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BTK General Surgery Oral Board Audio Review 2022


Dominate the Oral Boards with BTK

Our oral board review course includes 92 scenarios that meticulously cover 115 SCORE core topics. Each scenario includes two parts. The first part is a perfectly executed oral board scenario that mimics the real thing. Scenarios are 5 to 7 minutes long and include a variety of tactics and styles. If you are able to achieve this level of performance in your preparation you are sure to pass the oral exam with flying colors. The second part introduces high-yield commentary to each scenario. This commentary includes tips and tricks to help you dominate the most challenging scenarios in addition to practical, easy-to-understand teaching that covers the most confusing topics we face as general surgeons. We are confident you will find this unique, dual format approach a highly effective way to prepare for the test.
User Reviews
“This was great. Having the ability to play in the car and on the go was perfect. I love that the cases were perfectly executed compared to other courses this was much less confusing. I like the real time feedback scenarios and being able to pause and take notes and resume. This was literally phenomenal. The value compared to others was amazing- so inexpensive compared to others yet better!”
“Brilliant format with exceptional commentary. The absolute BEST oral boards review out there!”
“Just felt compelled to message you that my wife and I (also a recent surgery graduate) exclusively used the BTK premium oral board prep for our recent oral boards and both passed easily. It was amazing and no other prep sources needed for us to pass. Thanks so much.”
“It is very helpful for my learning to hear oral boards scenarios with perfect answers. Listening to scenarios where the answer may not be correct and the examiner does not intervene makes me worried that I will learn incorrect information. BTKs format and approach is truly welcomed and is the best tool we have available.”
“BTK – Just waned to let you guys know that I recently passed my general surgery oral boards! The BTK premium content was worth every penny and contribute greatly to my success.”
“Just wanted to say your program was just what I needed to prepare for the oral boards. I felt confident going into the exam and passed my exam. The commentary during the scenarios were excellent! Keep up the excellent work!”

BTK General Surgery Oral Board Review

Table of ContentsPREVIEW
0 – IntroductionSTART
1A – Rectus Sheath HematomaSTART
1B – Rectus Sheath HematomaSTART
2A – Ventral HerniaSTART
2B – Ventral HerniaSTART
3A – Diaphragmatic Hiatal HerniaSTART
3B – Diaphragmatic Hiatal HerniaSTART
4A – Inguinal-Femoral HerniaSTART
4B – Inguinal-Femoral HerniaSTART
5A – Umbilical Hernia – CirrhoticSTART
5B – Umbilical Hernia – CirrhoticSTART
6A – Choledochal CystSTART
6B – Choledochal CystSTART
7A – Malignant BiliarySTART
7B – Malignant BiliarySTART
8A – Benign BiliarySTART
8B – Benign BiliarySTART
9A – Hepatic NeoplasmsSTART
9B – Hepatic NeoplasmsSTART
10A – Pancreatic NeoplasmSTART
10B – Pancreatic NeoplasmSTART
11A – Pancreatic AdenocarcinomaSTART
11B – Pancreatic AdenocarcinomaSTART
12A – Pancreatic Mass EndocrineSTART
12B – Pancreatic Mass EndocrineSTART
13A – PancreatitisSTART
13B – PancreatitisSTART
14A – Esophageal CancerSTART
14B – Esophageal CancerSTART
15A – Esophageal DysmotilitySTART
15B – Esophageal DysmotilitySTART
16A – Esophageal PerforationPREVIEW
16B – Esophageal PerforationPREVIEW
17A – Gastric CancerSTART
17B – Gastric CancerSTART
18A – Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor GISTSTART
18B – Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor GISTSTART
19A – Bariatric ComplicationsSTART
19B – Bariatric ComplicationsSTART
20A – Upper GI BleedSTART
20B – Upper GI BleedSTART
21A – Acute Mesenteric IschemiaPREVIEW
21B – Acute Mesenteric IschemiaPREVIEW
22A – Enterocutaneous FistulaSTART
22B – Eneterocutaneous FistulaSTART
23A – Small Bowel ObstructionSTART
23B – Small Bowel ObstructionSTART
24A – Colon CancerSTART
24B – Colon CancerSTART
25A – Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseSTART
25B – Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseSTART
26A – Ischemic ColitisSTART
26B – Ischemic ColitisSTART
27A – C DiffSTART
27B – C DiffSTART
28A – VolvulusSTART
28B – VolvulusSTART
29A – Lower GI BleedSTART
29B – Lower GI BleedSTART
30A – DiverticulitisSTART
30B – DiverticulitisSTART
31A – Acute AppendicitisSTART
31B – Acute AppendicitisSTART
32A – Rectal CancerSTART
32B – Rectal CancerSTART
33A – Anal CancerSTART
33B – Anal CancerSTART
34A – Anal FissureSTART
34B – Anal FissureSTART
35A – HemorrhoidsSTART
35B – HemorrhoidsSTART
36A – Perirectal AbscessSTART
36B – Perirectal AbscessSTART
37A – ColonoscopySTART
37B – ColonoscopySTART
38A – Ductal Carcinoma In SituSTART
38B – Ductal Carcinoma In SituSTART
39A – Breast AbscessSTART
39B – Breast AbscessSTART
40A – Breast Cancer in PregnancySTART
40B – Breast Cancer in PregnancySTART
41A – Breast MassSTART
41B – Breast MassSTART
42A – Inflammatory Breast CancerSTART
42B – Inflammatory Breast CancerSTART
43A – Intraductal PapillomaSTART
43B – Intraductal PapillomaSTART
44A – Lobular Carcinoma in SituSTART
44B – Lobular Carcinoma in SituSTART
45A – Breast CancerSTART
45B – Breast CancerSTART
46A – Incidental Adrenal MassSTART
46B – Incidental Adrenal MassSTART
47A – HyperparathyroidismSTART
47B – HyperparathyroidismSTART
48A – HyperthyroidismSTART
48B – HyperthyroidismSTART
49A – Thyroid CancerSTART
49B – Thyroid CancerSTART
50A – Thyroid NodulePREVIEW
50B – Thyroid NodulePREVIEW
51A – Adrenal CancerSTART
51B – Adrenal CancerSTART
52A – HyperaldosteronismSTART
52B – HyperaldosteronismSTART
53A – HypercortisolismSTART
53B – HypercortisolismSTART
54A – PheochromocytomaSTART
54B – PheochromocytomaSTART
55A – Multiple Endocrine NeoplasiaSTART
55B – Multiple Endocrine NeoplasiaSTART
56A – MelanomaSTART
56B – MelanomaSTART
57A – Necrotizing Soft Tissue InfectionSTART
57B – Necrotizing Soft Tissue InfectionSTART
58A – Pilonidal CystSTART
58B – Pilonidal CystSTART
59A – Cardiac ArrestSTART
59B – Cardiac ArrestSTART
60A – Cardiac ArrhythmiaSTART
60B – Cardiac ArrhythmiaSTART
61A – Liver FailureSTART
61B – Liver FailureSTART
62A – Neurogenic Shock and DeleriumSTART
62B – Neurogenic Shock and DeleriumSTART
63A – Renal FailureSTART
63B – Renal FailureSTART
64A – SepsisSTART
64B – SepsisSTART
66A – Vascular Neck InjurySTART
66B – Vascular Neck InjurySTART
67A – Vascular Abdomen InjurySTART
67B – Abdominal Vascular InjurySTART
68A – Lower Extremity Vascular InjurySTART
68B – Lower Extremity Vascular InjurySTART
69A – Cardiac TraumaPREVIEW
69B – Cardiac TraumaPREVIEW
70A – Duodenum and Pancreas TraumaSTART
70B – Duodenum and Pancreas TraumaSTART
71A – Esophagus and Trachea Trauma EmpyemaSTART
71B – Esophagus and Trachea Trauma EmpyemaSTART
72A – Liver TraumaSTART
72B – Liver TraumaSTART
73A – Pelvic Trauma PneumothoraxSTART
73B – Pelvic Trauma PneumothoraxSTART
74A – Pregnant TraumaSTART
74B – Pregnant TraumaSTART
75A – Rectal Bladder Urethral and Kidney TraumaSTART
75B – Rectal Bladder Urethral and Kidney TraumaSTART
76A – Spleen Trauma Geriatric Trauma Brain DeathSTART
76B – Spleen Trauma Geriatric Trauma Brain DeathSTART
77A – BurnSTART
77B – BurnSTART
78A – Acute Limb IschemiaSTART
78B – Acute Limb IschemiaSTART
79A – Carotid StenosisSTART
79B – Carotid StenosisSTART
80A – Chronic Limb Threatening IschemiaSTART
80B – Chronic Limb Threatening IschemiaSTART
81A – Chronic Venous InsufficiencySTART
81B – Chronic Venous InsufficiencySTART
82A – Venous ThromboembolismSTART
82B – Venous ThromboembolismSTART
83A – Vascular AccessSTART
83B – Vascular AccessSTART
84A – Abdominal Mass PediatricsSTART
84B – Abdominal Mass PediatricsSTART
85A – Appendicitis PediatricsSTART
85B – Appendicitis PediatricsSTART
86A – Inguinal Hernia PediatricsSTART
86B – Inguinal Hernia PediatricsSTART
87A – Intussusception PediatricsSTART
87B – Intussusception PediatricsSTART
88A – Malrotation PediatricsSTART
88B – Malrotation PediatricsSTART
89A – Meckel_s Diverticulum PediatricsSTART
89B – Meckel_s Diverticulum PediatricsSTART
90A – Pyloric Stenosis PediatricsSTART
90B – Pyloric Stenosis PediatricsSTART
91A – Umbilical Hernia PediatricsSTART
91B – Umbilical Hernia PediatricsSTART
92A – Ectopic PregnancySTART
92B – Ectopic PregnancySTART
Continuous Play – Episodes 1-10START
Continuous Play – Episodes 11-20START
Continuous Play – Episodes 21-30START
Continuous Play – Episodes 31-40START
Continuous Play – Episodes 41-50START
Continuous Play – Episodes 51-60START
Continuous Play – Episodes 61-70START
Continuous Play – Episodes 71-80START
Continuous Play – Episodes 81-92START