers to inflammation of the eyelid margins and can be divided into anterior and posterior.

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April 2022
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NEW: Endocrinology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of endocrinology.

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NEW: Respiratory (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of respiratory.

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NEW: Haematology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of haematology.

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NEW: General surgery (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of general surgery.

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NEW: Rheumatology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of rheumatology.

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NEW: Gynaecology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of gynaecology.

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NEW: Neurology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of neurology.

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NEW: ENT (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of ENT.

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NEW: Dermatology (questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of dermatology.

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NEW: Psychiatry (Questions)

New questions to test your knowledge in the field of psychiatry.

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NEW: Lymphadenopathy (NOTES)

Lymphadenopathy essentially refers to lymph nodes with abnormal consistency or size.

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NEW: Back pain (NOTES)

Back pain refers to pain experienced in a patients’ back that is often in the lower regions.

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March 2022
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NEW: NAFLD (NOTES)

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) essentially refers to the presence of excess fat in the liver in the absence of excess alcohol consumption.

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NEW: Headache (NOTES)

Headache refers to pain felt in any region of the head, which also includes behind the eyes and ear or in the upper neck.

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NEW: Hiatus hernia (NOTES)

A hiatus hernia refers to the herniation of part of the stomach through the diaphragmatic oesophageal hiatus.

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NEW: URTI (NOTES)

Upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) are common self-limiting illnesses that present with coryzal symptoms.

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NEW: Cerebral palsy (NOTES)

Cerebral palsy is a broad term for a group of permanent motor disorders that affect muscle tone, posture, and/or movement.

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NEW: Vasculitis (NOTES)

Vasculitis is a very broad term that in its simplest form refers to inflammation of blood vessels.

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February 2022
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NEW: Chronic pancreatitis (NOTES)

Chronic pancreatitis refers to chronic, irreversible, inflammation and/or fibrosis of the pancreas.

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NEW: Carpal tunnel syndrome (NOTES)

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a median nerve neuropathy due to compression as it passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist.

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NEW: Mononeuropathies (NOTES)

Mononeuropathy refers to damage or dysfunction of a single peripheral nerve.

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NEW: Radiculopathies (NOTES)

Radiculopathy refers to symptoms and/or impairments related to involvement of a spinal nerve root.

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NEW: Polyneuropathies (NOTES)

Polyneuropathy refers to damage or dysfunction of multiple nerves of the peripheral nervous system.

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NEW: Peripheral neuropathy (NOTES)

Peripheral neuropathy is a broad term that refers to any disorder of the peripheral nervous system.

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NEW: Tremor (NOTES)

A tremor is considered involuntary, rhythmic, oscillatory movements of a body part.

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NEW: Essential tremor (NOTES)

Essential tremor is a type of action tremor that is very common in the general population.

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NEW: Syncope (NOTES)

Syncope is a broad term for transient loss of consciousness.

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NEW: Hepatitis (NOTES)

Hepatitis refers to inflammation of the liver, which may be due to many causes.

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NEW: Jaundice (NOTES)

Jaundice refers to the yellow complexion that occurs from an elevated bilirubin.

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NEW: Amyloidosis (NOTES)

Amyloidosis refers to the extracellular deposition of fibrils that contain a variety of proteins.

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NEW: sepsis (NOTES)

Sepsis is a dysregulated host response to infection leading to life-threatening organ dysfunction.

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NEW: Peritonitis (NOTES)

Peritonitis refers to inflammation of the peritoneum, which is the lining of the abdomen.

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NEW: Multi-organ dysfunction syndrome (NOTES)

Multi-organ dysfunction refers to progressive organ dysfunction whereby homeostasis cannot be maintained without intervention.

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NEW: PSA - data interpretation (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic data interpretation questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - drug monitoring (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic drug monitoring questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - prescribing (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic adverse drug reactions questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - calculation skills (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic calculation skills questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - providing information (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic providing information questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - planning management (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic planning management questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - prescription review (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic prescription review questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA - prescribing (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic prescribing questions for the PSA

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - data interpretation (video)

Top tips and tricks for the data interpretation domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - drug monitoring (video)

Top tips and tricks for the drug monitoring domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - adverse drug reactions (video)

Top tips and tricks for the adverse drug reaction domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - calculation skills (video)

Top tips and tricks for the calculation skills domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - providing information (video)

Top tips and tricks for the providing information domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - planning management (video)

Top tips and tricks for the planning management domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - prescription review (video)

Top tips and tricks for the prescription review domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - prescribing (video)

Top tips and tricks for the prescribing domain of the PSA with example questions

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NEW: PSA Crash Course - Overview (video)

An overview of the prescribing safety assessment (PSA) examination

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January 2022
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NEW: Crash course neurology (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic neurology questions.

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NEW: Crash course endocrinology (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic endocrinology questions.

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NEW: Crash course haematology (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic haematology questions.

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NEW: Crash course orthopaedics (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic orthopaedics questions.

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NEW: Crash course urology (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic urology questions.

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December 2021
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NEW: Crash course hepatobiliary (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic hepatobiliary questions.

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NEW: Gilbert syndrome (NOTES)

Gilbert syndrome is an autosomal recessive disorder that causes abnormal bilirubin processing in the liver.

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NEW: Primary biliary cholangitis (NOTES)

Primary biliary cholangitis is an autoimmune cholestatic liver disease that can lead to cirrhosis.

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NEW: Abdominal incisions (NOTES)

An abdominal incision refers to a cut made through the skin of the abdomen to facilitate an operation.

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NEW: Skin tension lines (NOTES)

Skin tension lines essentially refer to the direction of maximal skin tension at different body sites.

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NEW: Mesenteric adenitis (NOTES)

A common cause of abdominal pain in children due to acute or chronic inflammation of the mesenteric lymph nodes.

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1947
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NEW: Measles (NOTES)

Measles is a highly contagious viral infection caused by the measles morbillivirus.

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1948
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NEW: Crash course general surgery (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic general surgery questions.

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NEW: Crash course neurosurgery (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic neurosurgery questions.

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1951
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NEW: Crash course plastics (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic plastics questions.

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NEW: Crash course gastroenterology (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic gastroenterology questions.

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NEW: Crash course respiratory (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic respiratory questions.

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NEW: Crash course cardiology (questions)

Get a head start on your revision with these fantastic cardiology MCQs.

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NEW: Crash course urology (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key urology topics for exams.

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NEW: Crash course orthopaedics (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key orthpaedics topics for exams.

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NEW: Crash course hepatobiliary (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key hepatobiliary topics for exams.

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1905
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NEW: crash course general surgery (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key general surgery topics for exams.

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NEW: Crash course neurosurgery (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key neurosurgery topics for exams.

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1908
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NEW: Crash course plastics (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key plastics topics for exams.

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1909
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NEW: crash course neurology (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key neurology topics for exams.

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NEW: Crash course endocrinology (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key endocrinology topics for exams.

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1911
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NEW: crash course haematology (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key haematology topics for exams.

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1912
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NEW: crash course gastroenterology (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key gastroenterology topics for exams.

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NEW: Crash course respiratory (video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key respiratory topics for exams.

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NEW: Crash course cardiology (Video)

A fantastic 'crash course' into key cardiology topics for exams.

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NEW: Developmental milestones (NOTES)

A specific set of abilities a child should reach by a certain age.

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NEW: Developmental delay (NOTES)

The failure to achieve developmental milestones in comparison to peers of the same age range.

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NEW: Vasovagal syncope (NOTES)

A form of ‘reflex syncope’ known as a ‘common faint’ that causes transient loss of consciousness from altered activation of the autonomic nervous system.

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NEW: Visual field defects (NOTES)

A loss of part of the usual field of vision.

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November 2021
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NEW: Rheumatoid arthritis (video)

A complete overview of rheumatoid arthritis in less than 10 minutes.

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NEW: ABG Analysis (Video)

Learn how to interpret an arterial blood gas in ~10 minutes.

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NEW: Chronic pericarditis (NOTES)

Chronic inflammation of the pericardial sac for greater than 3 months.

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NEW: Spinal cord syndromes (NOTES)

Several classic syndromes that have characteristic clinical features based on the area of the spinal cord affected.

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NEW: Cauda Equina Syndrome (NOTES)

A neurosurgical emergency due to compression of the nerves distal to the terminal part of the spinal cord.

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NEW: Abdominal pain (NOTES)

Abdominal pain refers to a pain felt anywhere in the abdomen between the chest and pelvis.

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NEW: Fluid prescribing (NOTES)

Fluid prescribing is the process of prescribing intravenous fluids for patients who need resuscitation, routine maintenance, or more complex administration.

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NEW: CARDIOLOGY: HEART FAILURE (VIDEO)

In our Deep Dive, Dr. Benjamin Norton gives a wonderful comprehensive overview of heart failure...

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NEW: Achalasia (NOTES)

Achalasia is a primary motility disorder of the oesophagus that is characterised by failure to relax of the lower oesophageal sphincter...​

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NEW: Rheumatology (questions)

A comprehensive set of rheumatology questions for FINALS...

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NEW: Oxygen (NOTES)

Oxygen should be regarded as a drug that is prescribed for patients with hypoxaemia (low blood oxygen concentration)...

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October 2021
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NEW: Delirium (NOTES)

Delirium is essentially a state of acute confusion that affects normal brain functioning...

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NEW: Cardiomyopathies (NOTES)

The term cardiomyopathy can be very confusing in clinical practice. In very simple terms it means disease of the heart muscle...

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NEW: Nephrotic syndrome (NOTES)

Nephrotic syndrome is broadly defined as a triad of heavy proteinuria > 3.5 g/day, hypoalbuminaemia, and oedema...

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NEW: Nephritic syndrome (NOTES)

Nephritic syndrome is classically described as the presence of haematuria, variable proteinuria, renal impairment, and hypertension...

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UPDATED: Glomerular disease (NOTES)

Glomerular disease refers to a group of conditions that cause damage to the renal glomeruli...

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NEW: JVP (NOTES)

Examination of the jugular venous pressure provides an estimate of the central venous pressure...

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