Mosby's Review Questions for the NBCE Examination: Parts I and II

Mosby's Review Questions for the NBCE Examination: Parts I and II

By Mosby


Section I: General Anatomy

1. Topographical Anatomy
2. Osteology of the Appendicular Skeleton
3. Arthrology and Syndesmology of the Appendicular Skeleton
4. Myology of the Appendicular Skeleton
5. Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems
6. Digestive System
7. Respiratory System
8. Urogenital System
9. Endocrine System

Section II: Spinal Anatomy

10. Osetology of the Axial Skeleton
11. Myology of the Axial Skeleton
12. Arthrology and Syndesmology of the Axial Skeleton
13. Anatomy of the Central Nervous System and Related Structures
14. Anatomy of the Peripheral and Autonomic Nervous Systems
15. Organs of Special Senses

Section III: Physiology
16. Neurophysiology
17. Muscle Physiology
18. Cardiovascular Physiology
19. Respiratory Physiology
20. Body Fluids and Renal Physiology
21. Gastrointestinal Physiology
22. Reproductive Physiology
23. Endocrine Physiology
24. Exercise and Stress Physiology

Section IV: Chemistry

25. Carbohydrates
26. Lipids
27. Proteins, Amino Acids and Peptides
28. Enzymes
29. Hormones
30. Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids
31. Vitamins and Minerals
32. Biochemical Energetics

Section V: Pathology

33. Fundamentals of Pathology
34. Genetic and Congenital Disorders
35. Disorders of the Immune System
36. Environmental and Nutritional Diseases
37. Disorders of the Musculoskeletal System
38. Disorders of the Nervous System
39. Diseases of the Organ Systems

Section VI: Microbiology and Public Health

40. Principles of Microbiology
41. Communicable and Infectious Diseases
42. Epidemiology and Disease Management
43. Environmental Health
44. Immunology

Section VII: General Diagnosis

45. Case History
46. Inspection
47. Vital Signs
48. Head and Neck Examination
49. Thorax Examination
50. Abdominal Examination
51. Rectal and Urogenital Examination
52. Clinical Diagnosis
53. Laboratory Interpretation

Section VIII: Neuromuscoskeletal Diagnosis

54. Case History
55. Posture and Gait Assessment
56. Orthopedic Examination
57. Neuorlogic Examination
58. Clinical Diagnosis

Section IX: Diagnostic Imaging

59. X-Ray Technology
60. Radiographic Positioning and Normal Anatomy
61. X-Ray Diagnosis
62. Methods of Interpretation
63. Specialized Imaging Procedures

Section X: Principles of Chiropractic

64. Evolution of Chiropractic Principles
65. Concepts of Subluxation and Spinal Lesions
66. Basic Science Concepts in Chiropractic
67. Applied Chiropractic Principles

Section XI: Chiropractic Practice

68. Spinal Analysis and Evaluation
69. Chiropractic Adjustive Technique
70. Case Management and Patient Education

Section XII: Associated Clinical Sciences

71. Gynecology and Obstetrics
72. Geriatrics
73. Psychology
74. Dermatology
75. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
76. Toxicology
77. Pediatrics
78. Emergency Procedures
79. Jurisprudence, Ethics, and Basic Economics