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Old 05-27-2011
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Help Please Help: Histologic Inclusions/descriptions for the step 1

guys as the exam draws near i'm turning into a weird demented shadow of my former self......

There's one BIIIIIG thing I need help with and its killing me! if anyone knows a list of the types of histological Inclusions (cytoplasmic, intranuclear etc etc) and their decently universal description and Association with disease that would be REAAAAALLY helpful.....i'm really getting to the point where their descriptions are what is killing me, b/c obviously the step 1 is not going to give us those "buzzwords" linking them to their disease....

so please.....even if someone doesn't have them all could we try to compile them here? thanks for the help guys....really appreciate it!
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yeah some please must have this. struggling with this
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Default yeah..same problem !!

same problem ..in u world path questions, am able 2 recognise the diagnosis, but when the options give some histologic description am nt able 2 identify ...so most questions go wrong..s there any website or link that cud help ...
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cmon guys, someone who has already taken the exam must be diligent enough to makes notes of some sort about these descriptions.....even if they were from Uworld....lets share the wealth guys, please
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