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BHSL Guide: NBDE Part II
BHSL's NBDE II guide contains carefully selected resources to help you successfully prepare for the exam.
Access the Oral Dx/ Pathology/ Radiology tab from the guide to review a list of ADA and BHSL recommended reference titles to consult while studying.
College of Dentistry Course Reserves
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TAMCoD 2015 - 2016 Course Reserves
This guide contains links to required and recommended textbooks, supplemental materials instructors have placed on reserve and NBDE board review materials.
An Introduction to the Library's Resources and Services
BoardVitals offers over 1,000 review questions and detailed explanations for the National Board Dental Exam I and over 800 questions for the National Board Dental Exam II. Questions are written to be challenging and cover both the basic science and dental components tested in NBDE I and material specific to the NBDE II.
Get Started with BoardVitals by Registering for an Account
• Register for an account with your @tamhsc.edu email address here.
• Click the signup button and the system will send a validation e-mail.
• Check your e-mail and click on the validation link in the e-mail.
• Once registered for an account, you may log in to the resource here.
*Note: If you have already registered for an account, simply log in here.*
LexiComp Online Dentistry: A Resource for Students
LexiComp Online Dentistry
includes sections devoted to Oral Soft Tissue Diseases
as well as Oral Hard Tissue Diseases
.The database highlights evidence-based diagnosis, treatment planning, and accepted modalities. Over 400 drawings and four-color photographs are included.
PubMed Commons: A Forum for Scientific Discourse
PubMed Commons enables authors to share opinions and information about scientific publications in PubMed
Diagnostic Sciences Liaison
Course Support for Dx Sciences Instructors
The Library can work with faculty to develop guides specifically tailored to connect students to information relevant to their coursework. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn more.
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