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Hi as you all are familiar USMLE doesn't use buzz words anymore so I am starting this thread so we can all share knowledge and try to break the exam. I meant to say like complex terms which USMLE uses in its own language like


Koilocyte - cytoplasmic vacoulasation
Reed Sternberg cell- Hyperchromatic nuclei with clear space around it
Keratin pearls- intensely eosinophilic material with intercellular bridges

help will be much appreciated if everyone could share their knowledge.

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If this is true then plz share ur experience.nice topic
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Burkitt Lymphoma - starry sky appearance - in USMLE language monmorphic intermediate sized lymphocytes with prominent nucleoli and vacoulated basophilic cytoplasm
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Homans sign = pain on dorsiflexion of foot.....(phlebothromosis)
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Schiller-Duval bodies - glomerulus- like structures seen in yolk sac tumour.
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Complex cystic swelling with thick and shaggy lining in the ovary - cystadenocarcinoma.
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Irregular follicles with scalloped colloid and evidence of chronic inflammation-- graves dx.
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We have an entire forum dedicated for Step 1 Buzzwords!
Check it out here
USMLE Step 1 Forum Buzzwords

There's a link to that forum in the home page, called USMLE Step 1 High Yield.

I will close this thread. Please go enrich that forum with you great buzzwords.

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