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MedicalMnemonics.com

Keep trying to remember the diagnostic criteria for neurofibromatosis? Maybe just trying to compare gout and pseudogout? When it comes to tricky lists, mnemonics are awesome – as long as you can remember what they stand for. 


Every medical student has a list that they’ve learnt from friends, lecturers, or even made up themselves – Medical Mnemonics puts all of these into a massive database so you can find one that works for you. There’s even a PDA version and a PDF to have on your flash drive. 


Definitely useful for exams or on the wards – check out the site over here






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