Monday, April 2, 2007

// Resources // Pathognomonic signs

Whether you're reviewing for the local board exams or for the NCLEX, this list of pathognomonic signs should be helpful to you. This table lists some of the common diseases and their pathognomonic signs.

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice! :)

Anonymous said...

cool list. thanks!

Bing said...

Hi! Please help me how to open the file. Everytime I click I just got a message of "page cannot be displayed".Can you help me on this? Thanks and more power!

Geoff said...

Thanks Bing for bringing this to our attentsion. You can now download the file.

Nurzondmove said...

Galing ng nakaisip nito, Thanks!

Anonymous said...

please can you provide me Emegency pharmacology.. thanx and best regards

little flower said...

i have to say that this was very informative...at the same time, it wasn't limited to communicable diseases.

thank you and have a nice day!

white_tara said...

Geoff,
this is a very nice site...too bad i have not discovered this earlier...when I was still in school...thanks for doing a great job on this.

God bless you

Anonymous said...

wow.. thnx for sharing this! =)

Anonymous said...

I couldnt open the downloaded file... Can I ask a copy of this, seems to be really interesting basing on the comments posted... Thanks!

Geoff said...

You need to have Adobe PDF Reader installed in your computer. I recommend downloading a PDF reader because all of the application packets for US nursing registration are in this format too.

Just google for "Adobe PDF reader" and follow the links. Goodluck.

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot for sharing!

Anonymous said...

this site is nice... anyone have notes in oncology and eent... tanx

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