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  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:09PM on 05/18/20
    Hi, I wish the website was more updated during COVID times. I am unable to add my study agenda for CK, me and some other friends have tried to add it without luck and the worst thing is we don't understand the platform. It keeps redirecting us to some group forms when all we want is to add a study agenda or take a test. Because of this reason we are unable to just use the platform for our studies even though it seemed great. Big thumbs down for medbullets for this. Hope y'all can figure it out.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:02PM on 04/21/19
    Medbullets seems like an amazing resource for step 1, step 2 ck/cs. Wish I knew about it before taking my exams. Has anyone used it for step 3? Does it complement uworld? Feel free to message me with comments. Thanks everyone that post content to this website. Amazing job.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:15AM on 12/20/18
    A huge thank you from Beirut, Lebanon. I attended the American Univeristy of Beirut (AUB) and You guys helped me get through Step 1, Step 2 CK/CS and soon Step 3 USMLE. GOD bless you and be with you all. From Lebanon with love!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:06PM on 12/08/18
    Hi,

    Early decelerations are caused by fetal head compression, variable decelerations are caused by umbilical cord compression, and late decelerations are caused by uteroplacental insufficiency/fetal hypoxia. Please correct that. Anyways, thank you for the information.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:07AM on 11/23/18
    Arnold-Chiari Syndrome, Step 2/3, lists the type of hydrocephlaus as communicating.

    As far as my understanding goes, if it's communicating, it means the CSF above (eg ventricles) is able to "communicate" with the structures below (eg spinal cord). So any obstruction of CSF flow that can be anatomically identified on a scan, will be called "non-communicating." Alternatively if it's just a matter of defective arachnoid villi that can't to resorb CSF, it's communicating hydrocephalus, because all the CSF above is communicating with the stuff below.

    Only slightly important, because if you saw "communicating hydrocephalus" on a question regarding Arnold-Chiari, it would be the wrong answer.

    This website is freaking fantastic.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:24AM on 11/13/18
    Hi
    A recent change, which is After i "create a personal test" from the Qbank, the
    option for the "Review Topic" is not showing any more.Before with every question there was the "Review Topic" option. i can't see that any more, it was help full like that way , so i could easily read the related topic . if it doesn't cause much trouble to You could you please keep it like the way it was before.
    With Regards
    Mohammad
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 4:09AM on 11/13/18
    Hi
    before with every question there was the "Review Topic" option. i can't see that any more, it was help full like that way , so i could easily read the related topic . if it doesn't cause much trouble to You could you please keep it like the way it was before.
    With Regards
    Mohammad
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:39PM on 09/11/18
    adding a list of reference ranges for lab values would be helpful. I study in Australia and we use different scaling systems so it is hard to determine abnormalities on the tests.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:04AM on 07/19/18
    Adding Ludwig angina would be helpful
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:56PM on 06/12/18
    Bullets is on fire
    it helped me in my STEP 2 CK a lot
    i hope for you all the best
    keep the good work

    THANK YOU
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:54PM on 05/12/18
    First of all, huge fan of the website and bullets* app. Currently preparing for Step 2 and this website is amazing.
    I have two considerations for improvement. 1) Would it be possible to have pdf versions of each topic available for printing? I would love to write in notes on each topic and I have a hard time since the formatting gets messed up with printing. 2) Would it be possible to highlight/ write notes on the web app? I think this would make a more seamless transition from the web to mobile app. Thank you!
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    Anonymous commented at 1:30PM on 02/27/18
    Dear medbullets-Team

    Thank you so much for your work! This page is a real achievement! You are such a GREAT help!

    THANK YOU,
    Lisa