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MCCQE® Part I Examination Overview
How many hours is the MCCQE® Part I Examination?
The MCCQE® Part I Examination is 8 hours.
How many questions is the MCCQE® Part I Examination?
The MCCQE® Part I Examination is 210 questions.
What topics are covered on the MCCQE® Part I Examination?
Topics include: Medicine, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, Surgery, Psychiatry, and Preventive Medicine & Community Health
MCCQE® Part I Examination MCQs (19,545)
Our question bank for the MCCQE® Part I Examination covers four Cognitive Difficulty Levels:
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MCCQE® Part I Examination Articles (5,493)
Entheses are boney insertion sites of tendons and ligaments. Enthesopathies are defined as the pathologies that affect the entheses.
Thoracic empyema, an infectious process defined by frank pus in the pleural space, has been recognized since the time of Hippocrates and historical ...
Nystagmus is derived from Greek nustagmos (nodding, drowsiness) and nystazein (be sleepy or doze). It is a rhythmic, involuntary, rapid, ...
Psittacosis is a systemic disease that can cause an atypical pneumonia when it infects the lungs. Psittacosis is also known as ...
Anemia is a decrease in hemoglobin levels from an individual's baseline; however, sex-specific and race-specific reference ranges to make a diagnos ...
Azotemia is a biochemical abnormality, defined as elevation, or buildup of, nitrogenous products (BUN-usually ranging 7 to 21 mg/dL), creatinine in ...
Lipoprotein (a), also known as Lp (a), is a form of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) that is an established and genetically determined risk factor for ...
"I need that like I need a hole in the head" is a colloquialism used to emphasize the fact that someone does not need something. If one examines th ...
Cultural sensitivity remains a crucial aspect of the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric patients. There are many culture-specific syndromes as ...
The heart is comprised of the pericardium, myocardium, and endocardium. Pathology in any of those structures can lead to heart failure. Left v ...
Altered mental status is one of the most common presenting symptoms in elderly patients often related to 3 Ds- delirium, dementia, and depress ...
Barotrauma is physical tissue damage caused by an unrelieved pressure differential between a surrounding gas or fluid and an unvented body cav ...
The eyes are a set of sensory organs that play a crucial role in the visual system. The eyes are responsible for detecting light that enters the ey ...
C-peptide (connecting peptide) connects alpha and beta chains of proinsulin, which are formed in the endoplasmic reticulum following the remov ...
Dantrolene sodium (sold under a variety of trade names) is a postsynaptic muscle relaxant with multiple indications in the fields of anesthesi ...
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