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  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:41AM on 04/13/18
    Orthobullets app on ipad currently appears to be just iphone app. any plans for formal ipad app?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:03AM on 04/01/18
    Would be helpful to have a list of core, high yield articles listed at the end of each topic. This would make it easier to review relevant literature as opposed to having to go through the questions to find these papers. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:26PM on 03/27/18
    My score jumped 57 points from my PGY-2 to PGY-3 program using the 365-day study plan alone.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:05PM on 03/04/18
    I would just like to thank the orthoteam, on February 24 I presented my certification exam in Mexico and got a passing grade. This is a tool that helped me a lot in this exam, so I congratulate you for this work. I hope you continue working on the application and at some point we can use it in several languages. Thank you very much
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    Anonymous commented at 10:38AM on 03/02/18
    That's why I love orthobullets! Where is a site that allows you a discussion like that? Specific and stimulating opinions and advice from colleagues prepared that bring rich evidence of literature?
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    Anonymous commented at 5:07PM on 03/01/18
    Thank you all for all of your hard work in making this one of the single most useful online resources probably across all medical subspecialties. Thank you also for updating with new features.

    I do have a "wish list" item that I wonder might be feasible. I find that as I am doing questions I wish that I could "collect" journal article references for easier reference later. I wonder if it is possible as part of user profiles to be able to save references (even just PMIDs and abstracts if not full-text, as that would certainly be more complicated) to a user "library" of references. It would be great to be able to organize folders by subspecialty/topic etc.

    Anyway, just a thought to further enhance what is already an outstanding product: user reference "libraries".


    Thank you!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:39PM on 02/08/18
    Thanks for this great site
    Kindly if Uluru can make the capacity of personal created test to be up to 280 NOT 250 .
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 4:15PM on 02/05/18
    i have problem , I have VC member and i can not get Study Plan ??
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:36AM on 01/30/18
    thank you for your part of my daily routine
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:37PM on 12/08/17
    I have been a Member of Ortho Bullets for past few years.It helped me in achieving my FRCS Trauma & Othopaedics and EBOT.I sincerly thank you all the Ortho bullets team.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:38PM on 10/03/17
    Love the new highlighting feature. It would be awesome if we could highlight pages while viewing on an ipad browser to get more of a "book feel"
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:03AM on 09/04/17
    I used this as my primary study source for ABOS Part I and scored in the 96th percentile. Thanks for you assistance.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:45PM on 07/14/17
    I just got my scores back on the 2017 Spine MOC exam and I scored 86% (66th percentile). Passing was 67%. I studied exclusively using the Orthobullets 60 day Spine MOC review. It was dead on as to the range of subject topics covered, the type of questions, and the computer format. The format of studying one topic each night and the subject matter review exams timing was perfect in my study schedule. I went through the information twice and was glad I did on the exam. I cannot recommend this highly enough if you are studying for the Spine specific MOC exams.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:28AM on 07/06/17
    Big fan of the "tracking your progress" feature with the vertical lines on the left side of each subject title. Helpful to have the 0-100% progression clicks as well. Lets me know where I'm at and what I have yet to review.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:41AM on 07/06/17
    I'm having trouble seeing images in topics on in the website when logged in on an iPad. Clicking the camera icon does not hold them up as it used to
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:34PM on 06/19/17
    Today managed to pass my specialty exams. Your help was unmeasurable. You managed to give me high quality studying material a schedule to read and so many more.
    Thank you !!!!!!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:04PM on 05/29/17
    Dear orthobullet team
    Thank you for your great website
    I have a problem that In creating personal test and using the questions, I choose unused questions
    but the unused questions is zero!
    Also if I have a set of questions in Personal Test and if I return back to the set after some time will not show up
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:58PM on 05/22/17
    Enormous gratitude to orthobullets team for doing an unmatched job for ortho community worldwide.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:26PM on 05/15/17
    I can't thank you enough for this site. This is my starting point for researching almost everything. It gives me great focused information and points me in the right direction for looking up additional information. I love the images and article references. I use this site on a regular basis to help me with everyday practice issues. Keep up the good work.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:51AM on 05/11/17
    A topical of surgical skin prep would be wonderful
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:36PM on 04/17/17
    It is really getting No.1 textbook of orthopedics world wide
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:52AM on 04/12/17
    wonderful educationable site
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:26PM on 04/11/17
    Excellent site not only for exams but also for practising surgeons as it
    helps in updating our knowledge with recent evidences. Thanks
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:49AM on 04/11/17
    thank you for this great site
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:51PM on 04/10/17
    Excellent site and study plan. I will be using this for the years to come. Very well put together. MOC General 89-Day Study Plan.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:48PM on 04/10/17
    I thid the MOC Recon 89-Day Study Plan (with Genreal). I enjoyed learning in a concise way, lots of information reviewed. A great review. I cannot think of anything I would change.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:46PM on 04/10/17
    I think the MOC Recon 60-day Study plan was awesome.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:08PM on 04/08/17
    I just took the 2017 Spine MOC and your 65 day Spine Study Plan is dead on. There were at least 20-40 questions on the MOC exam that were directly represented in your material that I was prepared for by your study plan questions. The basic science statistics section has several questions directly on the MOC. The pathology section was dead on as well. The trauma, degenerative spine, and pediatric sections were well represented as well. Your format is easy to use and is structured perfectly for a thorough review of spine surgery. Your review thoroughly prepared me to take this test and there were no questions that I was clueless on, which is unusual for ABOS exams and me. I could narrow almost every question to 2 answers and on many I jumped to the exact answer due to having seen it in your review. I have been an Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon for 14 years and this is hands down the best I've been prepared for a standardized ABOS exam and it is all due to you superb exam preparation course. Thank you!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:52PM on 04/06/17
    The 2017 MOC Spine 60 Day Study Plan is the best plan I have ever taken and I feel better prepared than I have been in the last 3 years!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:50PM on 04/06/17
    LOVE THE SITE: EDUCATIONAL AND FUN. Even the dogs enjoy it! With the excellent mobile app, I can walk the parks and study simultaneously. THANKS.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:53PM on 03/28/17
    GREAT!!!! You people should rule the world!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:45PM on 02/28/17
    I have a problem in picture opening over this site ..is it a problem of my PC or a common problem ?? thank you
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    Anonymous commented at 1:52PM on 02/28/17
    Amazon has reported. We are investigating increased error rates for Amazon S3 requests in the US-EAST-1 Region.

    We’re continuing to work to remediate the availability issues for Amazon S3 in US-EAST-1. AWS services and customer applications depending on S3 will continue to experience high error rates as we are actively working to remediate the errors in Amazon S3."
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:51PM on 02/28/17
    It looks like Amazon Web Services is down, causing problems with our issue. It is a country wide event. We are waiting for Amazon fix this.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:34PM on 02/28/17
    Ok thanks :-)
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:27PM on 02/28/17
    Ok thanks :-)
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:14PM on 02/28/17
    We will fix shortly.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:05PM on 02/28/17
    Anyone having problems viewing the images/radiographs?
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:59AM on 02/27/17
    Dear Team i suggest if you could add possibility of question seen button , in addition to tag button
    to know the seen questions even if not important, now i have to tag all questions even if not important in order to know my progress and seen questions
    bestrgards
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:34PM on 11/17/16
    Great Site!
    I suggest adding an option to add personal notes on questions, to read a summary later on..
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:29PM on 11/08/16
    Hello Derek,
    For some reason when you start rolling the page it takes you to the searching box for searching ! This is a new technical problem wasn't there before!!
    Thank you for your assistance!!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:09PM on 10/23/16
    Thank you for your great efforts. Could you please add a way to show the subjects inside every dashboard?
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:02PM on 10/22/16
    Hi, I am practising for MCQ exam, I am trying to use unused questions, unfortunately, in most of tests, lot of repeatition is occuring. In this way, I wont be sure, when I am going to get all available mcq done. Can you help, please!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:07PM on 10/21/16
    good
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 4:18PM on 10/21/16
    The SAE questions seem to need a lot of editing, between old answers, answers that make no sense to the question, incomplete questions...there seems to be a lot that are NOT ready for use.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:15PM on 10/20/16
    excellent work.. its more than a charity to the academic lovers.. hats off to the hands behind..
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:02PM on 10/20/16
    Thanks for all your efforts.

    vert nice work.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 9:33AM on 10/19/16
    app is excellent on my pc but very bad on my iPhone device the old one is better on my iPhone and is better than iPhone app
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:06PM on 10/18/16
    Regarding the App.
    One major disadvantage is that when you are in a topic and you go to another App on ur mobile then come back to Orthobullets App, it does a REFRESH to the current page by itself and sometimes it brings you to the HOME page!!

    Hope this will be fixed :)

    Again,, thanks for all your efforts,,
    Orthobullets is still amazing,, it does not matter what version you use :)
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:58AM on 10/18/16
    Thanks for all your efforts.

    1- I think the TOPICS are better to be placed on the top HORIZONTAL bar like the previous version so we can access any chapter with a single click without the need to click on the Topic ,, then chose the chapter. The Topics are more important than the cases, post, videos...ect

    2- The Approach topic has been removed from the main topics and moved to the technique ,, which I think hard to find. Its better to put the Approach as a main topic like the old version.

    Thanks
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:37AM on 10/18/16
    Zach, we are updating the Create Test page so you an sort by

    Source (Orthobullets Free, Virtual Curriculum, AAOS SAE Questions) x State (Used, Unused, Used and Incorrect, Tagged).

    We new that was the best design, but pushed as is to get the questions up before the OITE.

    That functionality should be ready in a week or two.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:35AM on 10/18/16
    Anonymous, the new web version is not meant for the phone. Please download the app for use on a mobile phone.

    itunes.apple.com/us/app/bullets*/id1046432285

    play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orthobullets.Bullets
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:30AM on 10/18/16
    I like the old formate better. It was more phone friendly. New version is terrible
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 9:44PM on 10/17/16
    AAOS SAE questions aren't counted in the unused category. It's difficult to reduce the unused to 0 due to this.

    Unless this is due to the influx of new questions that I am seeing.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:52PM on 10/17/16
    Nyambati,

    We have an App on both android and itunes. They are 100% the best way to use the site on a phone. Here are the links.

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bullets*/id1046432285

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orthobullets.Bullets
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:43PM on 10/17/16
    simple to use and very fluid thank you for the improvement
    is it possible to have a phone application for the same
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:10PM on 10/17/16
    i think i liked the old navigation bar better. it was very simple, less dynamic, but better overall. thanks
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 4:18PM on 10/16/16
    branch of approaches is not present
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:09PM on 10/15/16
    please we are in need for abbreviation list to search in, or make the abbreviation with different color and when we click on it appear.
    thanks all.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:49PM on 10/15/16
    https://www.orthobullets.com/recon/5006/hip-osteonecrosis?expandLeftMenu=true
    I noticed that the modified ficat staging system not compatible with my review of orthopaedic by Mark D. Miller
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:48PM on 10/15/16
    Thank you for your efforts

    Please can you add Highlight so we can revise important notes in the future
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:56PM on 10/14/16
    good
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:43AM on 10/14/16
    THANKS FOR ALL EFFORTS TO UPDATE & IMPROVE THIS WELL INFORMATIVE SITE
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 9:00AM on 10/14/16
    congrats for the new interface >>
    not so much comments ...
    - spelling mistakes still should be revised allover
    - bring back the date of latest update >> feels more confidence for us :D
    - many exam tests could be supplied in a .gif format rather than video with external link >> would be better for sure
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:30PM on 10/13/16
    We brought back high yield. It is on the top of the menu on the left.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 8:22PM on 10/13/16
    Please bring back the high yield topic menu. It really helps guide my exam revision!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:28PM on 10/12/16
    thanks for your effort,
    i can't see the main menuin the left side when open the site through mobile
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:58AM on 10/12/16
    we need pictures in the techniques steps
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 9:43PM on 10/11/16
    Please allow us to scroll through images of a topic or question using the left and right keys as before.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:29AM on 10/11/16
    Overall, the recent update is a good improvement. My main concern is that the testmaster test responses is not color-blind friendly when the answer choices are displaced with grey, green and red, making it very challenging to discern the correct answer. Is there a way to modify this feature?
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:47PM on 10/10/16
    The zoom feature for images is by default less zoom- if the mouse wheel is scrolled in either direction.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:07PM on 10/10/16
    THANKS FOR ALL EFFORTS TO UPDATE & IMPROVE THIS WELL INFORMATIVE SITE
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:37AM on 10/10/16
    There is some problems with picture transition and use of the site for different topics as easily as it was before. I think there was no need to change.one thing i want to know whether contents are modified or reduced as it was very useful before. Better if orthobullets becomes as before.
    Thanks
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:33AM on 10/10/16
    we are working to make the iphone app available on the ipad. You can actually download it by adjusting search to include iphone app.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:37PM on 10/09/16
    1) I am unable to transition quickly between pictures by clicking the arrows on my iPad (I could do that before)
    2) I really wish there was an app for the iPad.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:55PM on 10/09/16
    Thanks for all
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:44PM on 10/09/16
    Sprengel's Deformity topic... reviewer comment is visible to public under "Associated diseases".
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:40PM on 10/09/16
    Very fantastic
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:38PM on 10/09/16
    Very fantastic
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:17PM on 10/09/16
    I love ortho bullets - the site is amazing.
    As an idea for improvement - if there was a way that each user could highlight content (i.e. after signing in) and the site would remember what was highlighted for that user. Eventually, users could even add notes/post-its for themselves (i.e. like this was their own set of notes). This would allow me to personalize the content and improve its yield.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:12AM on 10/09/16
    I don't know how to thank you all, it was a dream for me to find such great source for studying in an elegant and interactive way.

    I some times have ideas, videos, illustration, .... I see that it should be incorporated in text, and do not know if we can communicate with the author to explain our idea in a clear interactive way.

    I hope for all abbreviations to see the full text when the mouse comes over it, it will help us a lot.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:26AM on 10/09/16
    Very nice design.
    Some problems with opening photos.
    Word size is small hurts the eye when reading.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:13AM on 10/09/16
    I have access to the virtual curriculum, am logged in, but can never see the virtual curriculum questions when browsing topics. Can you please make these questions view-able when browsing the topics for virtual curriculum members?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:11AM on 10/09/16
    I don't know how to thank you all, it was a dream for me to find such great source for studying in an elegant and interactive way.

    I some times have ideas, videos, illustration, .... I see that it should be incorporated in text, and do not know if we can communicate with the author to explain our idea in a clear interactive way.

    I hope for all abbreviations to see the full text when the mouse comes over it, it will help us a lot.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:42PM on 10/08/16
    Don, the new site is not rendered yet to look good on a mobile phone. We will improve the looks on the phone and ipad in coming week.s

    HOWEVER, WITHOUT QUESTION, If you are on a phone, 100% you should be using the native APP. It makes navigation on a phone much much faster.

    Here are the links to the APP.
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bullets*/id1046432285
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orthobullets.Bullets
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:39PM on 10/08/16
    Hello Orthobullets Team,
    Thank you for this marvellous website!

    1 The primary aim of this site, to "bullet" the ortho- knowledge, actually these bullets are absent in many place and topics when use chrome-explorer on my phone to be mobile friendly.

    2 I want the pics to fill the screen when I open them
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:44PM on 10/08/16
    Keep the feedback coming. We are making these changes rapidly. So far to meet requests we have 1) added high-yield topic to left menu -in addition to mastery dashboard 2) we have made it so the topic menu on the left is always open by default 3) we have adding the question timer back (the one that counts up for each question) 4) bunch of other minor fixes.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:37AM on 10/08/16
    another comment...
    >> the next and back for images does not work with the keyboard arrow- buttons !!
    >> the date the subject was lastly updated is not available .... though; it has been used to be former.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:12AM on 10/07/16
    why don't you transform most of videos to "gif" format photos in order not to change the platform and redirecting to the video?
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 4:44PM on 10/06/16
    Hello Orthobullets team,
    I have passed my EBOT 2016 exam in Lisbon. Orthobullets has been an invaluable asset for studying. Thank you deeply for creating this marvellous and top professional educational site and for your expedient and knowledge-laden answers to questions and comments posed. I know I shall use the site regularly in the future, too. All the best!
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:51PM on 10/05/16
    regards
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:57PM on 10/05/16
    Ahmad,

    Email us at info@orthobullets.com indicating the plan you'd like, we'd be happy to help you get started.

    Sincerely,
    Team Orthobullets
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:38AM on 10/05/16

    I have purchased a Study Plan in the last 12 months ,how to access any other Study Plan
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:58PM on 10/04/16
    Matthew,

    In the meantime use the arrow on the top of the menu on the left to expand/collapse everything in the left menu.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 11:51PM on 10/04/16
    Matthew,

    Solid feedback. Your feedback helped us identify a defect that we will fix.

    OB had to try to evolve, with comments like this we can try to make improvements, and not ruin the stuff that worked.

    When we did our user testing, people wanted to get to the menu on the left just as fast as they did with the old site. Namely one click. We tried to preserve that.

    Try this and see it it work. Lets use the example Rotator Cuff Tear topic.

    1. Hoover over "Topics"
    2. Click Sports
    3. Make sure menu on left is open with < three dots. (based on this feedback we will make sure it is always open when you get here via the "Topic" main menu.
    4. Use the arrow on the topic to expand all the chapters.

    HERE IS A DEFECT/IMPROVEMENT THAT YOU HELPED US IDENTIFY. By default currently all the Chapter are collapsed, so you have to open them to find your topic. WE WILL CHANGE IT SO MENU ON LEFT IS OPEN BY DEFAULT (this should be live Thursday morning).

    2) Using the "Topic" main menu hoover we felt it was almost as fast as having the specialties across the bottom. Even fast for "pathology" because you don't have to go across the page.

    I would love to get your feedback once we have those improvements live.



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    Anonymous commented at 10:41PM on 10/04/16
    Two navigation issues with the new site.

    1) When I click on a topic, "sports" for example, I can't see the individual topics on the left hand menu. Say I want to see "rotator cuff tears". On old site I landed on the splash page then hit "sports", scrolled and hit "rotator cuff tears" and was at my destination. Now, I hit the splash page, navigate through a drop down menu, land on the sports page, go over to the left hand tool bar, navigate through another drown down menu, click again and finally I have made it to "rotator cuff tears". And thats the ideal scenario when I actually knew what sub-heading the topic that I want is listed under. If I didn't know exactly how the individual topic I wanted was classified/organized I would have to waste a bunch of time looking through endless dropdown menus.

    2)Requires extra mouse clicks to get to the main subject pages, "sports" "spine" "trauma". Having the topics arranged at the top of the page was an advantage because it allowed quicker navigation. Any improvement that requires more time to navigate to where I want to go is no improvement in my book.

    Bottom line is this, it now takes me longer to do the same exact task I was doing earlier today on this site and that is incredibly annoying.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 8:12PM on 10/04/16
    Anonymous, we love to hear that after working hard on it. The site was sampled extensively with resident focus groups and we had essentially ubiquitous agreement that while there would be a learning curve, overall it was a significant improvement.

    Please please please take the time to explain what you dont like about it so we can address it.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:04PM on 10/04/16
    This new website sucks.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 8:01AM on 10/02/16
    I have purchased a Study Plan in the last 12 months ,how to access any other Study Plan
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:11PM on 09/30/16
    how do I delete members from a group?
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 12:12AM on 09/30/16
    Jeff, thanks pubmed made some changes to their linking system. We are working on fixing the problem now.

    Pubmed: "Starting Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM EDT..., we intend to permanently redirect all web traffic from http to https. We are making this switch a few days before the deadline so that we have the rest of the week to deal with any problems that occur"
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    Anonymous commented at 2:23PM on 09/27/16
    link to pub med no longer working
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:28PM on 09/17/16
    ABDULKARIM BAWADY commented on 5:56PM 09/17/16
    Please I want mcqs and Emqs for frcs
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 2:28PM on 09/16/16
    Mithun, we've double checked to make sure you've been added to this study plan and you're good to go. Expect your first email tomorrow morning and email us with any further questions - info@orthobullets.com.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 7:29PM on 09/15/16
    Hi i am Mithun,i just purchased the the OITE 2016 study plan.May i know am i added into the study plan?
    I have not received any email so far.
    thank you.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:54PM on 09/15/16
    Hi Derek, As I'm sure you know, the spine exam is changing to 150 spine only questions for the next MOC test, does your current spine review sufficiently cover this testing, and/or are you reconfiguring this for the next test cycle. Enjoy your product.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 1:10PM on 09/11/16
    I just took the Hand CAQ and I wanted to take a moment to let you know how invaluable Orthobullets has been - it’s been my regimen in between OR cases for the last 2 months! Kudos to you and your team.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:13PM on 09/05/16
    Venkat, Ok I will have our engineering look into this. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:07AM on 09/05/16
    Dr Moore,
    I am facing a new problem of uploading images. Whenever I upload an image I see that it appears either flipped or rotated. If I were to correct the said error by flipping the original, I find this does not rectify the issue. Please help. Thank you and Best Regards,
    Venkat Swaminathan
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    Anonymous commented at 8:38AM on 08/23/16
    Hi. How do I ensure I have done all the questions in a subject area? If I set up a personal test in testmaster it restricts me to 250 questions. If I then setup another test for the remainder questions they are duplicates from the previous one. thank you in anticipation of your help. Peter
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 4:42PM on 08/22/16
    Dr Derek.Please why case 2656 not posted up to now?Our colleagues comments were very helpful for us .thank you.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 3:13PM on 08/17/16
    How do I access the pubmed articles linked to the daily topics?
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 10:20PM on 08/16/16
    Ehab, our customer service team will reach out to you to see what is wrong.
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 6:52PM on 08/15/16
    why i dont have the whole bank questions inspite of being active meber and paid for a year
  • user
    Anonymous commented at 5:44PM on 08/07/16
    Any chance of adding an online Purchasing Services one to one oral mock exams , by skype or any other tools through the orthobullets team. It would be great as part of the board exam preparation.
    Appreciate your consideration!
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    Anonymous commented at 3:25AM on 07/24/16
    ز
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    Anonymous commented at 5:48PM on 07/20/16
    Got my scores back from my MOC exam...I have never tested well and was quite concerned about this my third recertification. Orthobullets was my main tool but I did take the AAOS review eastern course also. Passed in the 96%ile which is BY FAR the highest score I've ever gotten on boards. Thanks for the big boost up!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:51PM on 07/19/16
    so far a lot of great info!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:17PM on 07/02/16

    I passed and I know that the organized ortho bullets syllabus was a major aid. I would like to remind you that two of the ethics questions are simply wrong, and they should be corrected. Receiving pain medication is not a contraindication to an informed consent , no differently than the common practice of obtain a consent with a patient who has consumed alcohol.

    Life and limb threatening surgery must be performed in an unconscious patient and the surgeon simply needs to document the necessity in the medical record. Waiting to obtain a second opinion is neither medically wise or legally necessary
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    Anonymous commented at 5:53PM on 06/24/16
    Very happy with questions here. Excellent MOC general ortho prep.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:16PM on 06/23/16
    This is a great site. Passed U.S. MOC this year! Very pleased with the information and got me prepared for the total number of questions that are in the test. Will definitely pass this site onto colleagues and friends alike!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:38PM on 06/14/16
    Derek. I just found out about the MOC test changes for sports. I have a solid 50% sports practice. Do you have any thoughts as to whether it will be easier (less time consuming) to prepare for and pass the sports test versus the general board MOC? Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:55PM on 06/09/16
    Yes, we are figuring out how we are going to change our Study Plans to accommodate the new changes put forth by the ABOS. As of now, I would do the current study plans but focus on the sports topics. I personally think we can all benefit from keeping some of our general knowledge up to date.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:23AM on 06/09/16
    Hi Derek! Now that the re-certification exam for combined sports/general boards will consist of sports questions only, will there be an updated 2016 sports MOC Study Plan?
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    Anonymous commented at 3:57AM on 06/05/16
    Email notifications are not being sent my email id if someone replies to my comments on the comment section. I think this problem is a recent one because previosly I was getting regular notifications. Please check.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:38AM on 06/02/16
    Why is the Subspecialty of Shoulder/Elbow not represented on Orthobullets?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:31PM on 05/29/16
    I have it on pretty good authority that the ABOS has FINALLY decided to allow sub specialists in Orthopedics to take specialty tests for recertification. I am practice exclusively pediatric orthopedics - so this is great news that I don't have to take precious time from my practice to update my knowledge on total joint arthroplasty....

    That said - in attempting to keep up my MOC requirements - I took two self assessment exams this weekend

    1 was from the AAOS website - it was pricey and the questions were misleading, poorly constructed and esoteric. There was very little in that test that actually pertained to my practice. It was also pretty heavily weighted towards scoliosis.

    The other one was your test which I found exactly on point. The questions were clearly worded and certainly could have identified areas where practitioners could focus their efforts to brush up.

    Thanks for the great website - I look forward to taking another self assessment exam.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:24AM on 05/27/16
    The group test is a good way to send a test to multiple persons but is it possible to send the test code to a group instead of colleagues?
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    Anonymous commented at 2:05AM on 05/26/16
    Just wanted to enquire about 2 statements in the Brachial Plexus Injuries page.
    1) Under 'Classification' - lesions suggesting preganglionic injury', the last item under clinical indicators is "latissimus dorsi (thoracodorsal)". I think that must be an inadvertent error (thoracodorsal N is a branch of the posterior cord before it terminates in Axillary & Radial Ns....so is quite far away from the roots of the plexus.
    2) Under 'Studies - Nerve action potential (NAPs)', this distinguishing dichotomy is stated:
    "can detect reinnervation months before EMG:
    NAP negative-neuropraxic lesion
    NAP positive- axonotmetic lesion"

    I think the word neuropraxic is a typo/phonemic error; shouldn't it be 'neurotmetic'? Neuropraxia is the mildest grade of injury in Seddon's classification, and won't display worse NAP recovery than 'axonotmesis'. However, neurotmesis is more severe than axonotmesis, and so can be expected to lack NAP recovery compared with axonotmesis.
    Take care.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:37PM on 05/22/16
    David, good idea. I will ask the engineers. It should be possible.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:25PM on 05/22/16
    Any chance of keeping the "mark-ups" (lined out answer choice/"tagged" questions) from when doing the test to when doing the review? These strike throughs/tagged questions do not appear when reviewing the test after score is submitted. I know the tagged question can alternatively be located in the Qbank under that subheading. I think it would help if during the review of answers you can see what you "eliminated" or flagged while answering the question during the test. Appreciate the consideration.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:27PM on 05/21/16
    I just want to ask why there are missing questions in q bank of each subject. .. I mean it is written that there are for example 7 questions but you mention only five
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    Anonymous commented at 7:17PM on 04/26/16
    Passed my FRCS T+O in February this year. Orthobullets was a massive part of my life for the last year - thank you to all contributors, incredible up to date and free resource. Keep up the good work ! Cheers - Andy, UK
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    Anonymous commented at 2:27PM on 04/26/16
    How do I download my CME/SAE certificate for my completed exams???
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    Anonymous commented at 1:31PM on 04/17/16
    Android is going through testing now. Should be available by May 15th.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:57AM on 04/17/16
    The site is great, thanks for the iPhone app, but please add an android app too, we need it, thanks a lot...
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    Anonymous commented at 8:29PM on 04/12/16
    Thank you for an outstanding website. I just took the Orthopaedic recert exam and felt that Orthobullets helped tremendously.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:42PM on 04/04/16
    After finishing a Test would be nice to see what your average is compared to everyone else who did those questions.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:22PM on 04/01/16
    Thank you so much for creating this stunning und unique resource of orthopaedic knowledge! Absolutely fantastic! Keep up the good work!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:18PM on 04/01/16
    I joined but can't figure out how to get to the site now.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:16AM on 03/28/16
    This is a wonderful site. It must take prodigious amounts of time and effort keeping its standards up, and no praise is too high for it. Thank you, gentlemen and ladies of Orthobullets, for your selfless and invaluable work.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:10AM on 03/15/16
    What a cracking resource!!
    The Dog's Bullets of orthopaedics
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    Anonymous commented at 1:48PM on 03/13/16
    May I just say what a fantastic resource you have built this website to be! Can't imagine a life without or before it!!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:03PM on 03/12/16
    I am a windows phone user. Do you have or will you be developing a windows mobile (10) app?
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    Anonymous commented at 7:45AM on 03/11/16
    Interdigital (Morton's) Neuroma common location is 3rd and 4th wed space noted in miller , but in otrho bullets is 2nd and 3rd........thanks.....
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    Anonymous commented at 6:20PM on 03/04/16
    why are topics not written by specialists in that subspecialty. For example trauma surgeons writing about orthopedic oncology
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    Anonymous commented at 11:56PM on 03/03/16
    I am very happy in using orthobullet.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:19AM on 02/27/16
    always evolving, useful, serious, tutorials, organized.when you will add create new case icon on ios?
    because patiens are coming when we at policlinic or emergency.if cases could instantly upload them to your site from the phone's camera its will be perfect.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:58PM on 02/19/16
    Hi
    this is the wonderful site to learn about orthopaedic. Please keep up the good work. I like this site a lot. i am sure it will help most of the doctors.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:24AM on 02/15/16
    Hello
    At first I would say thank you for your website..It is so wonderful
    I have a suggestion that make an official app for mobile such as android,IOS.....etc
    to use your website on mobile easily
    thank you verymuch
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    Anonymous commented at 1:49AM on 02/09/16
    I just want to thank orthobullet team for making such wonderful site.I was the backbone of my preparation during FET16 (fellowship entrance test)conducted by NBE(national board of examination) India.I successfully qualified in exam with good rank.thanks a lot.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:59AM on 02/05/16
    Thank you for putting the anatomy pictures back on - I revise that section every morning on the train to work! It is a great help!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:50PM on 01/30/16
    Dr. Balaravindran, try click this link.

    https://www.orthobullets.com/user/11
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    Anonymous commented at 10:24AM on 01/30/16
    Previosly there was an option to see all the comments which I have posted in various topics. How do I access that option now?
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    Anonymous commented at 4:52PM on 01/14/16
    Hello,
    I am a new member. I am looking for info about imaging tests. I am interested in knowing which test (MRI vs XR vs CT scan, echo-doppler, blood tests, etc)is the most indicated to identify a certain type of lesion (fx, soft tissue inflammation, vascular disease, brain injury, metabolic disease, etc)and why (advantages and disadvantages of the tests). Does anybody know whether I can find anything like that in orthobullets? Can anybody share relevant documents? Thanks!
    Angela
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    Anonymous commented at 5:44AM on 01/13/16
    Dear Friends
    I miss the anatomy illustrations of the leg. They must be under construction...

    Thank you
    Gregor
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    Anonymous commented at 12:06AM on 01/06/16
    This has been a great experience in learning and functionality. Kudos!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:39PM on 12/22/15
    I would like to thank you and your entire team for the useful information under the relevant headings for each topic and Q & A bank at the end. Your site is amazingly helpful! Also, the explanation in the "preferred response" gives an instant explanation with relevant analysis and critical reasoning. Thank you for making Orthobullets possible. Please continue with good work and if possible regularly update the website with more questions as evidence-based practice keeps evolving with current trends in field of Orthopedics.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:52AM on 12/09/15
    Android is under development. Maybe 2-3 months.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:15AM on 12/08/15
    Recently i saw an Orthobullet application in iphone. I am an Android phone user.If orthobullet make an application for android phone aswell, it would be really helpful to all those who use android devices..
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    Anonymous commented at 3:07AM on 12/04/15
    Just topped the recent PBO diplomate exam last October2015. Orthobullets has been my number 1 source of information during my preparation for that test. And the Qbank tests helped alot in conditioning my mindset on time management as well as on what important things on a certain topic must I understand.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:09PM on 11/26/15
    There needs to be a not applicable at this time option for some of the steps for the procedures - due to different attending preferences - in order to get the feedback on the portions of the procedures we do - the order seems way to arbitrary - we need to be able to select " each aspect regardless of its level designation. Otherwise it is not accurate. an attending may not give you the approach , but then since you have prepared , you get the fixation or reduction or closure etc. it needs to be able to be chosen in the skills section regardless of the level. Please address this . It will allow for much more accurate records of actual skills ...
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    Anonymous commented at 5:30PM on 11/21/15
    There needs to be a non cemented hip hemiarthroplasty in the milestones procedures - thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 10:51PM on 11/11/15
    the touchpad zoom feature is really annoying, way too sensitive and is inadvertently activated too often. the plus minus buttons are more than enough, would recommend eliminating the touchpad part all together.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:26AM on 11/02/15
    Thanks for orthobullet team,can you post topics on arthroplasty other than hip and knee joints.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:38AM on 10/29/15
    The EBOT 2015 study plan got me through my specialty exams with flying colors! Thank you orthobullets!
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    Anonymous commented at 1:34PM on 10/27/15
    It would be great if we are able to highlight the salient points as we read and also make our own notes on the web-page. It would help us get more out of studying it. Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 1:25AM on 10/13/15
    i use orthobullet to prepare for sicot diploma exam
    i pass the exam
    it was very helpful
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    Anonymous commented at 10:45AM on 10/12/15
    Dear Orthobullets´s resposible collegues. Am so thankful for the great help I got from this fantastic website. I passed the European examination fluently. Orthobullets was one of my highly dependent sources. Best regards from an orthopedic Surgon in Sweden
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    Anonymous commented at 4:27PM on 10/05/15
    I couldn't find a shoulder dislocation topic. Please do provide a complete topic on this pathology
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    Anonymous commented at 8:11AM on 09/18/15
    thank you. it was really heplfull for my exams
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    Anonymous commented at 2:38AM on 09/17/15
    it is perfect. thank you very much
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    Anonymous commented at 5:22PM on 09/16/15
    Thank you very much for your company about the great effort
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    Anonymous commented at 7:43AM on 09/14/15
    a very nice effort by orthobullets team no match for it but if u can design an android application it would be very great
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    Anonymous commented at 4:53AM on 09/11/15
    I am really can not express my deepest gratitude to the orthobullets team, great work , I appreciating your great efforts, A big thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:28PM on 09/09/15
    No where else you can learn orthopaedics but orthobullets!
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    Anonymous commented at 1:19PM on 09/05/15
    I am testing our first version of our iOS native app now. We are hoping to have the first version available in November. It will not have all the features, but has a good Qbank feature. Android will not be available for ~ 5 months. We want to make these native apps really good.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:25PM on 09/05/15
    orthobullets.com is a wonderful website that has revolutionized orthopedic residents training all over the world.
    can we have a mobile version offline version for more benefit of residents.??
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    Anonymous commented at 12:14PM on 09/05/15
    fyi- the chart under acetabular fx's does not have working links for the transverse + post wall section. Most of the chart is still incomplete and it would be super helpful if it was.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:52AM on 09/04/15
    When will the iOS app be coming? have been looking forward to it for so long!!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:42AM on 08/27/15
    Just wanted to say thanks for such a great website. Had used Orthobullets for my primary study resource for passing my Canadian FRCS(C) exams and just passed ABOS part 1 scoring in the 90th percentile.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:29AM on 08/09/15
    I purchased moc 2015 gem and would now like to buy the cme option - how do I do that?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:44AM on 08/07/15
    The daily topics and emails are really helpful but it would be nice if we could select the order that we do them in to align them with the rotations that we're on or preparing to go to next for maximum benefit. This could be done by either allowing us to choose the order of the study blocks or having a page listing all the 365 daily topics and letting us select or mark off as we go, still a directed study guide but giving the freedom to do it in the most beneficial order for us.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:52PM on 08/04/15
    This is very important and helpful site for every orthopedic surgeon, if I mention the benefits, it is uncountable, really great site, very good reviews, amazing illustrations, clear X rays, very valuable videos, let me know what was hidden and clear my confusion, really it is a bullet to the point. thanks for great and very disciplined work.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:31AM on 08/03/15
    I'm a fist year resident from Thailand. I would like to thank you so much orthobullet. This site give me ideals and concepts that hit to the point, like a bullet!!
    Many thanks again.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:40PM on 07/21/15
    Thank you Orthobullets Team for helping me prepare for and pass the MOC exam. It gets stressful for us old dogs! I look forward to using Orthobullets as my go to educational resource. Thank you for all the hard work. This site is indispensable.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:06PM on 07/20/15
    You should be able to see your test results in the following.

    If you are not a in a PASS group look at your personal testmaster.
    https://www.orthobullets.com/qbank/mytests

    If you are in a PASS group go to your PASS tesmaster. Click your programs icon in the top left, then TESTMASTER in the top.

    Send us an email at info@orthobullets.com with questions.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 8:16AM on 07/19/15
    Anyway to access our results from prior weekly quizzes on the 365-day core study plan? Once I've completed the exam if I go back and enter the quiz code it says I've already taken the quiz. Thanks for any help.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:39AM on 07/15/15
    Dr Derek Moore and your orthobullet team, you are amazing for this great initiative. As a PGY 5 Orthopaedic Resident I consider myself so fortunate for stumbling accross orthobullet. I will let other residents and surgeons know about it. Thank You.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:02PM on 07/12/15
    Thank you OB! I also passed the 2015 Recertification. I took the AAOS course last November, flew to LA and spent multiple thousand $$$. I found out about your site after I got home and used your stuff much more than I used the AAOS syllabus.I now use your site frequently for updated info...especially when I'm on call. You guys Rock!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:05AM on 07/03/15
    Thanks "guys" for the great site. I just passed my first recertification exam. Orthobullets made it very easy to review pertinent material. I continue to use the site in everyday practice.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:07AM on 07/01/15
    Orthobullets guys, thank you so much for this site. Preparing for MOC this past March, I bought the Miller online review & AAOS comprehensive review texts, but neither was as valuable as Orthobullets. In my opinion, your site’s organization, ease-of-use, customized tests, analysis tools, educational links and videos, discussion sections, and amazing attention to detail have set a whole new standard for orthopaedic education in the digital age. You guys really nailed it. Well done. Thanks for helping me rock the 2015 MOC exam, and see you next time in 2025!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:48PM on 06/30/15
    i m a qualified ortho surgeon from india
    I want to give FRCS trauma ortho - which course should i subscribe
    Thx
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    Anonymous commented at 5:16AM on 06/30/15
    I subscribed to the Virtual Cirric. How can I get the daily email Topics and is it possible to join a study Group like the EBOT?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:11PM on 06/27/15
    Thank you for a great 89 day study plan for the Spine MOC Recertification Exam!! The general ortho part of the exam was effectively covered in the review and the spine review portion was excellent. Thank you for your program!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:46PM on 06/27/15
    Would be awesome if the associated section/page of Miller or OKU were cited for the relevant topics/questions.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:13AM on 06/26/15
    Dear Orthobullets.com team

    I am lost for words when it comes to thanking you for such a wonderful website

    I passed my Board Exams (written, MCQ) with your website being instrumental in my revision

    all the best
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    Anonymous commented at 2:17PM on 06/25/15
    I had taken the study plan for EBOT exam. I'm glad I took it which gave a ready made plan and all I have to do was study the topics for the day and take mock exams. I was only scoring about 65-70% even one day before the exam. I have passéd the exam thanks to Orthobullets. The study plan was definitely helpful.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:05PM on 06/24/15
    do you mean when reviewing a test or under topics. we hid those as some people thought they were a distracting. Now you have to click show comments.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:12PM on 06/24/15
    Was wondering why the comments for the questions no longer show up automatically...any ideas?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:06AM on 06/21/15
    I am really thankfull for the extensive knowledge presented in such a precise and concise manner.It helped me in not only revising the topics previously read but also reading them,even for the first time.It is an excellent site for the exam preps as well as in the daily routine.Thanks a lot again...I hope we have more topics and more updates coming up.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:13PM on 06/19/15
    I used Orthobullets' 89 day study plan for the 2015 General Ortho Recertification exam by the ABOS. It is the only way I prepared. I passed the test and scored better than expected. It is a daunting task to organize and study all the subjects needed, but Orthobullets puts it in a nice little package. Not to mention, I got 112 Category 1 CME as well. Thanks Orthobullets, I will recommend you to all of my colleagues.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:19AM on 06/17/15
    thank you for this great website,i am greatfull for orthobullets in my daily pracice,but i need help,recently i cant see any photo in orthobullets ??
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    Anonymous commented at 8:52AM on 06/11/15
    i m thankful to orthobullet help me alot
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    Anonymous commented at 7:15PM on 06/07/15
    The MOC is a pain. I'm grateful for Orthobullets.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:01PM on 06/04/15
    its priceless
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    Anonymous commented at 1:38PM on 06/01/15
    hello

    i need some help here
    yesterday i did a custom test ( self made ) till the end and i saw my result .. then i want now to revie the answers .. but i can't find the test anywhere .. can someone help me finding it
    thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 10:11AM on 05/31/15
    I just wanted to thank you guys for all the effort you put in this great website. Keep up the great work. Thank you again. And looking forward to the android app.
    studying for the residency exams. :)
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    Anonymous commented at 4:19PM on 05/29/15
    Does anybody know how to prepare for FNB fellowship entrance test in India. Is ortho bullet helpful for this or wastage of time.need help
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    Anonymous commented at 11:57AM on 05/23/15
    I have really enjoyed and learned more through your CME 89 day program than any other CME that I have done during my 25 years of practice. I have Orthobullets on my iPhone to refer to in my practice and it is an incredible help in taking good care of patients. I am on Day 8 of the 2015 CME program and have completed only half of the day but it has taken 3 hours to just study and digest the information. I would ask if you would do a study on how many hours Orthopaedic surgeons spend on your daily CMEs and award us the average hours we spend doing them. I think you will find that it takes 2-3 times as much time as you award on your CMEs. The problem with not awarding the proper amount of CMEs is that you motivate surgeons to skim over the material; not study and digest it therefore you defeat the purpose of CMEs.
    Also would you please consider revising your Orthobullets and include the clinically relevant information you learn when you go through the questions and explanations after the bullet points. There are so many additional salient points you could add to the bullet points to enhance the practice of Orthopaedics. We don’t have the time to go back through the questions to relearn/ reference these clinically relevant points….they should be included in the bullet points. Many thanks for having bullet points for a constant/instant/easy resource to improve patient care.
    Please let me know what you think and are going to do. Blessings Tod Ghormley MD Orthopaedic Surgeon Conway Arkansas
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    Anonymous commented at 6:34PM on 05/18/15
    I am really thank full to this website. It has helped me a lot to have good score in my prometric exam for Saudi council. Thank you orthobullets.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:27PM on 05/12/15
    Hany, we just were focusing our effort on PASS, which was a big piece of software to build. Now that it is done, we are focusing on our native apps. We are testing our first Ios version - android will follow. They are looking really amazing. Sorry for the delay.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:55AM on 05/12/15
    why untill now there is no android application for the mobile phones?
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    Anonymous commented at 1:45PM on 04/24/15
    I was undergoing a MD Exam in Egypt and was asked about the dropped head syndrome. There is a nice acrticle about it in the JAAOS in December 2012. Can we add this item to orthobullet
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    Anonymous commented at 4:49AM on 04/21/15
    Stumbled across Orthobullets just now and am stunned at the enormous amount of information available. THis will be an invaluable resource for managing my clients. Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 3:37PM on 04/18/15
    Does anyone know what the typical percentage correct score is necessary in order to pass the American Orthopedic Boards Recertification Exam? I see that in general 95-98% of surgeons pass the computer Recertification Exam, but does anyone know what percentage of questions you need to get right on the exam in order to typically pass? I can't find that information anywhere.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:17PM on 04/15/15
    Absolutely love the website and all you guys do. I would love to see an Android app where we could do test questions offline! I'm getting ready to do quite a bit of traveling and not every flight has wi-fi. An offline and online Android app would be amazing! Thank you again for all you do.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:17AM on 04/13/15
    I can’t tell you how much I have learned using Orthobullets. It is the first place I turn to when I have to look something up. It is up to date and concise, with wonderful images and videos. Orthobullets is the best learning tool out there. I hope I pass my exam next week, but I plan to stay on with the Orthobullets curriculum every year anyway. What a tremendous resource. I have told all of my orthopaedic colleagues about your website.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:13AM on 04/13/15
    The residents are pleased with orthobullets. They did do well on the OITE overall, and improved over last year by all means. They are constantly using it for all we do, and it is a big part of our curriculum. The mock exams are great as well. The well rounded curriculum is the best part.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:02PM on 04/10/15
    amazing resources thank you sooo much
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    Anonymous commented at 5:39AM on 04/09/15
    Hi,
    really love this site, and all you guys have done with it.

    I would like to suggest a link with google calender, thereby allowing users to set up individualized study plans. I'm a UK user and though i appreciate this site is focused on North American users, this would allow us to set up our study plans according to local requirements of each country and their respective exams.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:47PM on 04/08/15
    We have our first truly native app in development. Qbank is already working. We are hoping for a launch this summer. So far it is looking really slick. Thanks for you patience. We just had to get PASS out the door, and that was a beast.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:09AM on 04/08/15
    Hi, I love this site! But seriously, when are you guys going to make that iPhone app?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:58PM on 04/07/15
    Orthobullets,
    Thank you for a great educational site. I will be taking my ten year recertification exam on 4/9/15. I have been studying using Orthobullets since attending an AAOS course in Boston in November. I was told about the site there. It has been a "lifesaver."
    Owen Kelly
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    Anonymous commented at 8:56PM on 04/05/15
    Under the 'Approaches' tab, 'Techniques' section: the 'Shoulder' section has Patella Fracture ORIF and the 'Elbow' section has several lower extremity procedures.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:29PM on 03/31/15
    Respected my seniors & colleagues. I really need a big favour to guide me how to prepare for sicot diploma exams. Which I am going to give in September 2015.I really don't know what to study for practical .Your help would be appreciated.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:08PM on 03/29/15
    Dr. Gamal, did the exam time out. Many of exams have a time limit, and if you run out of time it does not allow you to continue.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:37AM on 03/29/15
    hello
    i dont know how to thank you and appreciate all effort you do & will do for us ( orthopedic surgeons ) .
    but i have little problem with Q bank test , which is being unable to continue it . there is a problem when i proceeding to next question , the screen appears white page . i tried alot of methods but still no hope .
    thanks in advance . iam waiting your reply and appreciate every thing you do :)
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    Anonymous commented at 10:24PM on 03/28/15
    David,

    We will work on this. We just ran our first analysis comparing the cumulative orthobullets % score and OITE scores. Analysis is preliminary, but it look like there is a correlation. For instance X% on orthobullets leads to x% on OITE. I am not a statistician, but we are interested in doing more research on this front. In the coming months, we will place a data field on the site where members can input their MOC scores if they feel comfortable. Then we can run that analysis.

    Thanks for the feedback. Good luck on the exam!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:25PM on 03/28/15
    Derek and crew: Thanks for doing this. I hope for your continued success. As a 53 year old, when I was coming out of residency, 15 percent (maybe) of graduates were getting fellowships. Now, it's probably closer to 80. As a general orthopod with a focus on sports and trauma, there are a lot of nuances and specialty oriented topics that just don't make it into my world, even with journal review and courses. After doing the 3 months of daily review and testing, I feel great about my upcoming exam. It's a great resource and I'll be sure to share it with other folks. One suggestion: it'd be really interesting to poll folks afterward to try and determine what that magic "percentage" is for passing the board recert exam. I know the official numbers suggest that 97 percent succeed, but I'd be interested in how that correlates with your success on these review exams. I've answered about 800 questions with an overall correct percent of about 78. It'll be interesting to look back when I get my results and see the correlation. Thanks again!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:47AM on 03/22/15
    I want to do Ebotexam and i need to know some Instructions
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    Anonymous commented at 7:25PM on 03/17/15
    sorry for the type o's (auto correct), peds spine and csf leak
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    Anonymous commented at 7:24PM on 03/17/15
    i just did my recent exam in spine. my only criticism which is constructive would be the exam had a lot more spine trauma and pets spine than i expected . also several questions on sf leak management. would have been helpful to have more prep on that.. otherwise, i thought the course was good...but the proof will be in june
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    Anonymous commented at 2:37PM on 03/05/15
    I took my recertification exam today: my 20 year exam. I don't if I passed (officially), but after finishing up my prep, I can't believe that I won't.
    I am sure that plenty of people give you feedback, but I thought I would give you mine.

    The absolute best thing that I could have done to prepare for this exam was to take your 89 day program.
    Earlier last year, I signed up for the year course, did a couple of months then put it away as life was getting in the way.
    I signed up for the 89 day (per your recommendation) and what a move it was.
    I put in the time as recommended and went into the exam feeling quite prepared. As expected, there were some curveballs, but I just can't express how much the Orthobullets course prepared me for this exam.

    In November, I went to the academy review course. I just felt like I "had to" because everyone else does. I didn't come close to getting my money's worth especially when you add up time lost from work plus the expense.
    Your course is, not only a life saver for exam prep, but the absolute best buy out there: and I really earned a hundred CME hours.

    I also love how your year long syllabus guides residents through their reading and learning. I wish this was available in my day (gosh that sounds like Im old--53).

    If you are looking for attestations, please feel free to use me as a resource.
    No one does a project like this for free: you have put out a quality product and I hope that this becomes a worthwhile investment for you. I wish there was some way that I could be involved, since I am a true believer in what you have developed.

    Kudos to you and the entire Orthobullets community.
    Thank you for getting me through these past few months.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:57AM on 03/01/15
    Many thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 11:40PM on 02/28/15
    I just approved the certification exam for the Mexican academy of orthopaedic surgeons (CMOT), even though it's a different language, i found orthobullets to be the best source to review most of the orthopaedic patologies, it's up to date and well supported with reliable references. I would like to thank all the orthobullets team, i share this accomplishment with you.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:00PM on 02/25/15
    What a fantastic site ! Can not say anything less than: you are the best out there. Many thanks for helping me in my FRCS UK exam.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:11PM on 02/23/15
    Good afternoon. I just wanted to extend a big thanks to your team members who have put together this site. I’ve been using the site throughout my residency (now a PGY 5), even as an intern. I must say this has been a tremendous asset to my orthopedic education and training….so much so that as a PGY 3 and PGY 4 I scored in the 100th percentile on the OITE. As a PGY 5, I was given the advice to not study and see what areas are weak. I scored in the 97th percentile this year, and I attribute my long term comprehension of the material to your format, relevant content and questions. I used your site just about daily throughout my training and am currently using the board prep curriculum. I have no doubt that it will pay dividends for boards too. Again thank you all very much for this tremendous asset that has proven invaluable!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:52PM on 02/23/15
    I did very well on OITE, and hoping to stay up on studying/reading this year. I thought the cram plan was really helpful.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:17PM on 02/19/15
    The OITE went much better this past year. And the study plan was extremely helpful.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:08AM on 02/17/15
    Many thanks for this resource. I have just completed the UK FRCS exam and this website was crucial to my study.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:14PM on 02/16/15
    Many thanks for your ongoing commitment to Orthobullets. I'm glad to have used it in preparation for the British FRCS, which I have now completed. Your British users may be interested to note that I did the Orthobullets questions once, reset the counter and did them again. I then repeated the incorrect ones in the run-up to the exam. In my second cycle I was scoring around 75% (excluding the path slides and American medico-legal questions). I got 74% for the part 1 FRCS and the UK-ITE exam. The orthobullets questions are particularly suited to the MCQ paper, but the EMQ paper requires purchasing a British EMQ book, to appreciate the emphasis and style of the questions - although the same topics are covered in the EMQ, they can be a bit more obscure! The webinars were definitely worth the extra investment but I left it too late to make best use of them! Relieved to have made it through the clinical/viva and am grateful to the orthobullets team!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:09PM on 02/15/15
    Abbreviations, e.g., HAGL. Can you make it so when you roll over it, it shows.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:11AM on 02/09/15
    An android app would be superb
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    Anonymous commented at 3:50AM on 02/09/15
    I completed my MMed in General Surgery in November 2014 and for the Orthopaedics aspects Orthobullets was extremely helpful. It is all the reference one needs to pass. I unreservedly recommend it. I work and live in Nairobi, Kenya
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    Anonymous commented at 7:20PM on 02/07/15
    An Android app would be most useful. Information at the tip of the finger!
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    Anonymous commented at 1:06AM on 02/07/15
    I re certified and I took the exam last March/April 2014. Your course was incredible. I am a US orthopedic surgeon and BUSY MOM. I AM HAPPY TO SAY THIS COURSE HELPED ME TO PASS MY EXAM ! I AM NOW RECERTIFIED UNTIL 2025!!!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 3:30PM on 02/02/15
    How do I access the future MOC study sessions, so I can finish program sooner ( not wait for daily E-Mail).

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 11:41AM on 01/30/15
    First, let me congratulate you on how fantastic an educational resource your site is. In my general surgery intern year, there was nothing anywhere near comparable to this, and my learning noticeably suffered.

    One thing that I am not aware of on the site that would be great is a listing of references under each topic. In my experience, the only way to get pub med links is through explanations to questions. If each topic had just an index of all of those articles collated from all the question answers/explanations, that would be a great place to start for literature searches (looking for topics and subtopics – specific systematic reviews and literature reviews first). This process is sometimes low yield and tedious on pub med itself.

    An ambitious aspect of this might be to determine a central testing point for each question to which the referenced articles correspond, and list those subtopics, with the articles under each subheading. Perhaps this could be a supplement to, rather than a substitution for, the above mentioned archiving perhaps by year or title.

    Anyway, just a thought. You all are extremely responsive to users, in my opinion, and I have seen great improvements on what has durably been an excellent site for the last few years, which I visit it daily. Another point of feedback: the daily questions are excellent! Gives me one orthopedic point review each day.

    Any input regarding your thoughts on this archiving of references, or perhaps a mechanism to poll other users regarding their interest in this, would be much appreciated. Thank you again for maintaining such a great resource.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:52PM on 01/29/15
    Was wondering if there was any way to watch webinar specialty exam videos in double speed? I know youtube videos have that option available now. Is there any way to get a player that has this feature?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:04AM on 01/20/15
    Passed both my written and oral boards with very respectable scores using this site as my primary study resource...thank you so much for all the hard work.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:38AM on 01/19/15
    I am very pleased with this site. The question and "review topic" format suits my learning style.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:14PM on 01/18/15
    This is a very informative and satisfying site for both medical exams and practice, they way u can share cases and discuss the plane of management is awesome,,,
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    Anonymous commented at 9:25AM on 01/13/15
    I WANT TO KNOW THE FOLLWOING SCORING SYSTEM VIZ
    1. RASMUSSEN KNEE FUNCTIONAL SCORING SCALE
    2. RASMUSSEN RADIOLOGICAL HEALING SCALE
    3. IOWA SCORE. -- TO EVALUATE THE FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME FOR MY RESEARCH PAPER RELATED TO TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURES. CAN ORTHO BULLETS TEAM HELP ME.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:23AM on 01/13/15
    GREAT EDUCATIVE SITE FOR EXAMS
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    Anonymous commented at 7:10AM on 01/09/15
    The best source for preparation for any orthopaedic exam . Excellent done
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    Anonymous commented at 1:22PM on 01/08/15
    I am a 58-year-old practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon (General and Sports Medicine).
    I will take my Recertification Exam. in early 2016.

    The experience is truly unbelievable. The Core Curriculum 365-Day Study Plan is the best source for preparation for Orthopaedic Surgery Board Examination. The organization of the study plan is well thought out. It provides key information on a given topic followed by questions, answers, and VERY USEFUL explanation.

    Surely, yourself and your team have worked for endless hours to undertake such a massive task to help candidates like myself and many others across the world.

    God bless all of you for magnificent efforts toward contribution to education in the field of Orthopaedic Surgery.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:59AM on 01/01/15
    I mean registration for daily study plans
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    Anonymous commented at 3:54AM on 01/01/15
    Have a nice day . I wanted to register but I did not find my countries name ( Palestine ) . I am really very sad. I am ORTHOPEDIC surgeon , sport medicine . I can not change my nationality
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    Anonymous commented at 11:48PM on 12/19/14
    I am just registered yesterday, can u start sending email from the day of purchase
    Means day 1 is the day of purchase?
    And another q.
    Is the ability to enter the subject and take the examination is limited to that time? Means I will not be able to take exam after a certain period of time
    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 3:05PM on 12/17/14
    Just click the "CME tracker" on the menu on the left. It will guide you to your SAE exams.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:44AM on 12/16/14
    can someone direct me how to take SAE online?
    I registered, paid for an exam
    bewildered as to next step
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    Anonymous commented at 11:52PM on 12/14/14
    I did the Orthobullets courses for me 2014 Sports MOC exam. I received the results on Thursday and not only did I pass but my scores were way beyond my expectations !!
    I would like to express my gratitude to you and the rest of the Othobullets crew.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:46AM on 12/14/14
    I did your prep course for my 10 year MOC exam. I used your content only to study from. I was a bit worried going into the exam whether I studied the proper material. I scored in the 91st percentile. Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:50PM on 12/12/14
    I strongly agree with Firas Arnaout
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    Anonymous commented at 4:15PM on 12/02/14
    Thank you colleagues for this nice site and for sharing this priliant information
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    Anonymous commented at 2:54PM on 11/30/14
    I passed SICOT Diploma, thanks to you! :D
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    Anonymous commented at 8:55AM on 11/25/14
    Failed back surgery
    i guess it is so important topic to be mentioned in spine sector
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    Anonymous commented at 1:52AM on 11/24/14
    Excellent website. Passed my Mmed General Surgery using Orthobullets for the Orthopaedic part. Thank you very much.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:35PM on 11/14/14
    excellent answers of question description that whole topic is cover, I LOVE orthobullets
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    Anonymous commented at 2:15PM on 11/01/14
    Hello,

    Orthobullets is becoming very popular in the UK.

    Have you considered to tailor it more towards FRCS types of questions ;theory,viva and clinical ?

    I would suggest adding a British editor on board ,similar to what Miller did for his book.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:13PM on 10/30/14
    Amazing site. Thank you so much.
    BUT I didn t see thr ORF disease ?
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    Anonymous commented at 7:42AM on 10/29/14
    Looking forward to the ipad app which can be used without network. Would be really useful.
    Wonder if you are working on a podcast ?
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    Anonymous commented at 2:44PM on 10/28/14
    the most helpful site i have ever seen
    thank you
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    Anonymous commented at 4:25PM on 10/27/14
    helpful site ,great jop
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    Anonymous commented at 12:45AM on 10/26/14
    This website is very helpful for orthopedic surgeon
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    Anonymous commented at 5:12AM on 10/23/14
    thankyou very very very much
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    Anonymous commented at 5:11AM on 10/23/14
    the most wonderful orthopaedic website
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    Anonymous commented at 10:40PM on 10/20/14
    I just took the sports combined exam.
    I think the orthobullets review is clearly the best course out there hands down. It is topical and hits all the salient points. I just wanted to personally thank you for the great work you are doing!
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    Anonymous commented at 1:27PM on 10/20/14
    amazing site.thank you
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    Anonymous commented at 1:56AM on 10/20/14
    This is the most useful tool I ever got
    thank you all
    really proud of being part of it
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    Anonymous commented at 10:58AM on 09/18/14
    since first i've ever met i use everyday this site; thank you creators.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:01PM on 09/16/14
    Amazing site. Thank you so much.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:07PM on 09/14/14
    Really i love you orthobullet team every other day
    Thank you very very very much
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    Anonymous commented at 3:26PM on 09/10/14
    you guys are wonderfully doing well. keep it up may God bless you
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    Anonymous commented at 12:41AM on 09/08/14
    Incredible job putting together this website, the questions and the Part 1 ABOS Study Guide. I followed the guide and completed well over 2500 of the ?'s on this site, and I want to credit OB team with providing an excellent foundation that helped me pass Part 1 with ease. Awesome job OB team!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:27AM on 09/07/14
    there is no physicale examination tricks in the this side: expect this; it's awesome
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    Anonymous commented at 11:27AM on 09/06/14
    Orthobullets is the single reason I passed part I ABOS… thank you so much...
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    Anonymous commented at 1:47AM on 08/26/14
    Really am happy to found a web site like that , really thanks for allah then thank you .
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    Anonymous commented at 5:50PM on 08/03/14
    This website is the most valuable learning tool I have found. I started using it in preparation for the MOC in 2015. I am going to sign up for a review course every year as it is such a great resource.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:59PM on 07/29/14
    I want to know about the effect of scoliosis on limb length discrepancy
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    Anonymous commented at 2:04AM on 07/19/14
    Thanks Orthobullets. This is a fantastic resource. I have passed EBOT Part 1 exam - had completed 2200 questions out of 2500. Keep up the good work.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:17PM on 07/15/14
    Wonderful collaborative work in establishing this website. I hope there will be an app version of this for ios and android soon.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:58PM on 07/07/14
    tetraplegia
    injury to the cervical spinal cord leading to impairment if function in the arms, trunk, legs, and pelvic organs

    Please change to impairment of function - thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 9:09AM on 07/07/14
    A personal thanks for helping me pass the 2014 ABOS recert boards. As a 20+ year specialty orthopedist, your site was critical in presenting me the organized, broad-based material and questions needed to get the job done. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:17AM on 07/02/14
    Wanted to thank orthobullets for all their contribution to orthopaedic education. I just re-certified, ABOS, spine surgery, with the help of the Q bank on this site. All the other sub-specialty questions in the Q bank were also very helpful, keep up the good work.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:30PM on 07/01/14
    I have passed section 1 of the EBOT exam, orthobullet was very helpful in study planning and as a source for the questions,thank you for the great effort and I hope that there will be new sections for viva and clinical exams
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    Anonymous commented at 8:19PM on 06/30/14
    Derek et al at Orthobullets:
    Great site. Like alot of our fellow orthopods, used the OB 84 day plan to study for 2014 recerts. Passed. THANKS!

    Here are some stats for those that are contemplating efficacy of the site and/or designing a study plan for the recerts.
    1. I answered 650'ish questions with 1800 or so unanswered. My % correct on OB correlated EXACTLY with what I got on the ABOS.
    2. I did the Recon recert.
    3. I also did EVERY Recon question and spent a bulk of time on trauma. I skimmed peds and hand. With that general plan, I passed with a comfortable margin.
    4. The mock exam scores were very predictive of final outcome. I liked the high volume of mocks at the end of the the study plan.
    5. For the dollar value, its the best resource for a bolus of CME!

    I would advise all those planning on the computerized pathway to do the following....
    1. Get acclimated to OB in the Fall of 2015.
    2. Consider the AAOS review course in December as a big and fast overview.
    3. Focus for 84 days with the daily study plan.
    4. Do as many OB questions as possible.
    5. Repeat the process in 10 yrs!

    Thanks again Moore! Will be using your site for my intracycle MOC.


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    Anonymous commented at 6:47PM on 06/30/14
    I used the Orthobullets MOC 84 day study plan as my sole source to study for the ABOS General Recert exam. With the results coming out today, I'm please to report that I passed with flying colors. I truly feel that Orthobullets more than adequately prepared me for this exam, and I am recommending this site to my collegues. Thank you all, and keep up the great work!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:52AM on 06/14/14
    Hi i am doing 2014 study plan, after answering the questions i don't know how to submit them?
    So I am wondering how they know that i did the course to get my CME.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:34PM on 06/08/14
    What is the url where the broken link exist? Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:22PM on 06/07/14
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    Anonymous commented at 6:22PM on 06/07/14
    I've noticed that on the test master page, if you got a question wrong but subsequently answered it correctly on a later test, the cumulative score only records the correct answer.

    Example: Do a test of 50qs - score 50%
    Average score is 50%
    Do a test of 25 "incorrect only" questions - score 60%
    Average score paradoxically goes UP to 80% (25/50 from 1st test and 15/25 from 2nd test = 40/50!!)

    As a result, i have recently completed a few tests of "unseen and incorrect" questions and scored lower than my average score, but still had my average percentage increase.

    This is worth noting as you may otherwise get a false sense of security as you get close to completing the full orthobullets library.

    I would recommend if possible that the test master remember EVERY ATTEMPT at each question, rather than just the final correct answer. Obviously that may not be possible, but it would be handy.

    Thanks again for the great site!

    Dave
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    Anonymous commented at 3:39PM on 06/06/14
    i passed turkish orthopedic board exam in 2013 and orthobullets was my number one reading source.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:42AM on 06/04/14
    Re: the TestMaster page

    Firstly, let me say that this site is an excellent resource and I am very impressed with the constant updates and with the way the questions are modified as the evidence base changes.

    On the test master page, there is no way of determining how many questions you have done in each category. For example, I would like to know if the 80% success rate i have in a topic is based on 300 questions or 20. The difference for my study from other resources would be significant.

    I would propose that each column have the number of correct and completed questions for that category: e.g. in anatomy section the column could show 4/5 or 420/525 rather than just the percentage.

    A minor change but one that would help show more data for the participants. I know it won't be changed by the time i sit my exit exams but i feel it would be of help to future users.

    Many thanks again for setting up and maintaining a truly excellent educational resource.

    David O'Briain
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    Anonymous commented at 7:47AM on 06/04/14
    Dr. Almaskari,

    Whenever you sign up for a study plan, you get 12 months access to that Study Plan, and the Virtual Curriculum. Thus, you get access to all the different study plans, and more importantly, all new exams we release with "Never-Been-Seen" Questions.

    While the daily emails run for a period of time and then end, each daily emails is posted to the group so you can actually do the Study Plan independently anytime during the 12 month membership - which starts the day you purchase it.

    Here is a link that describes the Virtual Curriculum.

    https://www.orthobullets.com/about/15/virtual-curriculum-and-daily-study-plans

    I hope that answers your question.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 7:32PM on 06/03/14
    Hello

    My name is Aljulanda and I am an orthopedic resident in Bahrain. I would like to ask about the study plans as they appear to have a start and finish dates. If I purchase a study plan, do I get the full time period or is it only till the expiry/end date?

    Are there any plans recommended for the Arab Board Exam for orthopedic surgery?

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 3:19AM on 06/01/14
    do you have a random test scoring & evaluation ?
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    Anonymous commented at 9:13AM on 05/30/14
    What should I do add comment. When I click add comment in the question section, it shows an error message. Please help.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:32AM on 05/30/14
    I'm a Sports Medicine registrar (resident) in Australia and this site is FREE & FANTASTIC!! There are only a handful of sites like this these days. This allows us to become better doctors with a passion for teaching and giving back to the community & other trainee doctors without monetary compensation. You inspire and empower us with knowledge and good will. Words of thank-you are not enough so i will do so with my actions!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:13AM on 05/19/14
    I have passed the section 2 of FRCS Orth and a huge credit goes to Orthobullets. I am really grateful to the team behind this fantastic site. Following the study plan was the best decision I took before section 1 exam. That knowledge saw me through the section 2 without much struggle. Thank you very much.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:54AM on 05/19/14
    Brilliant site! But let me see how I do in the real FRCS part1?
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    Anonymous commented at 5:32PM on 05/11/14
    "thanks orthobullets , I passsed Arab Board of Orthopedic and orthobullets was my # 1 review" Dr . Mo'men Egypt
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    Anonymous commented at 3:53PM on 05/08/14
    nice site ,like it
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    Anonymous commented at 6:21AM on 05/03/14
    Another suggestion I would like to make is about abbreviations. Would be great if one could see the full text expanded with a single mouse-over.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:57PM on 04/27/14
    love everything about the site - long time user.
    Very minot comment/request: I wonder if you would consider changing the color of the "leave comment" box to be different than the "next question" box in the review sections of the QBank - I often click on one instead of the other by mistake...
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    Anonymous commented at 10:52AM on 04/27/14
    I think you should add the option to edit a comment as long no one has posted a next comment. It is annoying sometimes to see errors in our comment (spelling and expression) which we cannot fix unless we add another comment which results in disturbance of the dicussion. Of course we should not be able to edit our comment after anyone has already posted a new comment, since that would void our trustworthiness and break the chain relations of all the comments.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:23PM on 04/25/14
    I used the site for my recertification prep. It was more useful to me than the OKU and SASE for the OKU. I recommend the site for anyone prepping for recertification. Might be useful to have some short 10 question random generated exams that could be done along the way in small chunks that mix all the topics.

    Thanks again for a great site. I have recommended you to my partners who are taking the test next year. Some are signed up for the one year plan with CME. That is a great offering.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:47AM on 04/20/14
    just completed the mod this morning. orthobullets was spot on for the spine recertification this year.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:11AM on 04/19/14
    I just finished my recertification exam.

    Orthobullets is singularly one of the best educational experiences available today. The flash card principle you employ is effective. In addition to relearning aspects of orthopedics long forgotten as a subspecialist, I actually enjoyed the process. I can't imagine recertifying without this process.

    Way better than anything the AAOS publishes. I know, I bought them all.
    Way better than the JBJS/Miller product. I know, I bought that too.
    Slightly better but way more effective than the Miller book. The Miller book and course is just too much of a cram as opposed to your systematic flash card principle.

    Your question are right on the mark to this years questions. The AAOS questions were way off.

    Your proportion analysis was spot on. Trauma followed by Peds, then equal portions of sports, foot, spine. Maybe more foot than expected.

    Great job!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:01AM on 04/19/14
    Awesome. This was my third recertification since I was in the first group to have a time limited certificate. I really enjoyed the MOC course as it covered the entire scope of Orthopedics and brought me up to date. The Board Exam was easy to take after the Ortobullets review. My residents use Ortobullets daily. My only regret is that Orthobullets did not exist when I was a resident. While I may never have to recertify again, I will continue to use Ortobullets. Thank you!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:58PM on 04/16/14
    I just completed my recertification exam and felt confident thanks to Orthobullets! I think it prepared me well for the exam but even better is I think it will improve my practice. I appreciate the effort that went into this valuable learning web site- thanks to the staff!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:14PM on 04/14/14
    I have subscribed to the 2013 MOC combined hand 45 day study program. Could you please let me know for what length of time do I have access to this program .
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    Anonymous commented at 8:56AM on 04/11/14
    I just heard about Orthbullets from a colleague. I am studying my MOC. Tremendous resource! Very well done.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:33PM on 04/09/14
    I just took the MOC recert exam this morning. This course helped a ton. Thank you Orthobullets!!! Where do I find the Activity post-test and Questionaire for the CME credits?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:49PM on 03/24/14
    To view all the tests you have taken, and review them in the future, just go to you testmaster. Here is the link.
    https://www.orthobullets.com/qbank/mytests
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    Anonymous commented at 11:16PM on 03/23/14
    hmm. Ok, so I've taken the test, and I'm halfway working through the answers, but took a break. I'd like to continue. How do I access the same test again?
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    Anonymous commented at 5:27PM on 03/23/14
    In the private group. Here is the link.

    https://www.orthobullets.com/group/home?id=977
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    Anonymous commented at 1:55PM on 03/23/14
    Where the heck do I locate these MOC practice tests?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:53PM on 03/22/14
    Dr. Uppal,

    We release a new exam of 50 questions ~ 2 month. We released one in Feb, and will release another on April 1st. For the first 2-3 months, only members of the virtual curriculum have access. After 2-3 months those new questions are added to the free Qbank and appear on the topics. So yes, we will release between 300 and 500 new questions this year. The will be based on the educational objectives of both OITE questions and SAE question. Hope that answers your question.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:54PM on 03/22/14
    I am preparing for the ABOS recert exam. Are the different exams of each year 2004-12 the same questions that are in the speciality questions?

    Also, are there new exams being released this year?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:47PM on 03/22/14
    This is a well done, excellent website. It is simple to navigate and appealing to read. The pictures and x-rays are extremely helpful. I refer to it often and reference it frequently from pmrqbankreview.com. Incorporating an MSK radiology section would be a nice addition. Also improving the mobile interface would be helpful to review on the go. Thanks again for your work
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    Anonymous commented at 8:16AM on 03/19/14
    great site, thank you so much for putting the time into this. I am a physio in London and wanted a review of pelvic anatomy, and these are the best anatomy pictures on web with fab concise descriptions. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 7:50AM on 03/14/14
    deformity correction and clinical examinations in orthopedic would be usefull
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    Anonymous commented at 8:19AM on 03/07/14
    Shawn, yes, per the original schedule 5 of those webinars will be posted by May 1st. Trauma will be up next week. Spine the week after that. Sorry for the slight delay.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:49AM on 03/06/14
    Is there any way to obtain the specialty and mock exams sooner for the orthobullets virtual curriculum? I noticed today that several of the specialty exams have been pushed back. I am an Osteopathic Orthopedic resident and we have our boards on May 14, therefore exams 4-9 as well as Mock exams C and D will be of no use because they come after my boards.
    Thank you!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:44AM on 03/04/14
    For members who join a study plan and do not get daily emails, please check your spam folder in gmail or other email services. Also, please add info@orthobullets to your email contact list to eliminate our emails being identified as spam in the future.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:30PM on 03/03/14
    Till now I did not recieve any emails regarding the daily 5 topics
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    Anonymous commented at 5:44PM on 03/02/14
    I would find it very helpful to have a check-box system that allows me to document what I have read. It would be a goal of mine to cover the entire site each year. It would be convenient if there was a way to check a box on each topic that uploads on the my personal dashboard. Orthobullets could have a "read the site in one year plan" that provides a number of readings each day.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:00PM on 03/02/14
    I want to take the sports test, but have no clue what my test code is (as I have already deleted the email that had the invitation on it). It seems ridiculous that I can't take it by simply logging on to my account. This I throwing a serious wrench in my seriously limited study time!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:21PM on 02/20/14
    Hi.
    Is it possible to add an orthopaedic radiology section to this already fabulous site? i.e. information and questions on how bone scans work, MRI techniques etc..
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    Anonymous commented at 12:33PM on 02/15/14
    Dimitrios,

    Great idea. We are actually building PTbullets as a separate site. Our goal is to eventually integrate the two networks in multi-disciplinary groups. I will will talk with some of PT team to see how they can bring some of their educational resources onto this site. Thanks for the suggestion.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:30PM on 02/15/14
    Anonymous,

    All of our exams are timed. Thus, once the time runs out you will no longer be able to continue. How long of a break did you take?

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 2:35PM on 02/14/14
    Hi, I just wanted to give a heads up about a bug in the 2013 Miller Curriculum - the Foot and Ankle Exam does not allow you to resume the test if you take a break. I'm not sure if this happens for the other exams as well. Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 3:30PM on 02/12/14
    hello. I have a suggestion. I think that physical therapy is something like a black box to many of us. We talk about it and recommend it to patient, but do we really know what they do ? (tens, ultrasound, massage, etc). Understanding in deep the effects of physical therapy tools is essential for treating patients properly. So I think a section Physical Therapy, with explanations and protocols, would be really really helpful.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:45PM on 02/03/14
    First of all, I would like to thank the staff that makes the site exists. I recently finished a residency in a federal institution in Brazil and made examinations of the Brazilian Society of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. I got an excellent result and the last six months the Orthobullets was my main reference for fast queries and questions. My sincere gratitude.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:50AM on 01/26/14
    Hello,
    I am a 3rd Yr Orthopaedic Resident and am gonna take my exams in 60 days.
    I Love This Site And It's Always Open On My Laptop.
    Thanx A Lot As This Has Been My Most Handy Source Of Education In The last 2 yrs.
    I Wish If Some1 Cud Help Me Formulate A 60 Day Study Plan So I Can Cover All That's Important.
    Thank U.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:19AM on 01/24/14
    When I open a link and scroll down on the link page, original page also moves. So I have to keep adjusting after opening every link which is longer and goes down the screen. Can it be fixed please?
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    Anonymous commented at 2:34PM on 01/22/14
    Any update on the iPhone Orthobullets app debut?
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    Anonymous commented at 7:27PM on 01/20/14
    I tried to rate a question by tapping on the "please rare" with no success. Any thoughts?
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    Anonymous commented at 2:14PM on 01/17/14
    Can you please work on an android offline version of the app... Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 8:14AM on 01/17/14
    Thanks for the feedback on our videos. We just removed a video based on member feedback. In 2014 we will make a significant video push. We recognize the quality and quantity of our videos needs to be improved significantly. Please use the star rating! Anything with a 2-star rating will be removed (except for question - we have learned questions often get a poor star rating simply because the are hard). Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:28AM on 01/14/14
    Members,

    Microsoft pushed an update that made it so our "Next Question" was no longer working on IE11. We believe we fixed it, so give it a shot, it should work now. We recommend using Google Chrome or Safari when using orthobullets. Thanks for the compliments below. Orthobullets is a lot of work, and testimonials like those below is really what keeps us going. Thanks everyone and Happy New Year!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:33PM on 01/10/14
    I love this site and use it often. I also though have problems advancing to the next question on the IPad.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:57AM on 01/09/14
    I thought Orthobullets is a good source, so I put that for test.. I prepared for my exams (Arab Board - Part Two. Written exams 2013) from Orthobullets only.. I repeat; it was my only source for review and preparing for the exam. It worked!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:45PM on 01/08/14
    Great site, thanks for this. One thing though, which may be a bug, or it may be just me, but often when doing the questions on my iPad, it will not allow me to advance on to the next question. If I go to the review question tab, then the most recent question appears unanswered. This seems to happen in both safari and chrome.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:35PM on 12/16/13
    Was wondering if there are any pllan to include a section "normal radiographic anatomy" and key things to lookfor on common radiographs?
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    Anonymous commented at 1:50PM on 12/16/13
    Amazing site truly and thanks for all great works here. I have passed as the best rank in 2012 Indonesian Orthopaedic and Traumatology Board Exam. In my preparations for the exam, Orthobullets has helped me a lot in many ways. Thanks a lot, keep the great works.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:24PM on 12/06/13
    Dr. Fouad, do you mean the links in the group study plans were not working. We fixed that bug this morning. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:22PM on 12/06/13
    Dr. Fouad, Thanks for the feedback. Can you give us a little more detail around what is happening. What links are not working? Are you on an ipad? With a little more information we can be sure to fix it.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:16AM on 12/04/13
    Unlimitted gratefullness , Thanks . I sarted lately reading topics . answering qs , but last days i cant open the topcs site .asking ur help.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:39PM on 11/19/13
    Just passed my FRCS Trauma & Orthopaedics theory exam and a big thanks to the Orthobullets team. I am thankful not only for the content but also for brilliant guidance through the daily study plan.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:26AM on 11/09/13
    Would be great if an mobile iphone app was available!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:10AM on 11/06/13
    Always thanks for great knowledge. I hope, will be able to upload multiple images at once when make case.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:56PM on 11/05/13
    First of all, thank you to the team for the hard work on a site that has been integral to so many ppl studying for various exams. Has there been any thought to being able to flag topics, in addition to questions? This would allow ppl to create their own syllabus and focus efforts closer to an examination date on high yield topics .
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    Anonymous commented at 10:09PM on 11/04/13
    Can you please change the way that the comments are displayed? They are very distracting, and often off topic or detract from the question. Please change it so that you can "see comments" rather than "hide comments."
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    Anonymous commented at 3:29PM on 10/25/13
    Amazing site!. I passed my Dip Sicot Exam.
    Orthobullet helped me a lo in my preparations .
    Thanks to Orthobullets team.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:18PM on 10/23/13
    Thank you team, perfect site to study EBOT exam, congralutations!!! I loved your daily study plan (never thought this before... :) )
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    Anonymous commented at 2:29PM on 10/23/13
    It would be helpful from a resident point of view if we could add personal notes to the topics for our learning. Orthobullets of course would have access to those notes and could incorporate them if they felt they were useful. These notes would only be viewable on your account. Any thoughts?
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    Anonymous commented at 1:11AM on 10/20/13
    good site
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    Anonymous commented at 5:54PM on 10/19/13
    Great Site. iPad app would be awesome! I would gladly use even with advertisements.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:16PM on 10/18/13
    I have just succeeded at Greek bord exam.I want to express my gratitude for the site and all orthobullets team.it is a great source of knowledge.A great system to learn and mainly a place where we can share our passion in orthopedics.You where my best company while I was studying.THANK YOU
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    Anonymous commented at 2:14PM on 10/18/13
    I have just succeeded at Greek bord exam.I want to express my gratitude for the site and all orthobullets team.it is a great source of knowledge.A great system to learn and mainly a place where we can share our passion in orthopedics.You where my best company while I was studying.THANK YOU
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    Anonymous commented at 7:36PM on 10/17/13
    Excellent site for exam preprations.....
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    Anonymous commented at 8:36PM on 10/14/13
    thanke you for that good effort
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    Anonymous commented at 6:47PM on 10/13/13
    It's to bad that this site is only for a selective few. I am a individual who is disabled and trying to help understand my medical situation. What harm would it cause to self educated myself? Enabling me to ask doctor better questions to perhaps avoid surgery ?
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    Anonymous commented at 9:46AM on 10/13/13
    Hey team,

    Thanks for all y'alls work.

    One recommendation - As I go through the question bank, I find there are a lot of articles I would like to read, but no good way of keeping track of article titles other than copying and pasting titles to an outside document.

    I think a great addition would be to add a way to create a profile "Reading List" which you can add to via a link/button when reviewing question.


    Keep up the great work,
    Thank you.


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    Anonymous commented at 9:20PM on 10/12/13
    Orthobullets Team,

    I have one suggestion for improvement on an already incredible site.

    As the OITE results are based on PGY level as well as overall score, it would be helpful to have a breakdown of how our percentage correct compares to others (both in our same PGY year as well as overall score). For example, lets say I complete a random 50 question test and score 70%. Currently, there is not an easy way that I am aware of to know if that is a good score overall, good score compared to other residents at my level of training, or a sub-par percentage.

    Perhaps a breakdown at the end of each test could show something similar to below, which would allow users to see how their performance on those questions compares to others.

    Your score: 70%
    Orthobullets Community: 70%
    PGY-1: 50%
    PGY-2: 60%
    PGY-3: 70%
    PGY-4: 80%
    PGY-5: 90%
    Attendings/Other: 90%


    Thanks for all of the hard work and thanks for considering this suggestion.

    Kevin
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    Anonymous commented at 6:43PM on 10/12/13
    don't you have an Ipad app
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    Anonymous commented at 8:12AM on 10/12/13
    Team, we apologize for the annoying "robot" spam appearing on this page. We are fixing it.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:55AM on 10/09/13
    Hi orthobullets team,

    Number one reference for me for my EBOT exam! Thanks for helping me pass, outstanding website!! Keep helping orthopods around the world!

    Warm regards,

    Vicente Guimera
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    Anonymous commented at 11:38PM on 10/07/13
    I wish that there was a way to redo these tests. During my test the electricity went off and I could not complete it in time.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:36PM on 10/06/13
    David, that is a good idea. Like a flash card system for commonly used classification systems. I will send you a message on OB.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:43PM on 10/06/13
    Dear Orthobullets team,

    Yesterday I passed the Exam of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Orthobullets was one of my main reading sources. Thank you very much for your effort!

    Kind Regards

    Alberto Touza
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    Anonymous commented at 11:58PM on 10/05/13
    Dear Colleagues,

    Many thanks for the outstanding resource.
    I was hoping if you could consider a new section on significant, examinable classifications and easy ways to remember them? Or perhaps a forum for that?

    It would be invaluable for fellowship examinations.

    Warm Regards,

    David Wheatley
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    Anonymous commented at 7:22PM on 09/30/13
    Another 500 questions! Well done orthobullets
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    Anonymous commented at 12:17AM on 09/30/13
    a topic for no union, malunion, delayed union (pseudarthrosis) would be great!
    off line app would be AWESOME!!
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    Anonymous commented at 7:30AM on 09/29/13
    I found out 2 days ago that I passed my British and Irish FRCS (Tr&Orth). Orthobullets helped me tremendously. It has a thorough syllabus and the questions are salient and topical. It is a very helpful tool for UK trainees but a small word of caution, the UK FRCS Part 1 deliberately and purposefully has a different style of question. Different because less clinical information is given away and it does not always examine the latest clinical research as often referenced by our American counterpart OITE/ABOS and its easy to get used to the US style and ignore our own limited resources of past UKITE and UK MCQ EMQ books. Particularly recommend Post Graduate Orthopaedics and the sister EMQ booklet. (For MCQs try Postgraduate Orthopaedics Kesavan Sri-ram; Turning Point 1000 EMQ Himanshu Sharma; Practice questions in Trauma and Orthopaedics for the FRCS Pankaj Sharma); Slippery Slope Himanshu Sharma. For major texts books, I used AAOS COR 9, Evidence Based Orthopaedics (by James Wright) and occasionally Miller. The Internet plays an increasingly large role in the way we study whilst permanently on line. For the first time, I moved from traditional book work to interactive and on line resources. This is the future, this is Orthobullets. Thank you to all involved.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:52PM on 09/15/13
    Members,

    Amazon Web Services is having some issues with their web hosting services. As a result, our images are loading very slowly and the site is not performing well. I recognize this is frustrating, especially when taking exams. We are working with them to resolve the issues. Sorry for any inconvenience.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 7:48PM on 09/07/13
    COMMENTS:
    I am foreign trained (Bosnia, Germany, England), have been in academic practice in the USA for 23 years and I just passed ABOS Part I exam for the first time:-).
    The main resource that made it possible for me was "Orthobullets"; all topics are at the point, not more nor less than what is needed, with good links to original sources, videos; absolutely essential are good questions and discussions; crucial are also webinars and practice tests - with very helpful "action buttons" (flags etc); and "daily plan" mailed to us every morning was truly perfect "push" in the right direction, not to stay beyond...

    Also, faculty was engaged in discussions and receptive to comments - ready to change material if better suggestion (per reviewed literature based)was given .... and even Derek Moore was easily reachable and available for discussion by phone in direct conversation ... offering also individual advice, strategy in absorbing the material...

    SUGGESTIONS:
    1. To have more drawings in anatomy, surgical approaches and imaging sessions (that we do not have to go to other books: atlases and techniques ...).
    2. To get AAOS OSAEs questions included, if possible at all (Maine Ortho Review Course has it available on local campus ... for a fee); that we have all resources one one web page (cooperation with Miller Review Course is obviously great move, very beneficial).

    Thanks a lot to colleague and founder Dr. Derek Moor and all hiss staff, sincerely, Enes M. Kanlic, MD, FACS, Professor at TTUHSC, El Paso, Texas
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    Anonymous commented at 11:28PM on 09/05/13
    A recent JAAOS article(Omid and Lee, Aug 2013, Vol 21) regarding irreparable cuff tears and tendon transfer techniques states the coronal force coupling tendons of the cuff are Subscapularis and the infraspinatus. This conflicts with the info posted under rotator cuff tears. Can you clarify?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:20AM on 09/01/13
    I believe rofecoxib (Vioxx) has been withdrawn - maybe it should be taken down from the analgesia section. Just a suggestion.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:22PM on 08/24/13
    I really like the testmaster function and am using it for my OITE prep much the same way I used Q bank for USMLE. I just wish that I could see how many questions there are total for each topic (foot and ankle etc.) and how many I have done.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:38PM on 08/23/13
    This is a very wonderful study tool. I was able to cover a wide range of topics during my orthopedic rotation using this website. Thank you so much. Surgery resident, Nigeria
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    Anonymous commented at 5:19AM on 08/23/13
    Any word on when the next board prep course will begin? Will the daily self study e-mail be set at a standard time this year....atleast for me it was variable last year.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:50AM on 08/12/13
    Very good educative content.Cheers.Dr Saraf
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    Anonymous commented at 9:06PM on 08/03/13
    When will the next review begin?
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    Anonymous commented at 8:42PM on 08/03/13
    I passed FRCOrth part 1 1st time after preparing just with daily plan ABOS.........THANK YOU VERY MUCH. Brilliant WEBSITE
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    Anonymous commented at 7:41AM on 08/01/13
    Thank you for your brilliant work, Its really a very good review for our study, But please, could you add some lectures on the following important subjects:
    1. Operative Orthopedic instruments with Atlas.
    2.Orthopedic Hardware Atlas ( with Types in detail and uses )
    we need such material.
    Thanks in advance.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:41PM on 07/31/13
    I apologize if my post here is either off-topic or inappropriate.

    PLEASE HELP ME.

    I am a parent of an eight year old girl who was diagnosed with strep throat, torticolis and eventually Grisel's
    She underwent neck traction procedure (8 days on a bed with Gardner Wells Tong and 8 lbs weight) and is now wearing a lerman non invasive pediatric halo. After 2 weeks since she has been released from the hospital, x-rays shows C1 is still significantly anterior to C2. Our surgeon is not confident that full recovery is possible and is urging us to agree to C1 C2 fusion.
    We know our surgeon is doing what he feels is best for our girl and we have never doubted his conviction and capability.
    We are devastated and are at a loss on what is right decision to make for our girl. We are frantically searching to see where we can get a second opinion and stumble upon this site. There seems to be many seasoned professionals here that perhaps may offer that second opinion to guide us towards making an informed decision.
    I have taken a photo of the X-Ray which I am willing to share. Just let me know please (blee201307 at gmail.com)
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    Anonymous commented at 1:16PM on 07/27/13
    hi I am an Orthopaedic Surgeon from India.I got to know about this site while browsing.It is brilliant work ,you get to know all the key points with all the relevant images.Thanks a lot orthobullet.Kindly let me know if I can help anyways.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:24PM on 07/18/13
    This is an awesome site! And for free? Unbelievable!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:31AM on 07/12/13
    Excellent and much appreciated resource. It would be helpful if the testing options in the QBank included specific anatomy ie pelvis, thigh/hip, that correspond with Netter's Concise Ortho Anatomy so that anatomy reading for medical students and junior residents can be reinforced with QBank questions. Also, it would be great if you could pause exams and return to them later. Thanks very much!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:02PM on 07/09/13
    Thank you for all of your work on this. I think it would be helpful, at the end of a test when you are reviewing your answers, for the table to include the items that you tagged while taking the exam. Also, if the responses that were crossed out were also maintained when you go back to review the questions, that would help us re-evaluate our thought process during the exam. Thanks so much for your time!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:49PM on 07/08/13
    hi
    am new to site
    extrememly helpful for the residents
    little bit plastic reconstructive procedures need to be added
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    Anonymous commented at 8:36AM on 07/06/13
    CANNOT WAIT FOR IPHONE APP..
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    Anonymous commented at 8:35AM on 07/06/13
    HATS OFF FOR YOUR EFFORTS GUYS, THIS IS VERY VERY HELPFUL RESOURCE..
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    Anonymous commented at 3:46PM on 07/04/13
    can someone please answer the following question
    which is the utility of CRP in infected open fractures ... Can you send me a bibliographic reference? Thank you very much
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    Anonymous commented at 2:11PM on 07/04/13
    It may be useful to filter a custom exam by the % of people who get the question correct. For example, to make a harder practice test you may want to create a 50 question test where less than 80% of people get any one question correct. In general, more statistics to compare yourself to may be helpful.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:44AM on 07/02/13
    Hi
    I'm new to orthobullets and very impressed by what I've seen so far. Is it possible to download any of the videos and if so how do I do this? Thank you for an excellent resource.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:07AM on 06/29/13
    I used orthobullets exclusively for my ABOS recertification and passed without difficulties. I took the general recertification exam and am a primarily practicing pediatric orthopaedic surgeon. Orthobullets was a great resource. Excellent explanations and refresher on all subjects I don't routinely read about.
    I will recommend this site to all coming up on recertification
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    Anonymous commented at 11:48PM on 06/26/13
    Saro, go into you case log and post the case to the a specific topic. That will post the case to the public. Cases remain private until you link them to a specific topic.

    Let us know if this works.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:09AM on 06/25/13
    i have problem with posting cases!! i can't make them public. Any suggestions?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:12PM on 06/24/13
    Phenomenal website. A good supplement for SAEs in part I prep. No other resource gives you ability to tailor questions/mini exams to your exact weakness, ie poly wear. I have one suggestion, the 2013 basic sci SAE has emphasized stages of muscle and tendon healing/repair/injury. This would be helpful to augment the current muscle section. As is known, the topics on ABOS I tend to follow the SAEs and OITEs.The test is pretty soon!

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 3:37PM on 06/23/13
    I have just passed part 1 FRCS (Tr & Orth) and Orthobullets has no doubt played an integral part in my preparation. I did all 2000 questions at least once (twice for the questions I got wrong). I still can't believe you offer access to this amazing website for free! A big thank you guys... Surgeon, GB
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    Anonymous commented at 2:12PM on 06/22/13
    I used Orthobullets almost exclusively to study for the Board Recertification. I was waiting to evaluate the program until I confirmed that I passed. After receving my results last week, I believe that Orthobullets did an outstanding job preparing me for the recertification with the 60 day program (in fact, I was probably overprepared). I will certainly use it again for my next recertification 10 years from now. Thank you, Orthobullets team.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:50PM on 06/21/13
    Question bank was a huge part of my preparation for the FRCS Tr&Orth MCQ. Time spent on Orthobullets has paid off. Great resource for Trainees on both sides of the Atlantic.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:45PM on 06/14/13
    As an IMG this site certainly helped me in getting my Canadian Fellowship
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    Anonymous commented at 8:29PM on 06/14/13
    We have a mobile version but we do not yet have an app. We have designed an app but it has not yet been put into development. Hopefully it will be launched within 6 mos. We recognize we have been promising this for a while, and we apologize for the delay. We just have limited resources, and we have been working on some new products that we thing take higher precedence, and hopefully you will agree when you see them.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:27PM on 06/14/13
    Currently there is no printed version and we have no plans to create a book. The value in orthobullets is building an engaged community that collaborates to take better care of patients - and a book does not encourage that.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:29PM on 06/14/13
    IS PRINTED (VERSION) BOOKS FOR ORTHOBULLETS AVAILABLE ?
    IF SO WHERE ?
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    Anonymous commented at 4:59AM on 06/06/13
    Hi
    From where I can download the orthobullets application for Android
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    Anonymous commented at 3:04PM on 06/04/13
    Could you please cite sources for each figure?
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    Anonymous commented at 3:40PM on 06/03/13
    Do you have examples of problem solving questions on website
    As I have in exam paper of problem solving in Orthopedics
    Giving you data and you have to analyse and predict the most probable diagnosis
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    Anonymous commented at 10:10AM on 06/02/13
    WISH WE COULD HIGHLIGHT WHILE READING,MAKES SECOND READING EASIER....
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    Anonymous commented at 1:23PM on 05/23/13
    There seems to be a problem with specifying types of questions when creating a test. Even if I select "trauma" questions only, I seem to get a grab-bag of questions on widely-varied topics.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:38PM on 05/19/13
    Wrong described Winquist in Fracture shaft femur
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    Anonymous commented at 12:46PM on 05/18/13
    Gartland Classification fixed. thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:58PM on 05/17/13
    good!!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:55AM on 05/17/13
    Typo in the supracondylar fracture - peds section ---- in the classification table, "Gartland Classificaiton" is spelled wrong.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:01PM on 05/13/13
    We think we resolved the issue with the ipad returning to the login page during a session. Please let us know if you are having continued problems with your ipad. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:30PM on 05/11/13
    We are having some issues with ipad login. It can be sporadic. We are working on it, and it should be fixed next week. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:44PM on 05/11/13
    I can't pass my account ??!!?? With correct passwords and details what's up
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    Anonymous commented at 12:49PM on 05/10/13
    Dr. Basnet,

    Great idea. The goal is to eventually be able to mark all content as read/watched. Ideally members should be able to keep track of what they have already read/watched, how many times they have read/watched it, and review their personal notes. These are all components of a "StudyKit" function we are building. Timeline for these functions are "months". Thanks for you patience, and your great feedback and ideas. It makes a big difference.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:16AM on 05/10/13
    After watching videos in Orthobullets can't it appear as "Watched" just as it happens in Youtube, so that it will be easier for students like us when viewing videos to know it is first time we are watching the video or have already watched it before.It would be nice if something can be done. Thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:43AM on 05/09/13
    Dr. Alam Edden,

    Critical feedback that leads to the improvement in our content is WELCOMED in the comments section under topics and questions. We LOVE critical feedback (even notifications that something is spelled wrong). Once we make the changes we will remove your comment.

    Orthobullets improves through the feedback of our members. Critical feedback is the stuff that helps the most.

    If you like the content, no need to comment, just rate it with the star rating system. We rely heavily on our star-rating system to improve content. E.g., any topic that does not have a 4-star rating gets revised. Same with questions, although it is a little different because members often rate questions poorly just because they are tough and they get them wrong, which does not necessarily mean it is a bad question.

    Most of all, please take the time to comment on cases and questions. If everyone takes the time to teach each other, then we can build something that makes a difference.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:50AM on 05/07/13
    How Can I inform about dead links of fig's &. questions?
    Best wishes, Great site
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    Anonymous commented at 10:05PM on 05/05/13
    I want to access a post humerla fracture rehab protocol , should I be able to click on the highlighted blue writing?
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    Anonymous commented at 9:09AM on 05/04/13
    Amazing work...i dont know if this is the best place to ask this..but is there a similar site for general surgery, thats succinct and to the point,with covering of all angles?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:01AM on 05/03/13
    If you are having problems with you ipad, including seeing a persistent "Site Maintenance" page or problems with the Qbank, then you must clear you ipad browser cache. Here is a tutorial on how to do it.

    https://www.orthobullets.com/video/view?id=801
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    Anonymous commented at 6:40PM on 05/01/13
    If you register for the site, and it says sending a confirmation email, and you dont get one, be sure to check your spam folder. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:32PM on 05/01/13
    If you are having difficulty registering, please send us an email at info@orthobullets.com. We released some new code an it might be affecting some individuals.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:18AM on 05/01/13
    i cant get to register with ur site. each time i do. i dont recieve a mail. what's the problem?
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    Anonymous commented at 5:23PM on 04/22/13
    I would like to thank u regarding this rich informative site and with frequent updating it....i would like to register on ABOS...... best wishes
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    Anonymous commented at 4:25PM on 04/18/13
    I'm going to sound like an old fart, but here goes.
    Back when I was in residency, there were NO resources like this. OKU was in its infancy and we used old OITE exams (with answers researched ourselves) for studying. Residency had little organization other than rotating through defined subject areas.
    Granted, the topics were less rigorous simply because there were few classification schemes and both biochemistry and genetics were yet to be fully elucidated. Treatments were biased based on personal and institutional clout, and regional variation was more entrenched. This has been over a mere twenty years!
    You guys at Orthobullets have done a stellar job in organizing the subject matter and updating the material. I suspect one gets more out of it each time through, and I found explanations and greater clarity for things I've taken as a blind memorization these many years. If you're accomplishing this ON TOP of a regular surgical caseload, my hat is off to you!
    Please keep up the good work and please be around the next time I recertify!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:21PM on 04/17/13
    I keep getting bounced off and can't get logged back in. What's up?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:37AM on 04/17/13
    Excellent work. The attention to detail here is really obvious and impressive.

    One small thing, the ulno-carpal abutment page seems to have been offline for a few days.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:55PM on 04/14/13
    very nicely presented,


    Dr. Dnyanesh
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    Anonymous commented at 10:41AM on 04/14/13
    Anonymous,

    Understood on ipad app and that is fair criticism. It dropped down on our priority list, and sorry if we gave the false impression it was coming. We are still working on it, but have prioritized some other products that we think are more important.

    We heard that the OITE changed, and people said it was "almost like they were intentionally making the questions different from Orthobullets". We think that is a good thing. If Orthobullets is forcing more original content and less repeats, that means the educational value of the OITE is improving and we think that is a good thing. Our 2012 questions will target these new educational objective.

    With that said, we have gotten many reports of people who used orthobullets for this year's OITE, and they did very well. Here is one such testimonial.

    "I am an ortho intern. I used your site exclusively for my OITE this year (2012) and got a 98%. It really is a great site." - Resident, USA, 4.3.13

    We are cranking out our 2012 questions and they will be ready shortly. We put a lot of our resources behind improving our topics, and hopefully you noticed a difference there. In addition, instead of releasing the new questions real time, we are holding them to release in batches so people can take mock exam with never been seen questions.

    But points taken:
    1) If you say an App is coming, then deliver. Sorry, our mistake. App will likely be another 3 months.
    2) Keep the fresh questions coming. Will do, and you will see them before July 15th.

    We appreciate the honest feedback. Your comment will be taken very seriously and we will get on it.

    The OB Team.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:48PM on 04/13/13
    You really need to create a mobile app or iPad app. You've been advertising for over a year now that it would be "ready in the next few months."

    Last years OITE was very different from your Q bank and things are changing. Residents are going to start going elsewhere for study materials.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:52PM on 04/10/13
    Very Very well done , i wish we had something like this for PM&R .Your review plan for the board exam is so focused . Amazing Work.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:44AM on 03/30/13
    Anonymous, we absolutely agree. So often there are "accepted facts" that we really don't have adequate evidence to support. Orthobullets is working on a interesting project that will present "evidence" to support all of our "bullet" statements.

    The problem is there is so much evidence out there it is hard to figure out what is important and what is not. Evaluating all the evidence is an enormous job, and that is why we need our community to help. Only collectively as a community can we get this job done. So please take the time to vote on the 4 poll questions under the journal club posts. It will make a big difference.

    If we all make a tiny contribution to this site, we can make a big difference on how orthopaedics is learned, and potentially practiced.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:17PM on 03/28/13
    This is a comprehensive site for general facts, but the apparent lack of evidence citing makes this unfortunately less helpful when trying to understnd the strength of evidence behind some of the general statements.
    Would strongly recommend being more transparent about the strength of the evidence as well as citing recent high quality lterature that supports the assertions made.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:21AM on 03/25/13
    I passed Saudi Board of Orthopedics 2012 as well as Jordaian Board of Orthopedics 2013. ORTHOBULLETS was really behaind that. Thanks Orthobullets.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:57PM on 03/12/13
    SCFE in the test is error in typing word radiograph

    DISCUSSION: Figure A represents the Southwick method of determining slip severity, and this can help guide treatment and determine slip severity. Determining the severity of SCFE using the Southwick method or slip angle is accomplished by subtracting the epiphyseal-shaft angle on the uninvolved side from that on the side with SCFE on the frog leg lateral pelvis radgiograph.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:52AM on 03/05/13
    I just passed the Greek board exams using orthobullets as my main source of studying.Thanks orthobullets!!!!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 4:22AM on 03/05/13
    On the 'about' page the word debt is spelt wrong.
    Otherwise fantastic!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:02PM on 03/03/13
    I signed up for the ABOS Part I study plan group. Unfortunately, I registered for it a late and I am now going back and reviewing some of the previously covered topics. It appears that the group wall cuts off after a certain number of posts - I can only scroll back to day #22. Does anyone still have the first 3 weeks of this curriculum and if so could it be posted somewhere on the site? Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:12AM on 03/01/13
    looking forward to an iphone app... any updates on release dates?
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    Anonymous commented at 1:25PM on 02/27/13
    Having recently passed the FRCS Orth over here I have to say I am deeply indebted to you and your team for a fabulous resource. I found the Miller online lectures a great help too and highly recommend them and you to everyone.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:54AM on 02/23/13
    awesome site for ortho knowledge and case sharing!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:01PM on 02/22/13
    Just wanted to thank all the team at Orthobullets for all their hard work. This is by far the best website for reference and questions for the FRCS orth.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:19AM on 02/21/13
    It would be nice if you add a CME section.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:00AM on 02/16/13
    Knee dislocation in sport section has wrong link. The link go to ACL topic, not knee dislocation.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:33AM on 02/09/13
    still need shoulder/elbow section or separate or clump hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder into upper extremity section
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    Anonymous commented at 8:33AM on 02/09/13
    still need shoulder/elbow section or separate or clump hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder into upper extremity section
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    Anonymous commented at 11:23AM on 02/04/13
    Hi, this is an excellent website for quick revision. Any chance Android app will be available too? Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 4:10PM on 02/03/13
    Derek try to adopt the "opt out" feature that vumedi uses so you can opt out of only some discussions and remain on other discussions; based on topic; ie prox humerus fractures, hip fractures, etc
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    Anonymous commented at 9:23AM on 01/30/13
    Members,

    We apologize the site was down for some time this morning. We did a routine deployment of new functions. In the future we will announce in advance that we are doing a deployment, so you can plan accordingly.

    Based on your feedback, we have some really exciting new functions coming down the pipeline, and I think you will like them. After all, many of them are your great ideas.

    Thanks for your patience, and again we apologize for any inconvenience this morning.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:44AM on 01/28/13
    I prefer if Post-op Rehabilitation is added, like Weight bearing or partial ...etc.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:52AM on 01/26/13
    I recently started using this site and I am extremely happy to find such a great site. No doubt this site will forever in my life be my no.1 site. Best thing about it is that even though if you lack a good teacher to guide you it will guide you towards correct directions regarding orthopaedic knowledge. Deepak Kumar Basnet, Junior Resident, Orthopaedics, Jiamusi University, China
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    Anonymous commented at 10:08AM on 01/14/13
    Members,

    We updated the site this morning and you should now be able to continue old test taken in VEQTR learning mode. Let us know if you have any questions.

    Thanks for your patience.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:43AM on 01/09/13
    I would like to register in (2013 ABOS Part I Orthobullets Study Plan).
    With my best wishes
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    Anonymous commented at 3:31PM on 01/06/13
    Members,

    You might have noticed that you can no longer continue tests that you created previously. This is because on our most recent upgrade we accidentally put a timed limit on tests in the VEQTR learning mode. It will be fixed next week.

    Sorry for any inconvenience.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:15AM on 01/06/13
    Ok, I dont think we have ever tested that device (browser/operating system). We will get my engineering team on it.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:00PM on 01/05/13
    I can't get silk browser with kindle fire to login with my username and password . it keeps returning to login prompt??
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    Anonymous commented at 10:58AM on 01/05/13
    What do people think about the new image pop up window. Now you can move it so you can see the questions in the background.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:22AM on 01/05/13
    Albert, Nice pick up. Yep that is a bug. You can still tag questions under VEQTR Testing mode, but it is not appearing under topics. We will fix it. Should take several days.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:58PM on 01/04/13
    Has the option to Tag Questions been removed? If so, is it permanent?
    Thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:49AM on 01/04/13
    Dear Derek,

    All working now.
    I like the additional facility to see what other people have answered. A great tool to see if Im making common mistakes or my own revision problem/reading the question etc.

    Many thanks

    DAfydd
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    Anonymous commented at 10:48AM on 01/03/13
    I like to thank you, I would like to register in (2013 ABOS Part I Orthobullets Study Plan).
    With my best wishes
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    Anonymous commented at 6:59PM on 01/02/13
    Sorry we are making some technology changes and the site is running slower.

    We are aware of the issue with the topics uploading slowly and fixing it.

    Can you give me more details on when the questions are slow so we can fix it.

    Thanks for your patience!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:25AM on 01/02/13
    i've been reding this site for a year or two, and its awesome, thanks Derek, and all the orthobullets team. The study plan is great as well, my exam for the board in my conuntry is in feb 23rd, but of course i will be joining the study group!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:44AM on 12/28/12
    Anonymous,

    Please send an email to info@orthobullets.com if you are having problems registering.

    Some members were having issues with their confirmation email. We made changes on Orthobullets V3.0 that was released yesterday, and hopefully that issue is now resolved. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:41AM on 12/28/12
    Dr. Kanah,

    Thank you!

    We are putting the final touches on the 2013 Study Plan. It will begin Jan 2nd. It will become clear how to register shortly.

    I am just one of the individuals behind this site, it has been a team effort from the beginning.

    We just made some major changes to the site. Let us know what you think of the improvements. The topics will load slowly for a week or so until we make some additional enhancements.

    Happy New Years, and thanks for the feedback!

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    Anonymous commented at 6:34AM on 12/28/12
    I like to thank you Dr. Derek Moor for this a nice informative site for reviewing of orthopaedic knowlege .Also I would like to register in (2013 ABOS Part I Orthobullets Study Plan).
    With my best wishes
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    Anonymous commented at 7:17PM on 12/24/12
    A very challenging site but sometimes I couldnt find where I put my comment
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    Anonymous commented at 5:05PM on 12/20/12
    this site is great but i am fustrated by need to create account and login to view videos.
    i am having difficulty setting up account
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    Anonymous commented at 7:22AM on 12/20/12
    Orthobullets provides the most comprehensive,focused,and uptodate reading material that is currently available to trainees.

    Has made big difference to trainee's ability to perform evidence based medicine.

    Excellant site.

    thanks orthobullets
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    Anonymous commented at 10:59PM on 12/11/12
    I strongly recommend this site for all resident in training of Orthopaedic Surgery it has great informations and I find it very helpful resource and excellent review for board exam.

    Thanks Orthobullets.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:39PM on 12/10/12
    There should be NO advertising on this site.
    -Matthew D Putnam, MD
    Professor UMN
    LTC USAR
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    Anonymous commented at 10:01AM on 12/08/12
    Excellent source of knowledge..as a ortho resident i usualy dont get much time to sit down wid buks to read..orthobullets is like studying on the go when i am in wards or hospital..reccomend u to make an app like medscape..
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    Anonymous commented at 10:17AM on 12/04/12
    How can I review the tests that I have done?
    This would be very helpful but I can't find a way!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:34PM on 12/02/12
    Is there anyway that we can sign into our account and be able to highlight some important material for reviewing later?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:17PM on 11/30/12
    Amazing resource.
    Although British format is different to American board exams, this is an invaluable revision aid.I hadn't imagined hitting a score of 82% in my exams.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:46PM on 11/28/12
    Brilliant,thank you orthobullets!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:46AM on 11/12/12
    A fantastic educational resource.Played a very big role in helping me acheive success in FRCS (ORTH) exam. I recommend it to anyone planning to take on the FRCS. I have also noticed that the site is getting better by the day, which is brilliant.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:09PM on 11/11/12
    gr8 web site
    Hope this could be converted into an app like medscape
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    Anonymous commented at 11:53AM on 11/11/12
    Excellent website, so instrumental in my FRCS success.
    Thank you orthobullets team.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:50AM on 11/07/12
    have you thought about adding a segment on spinal cord injury without radiographic abnormality?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:19PM on 11/05/12
    I dont know how to thank you !! this is a great site and i wish to offer you can provide printing property of the pages without printing the index in the left side and the comment below .. and if possible offering a pdf copy of the entire site to allow all students and doctors to stay with the great content of the site every where they go !!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:51AM on 11/05/12
    Michael, we are launching a new version in several weeks, and we highlight the correct answer. Thanks for the feedback!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:06PM on 11/02/12
    is it possible on reviewing tests on Test Master that the correct answer gets highlighted (i.e. in green) and our incorrect answers get highlighted (i.e. in red)?
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    Anonymous commented at 5:36AM on 10/23/12
    good tool though i think you should not restrict it to much
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    Anonymous commented at 9:57AM on 10/17/12
    Fantastic tool... It took me trough my European Board Exam... It's not enough to do it, but it allows you to organize your study and ideas
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    Anonymous commented at 8:32AM on 10/14/12
    Fantastic Resource. State of the art for a specialty.
    Cases, videos, tests, info, etc.
    Congratulations, you are a credit to your guild. I doubt if other specialties have such a fine site.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:30AM on 10/11/12
    Nice Application
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    Anonymous commented at 1:39PM on 10/07/12
    Phenomenal site. I think you should add an editing function a lot like microsoft word. You could see suggested changes and either accept or reject them.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:29PM on 10/05/12
    I had the unfortunate position of having failed part 1 of my boards for 3 straight years. I did not discover Orthobullets until last year but embraced it fully and made it my primary source of study. I did every single question on the website and used the study methods suggested by Derek Moore. I have no doubt that Orthobullets was the primary reason that I finally passed my boards. I will be eternally grateful to Derek Moore and the Orthobullets contributors and I wholeheartedly endorse this website.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:22PM on 10/03/12
    beautiful site ..CHAT option may be really helpful and fun to have :) Thanks a ton !!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:08PM on 09/30/12
    thank u so much for this site
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    Anonymous commented at 1:14PM on 09/30/12
    much obliged to log me in this valuable site many thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 3:00PM on 09/27/12
    Hi,
    I have a suggestion , if sample dictations as you see patient in clinic are collected here will be great and fun. It will help us to improve standards of our dictations especially those orthopaedic residents who are not in training in US and UK.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:56PM on 09/26/12
    did you send a message to info@orthobullets.com?
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    Anonymous commented at 2:42PM on 09/26/12
    PLEASE LET ME JOIN ORTHOBULLETS SOONLY WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH LOGIN IN
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    Anonymous commented at 6:52PM on 09/25/12
    The section on fibous dysplasia treatment says curretage and bone grafting, but this is not really useful as bone graft generally will resorb back to fibrous dysplasia. Generally PMMA cement is used in operative treatment of fibrous dysplasis.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:42PM on 09/23/12
    This site was a fundamental component of my preparation for the ABOS exam. Without the integrated feedback from the practice test modules I was having a difficult time formulating a study program. After working through the practice exams my weaknesses were exposed and could hone my knowledge of those deficient areas. With great pride I can now say I have passed the Boards. Thanks, Orthobullets!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:20PM on 09/22/12
    Thank you for your constant effort in improving the site!!!
    I hadn't been around for a few months and the improvements are awesome.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:03PM on 09/21/12
    If you are having problems registering then please send an email to info@orthobullets.com and we will resolve it immediately. We think the problem is our confirmation email is not getting through spam filters at academic institutions. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:40PM on 09/21/12
    Did anyone ever find a solution to the log in errors on this site?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:56AM on 09/21/12
    It would be awesome to have a section of sample dictations
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    Anonymous commented at 12:44PM on 09/19/12
    since along time i tried to log in this site but i failed please let me log in this valuable site i want to know where is the problem of logging
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    Anonymous commented at 10:51AM on 09/16/12
    If you morning lectures at your program are weak and not Part 1 oriented do this program early as a PYG3 and again as a PGY4. At the end you will be a better MD that ever!!!
    In my time we did't have this tools

    Program Director
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    Anonymous commented at 10:47AM on 09/16/12
    Yeah!!! those other review course are off target!!!
    Don't ask me how I know!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:45AM on 09/16/12
    I am happy to report that I passed the test thanks to orthobullets!!!!! I failed last year...... this situation becomes a problem in your life. But all I wanted to share with anybody in this situation is that this program helps, work on the test endurance and the content of the questions are closer to the test that any other review tool!!!!!!!

    In my book this is a must!!!!!!!

    Thank you Dr. Moore for your advice and time!!!!
    My regards,

    A happy Otho MD.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:39AM on 09/09/12
    Hi everyone
    M preparing for exit exam... Orthobullets is great site but m also looking for recent advances. Anyone can help me with any suggestion of any website where i can find all what i want about recent advances in orthopaedics
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    Anonymous commented at 12:26AM on 09/06/12
    Comment removed.

    We apologize, but this website is not intended to provide information to patients.

    Sincerely,
    The Orthobullets Team
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    Anonymous commented at 4:39PM on 09/05/12
    Sorry you are having difficulty logging in. Sometimes the confirmation emails get blocked for various reasons. Please send an email to info@orthobullets.com and we will get you registered in no time. Thanks, and sorry for any inconvenience.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:25AM on 09/05/12
    sir i have done registration but stil unable to get reach q bank and every time when i open it ask for log in pease please solve my problem i m very much intersted in this site
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    Anonymous commented at 5:56AM on 08/29/12
    I would love to see an app version of orthobullets (iPhone and Android). specifically it would be great to have access to the QBank on the run
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    Anonymous commented at 5:56AM on 08/29/12
    I would love to see an app version of orthobullets (iPhone and Android). specifically it would be great to have access to the QBank on the run
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    Anonymous commented at 5:54AM on 08/29/12
    I would love to see an app version of orthobullets (iPhone and Android). specifically it would be great to have access to the QBank on the run
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    Anonymous commented at 9:44PM on 08/22/12
    Trevor,

    Great idea. We are developing a series of "my study tools", so you can mark questions you have already reviewed. It is going to take a month or two to complete.

    Awesome idea...we are working on it.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 9:43PM on 08/22/12
    If you are having difficulty logging in, then please send a message to info@orthobullets.com. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:42PM on 08/22/12
    Anonymous,

    There is no reason the 14 stages are in that particular order and the curriculum can be taken in a different order. The full day mock exam should go in the end.

    In my opinion review all the questions. If you got it correct, it will be quick to go over it, but it is the rapid and frequent repetition that matters most for memorization.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:29PM on 08/21/12
    great place to be for residents like me ....can we have a section of recent advances . it would be of great help because one has already heard about the concept some where but authentic and complete review is not available easily...felt the crunch so ..
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    Anonymous commented at 6:29PM on 08/20/12
    Derek I am in the middle of the 14 stage review for my MOC exam. Is there a reason the 14 stages are placed in that order? Also when I review using VEQTR should I review all the questions that way or only the ones I missed.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:48AM on 08/18/12
    M having difficulty logging
    Cannot see coments
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    Anonymous commented at 8:14PM on 08/17/12
    Derek, fantastic site. I'm a resident currently using it to prep for the OITE. Might be helpful, for review purposes, if the scroll bar on the left of each review section (trauma, spine, etc...) had a check box to keep track of what you've reviewed and what is left to go over. Just a thought. THanks
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    Anonymous commented at 10:19AM on 08/12/12
    I found the website very useful during my preparation for FRCS (Orth), and passed the Part 1 in june 2012. Thanks for this comprehensive website and keep up the goodwork.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:49AM on 08/03/12
    spine
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    Anonymous commented at 9:50AM on 08/03/12
    I got through my MD (Orthopaedic surgery). I used orthobullets as my main review guide. It was very useful. A fantastic site. My great thanks for the orthobullet team & their excellent work. Thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:10AM on 07/20/12
    simply, it is orthobullet, like this web
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    Anonymous commented at 8:35PM on 07/16/12
    werewrew
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    Anonymous commented at 8:35PM on 07/16/12
    gtedfg
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    Anonymous commented at 5:42PM on 07/11/12
    Jeremy, awesome idea! We will work to add that.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:41PM on 07/11/12
    Adam, we will look into it, but it probably has to do with questions that are "hidden" because they have not been approved, but the Qbank is counting them as available.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:20AM on 07/11/12
    There seems to be an error in how the test bank calculates how many questions I have remaining. I did all the QBank questions. Now I'm going back and selectively doing questions I missed. Now the QBank says I have -26 questions remaining. Probably a simple fix.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:19PM on 07/09/12
    It would be great for the q-bank to know how many questions on each subject you have done and how many are left.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:56AM on 07/09/12
    I used Orthobullets as my my main preparation for my recertification exam. Practicing computer question after computer question was perfect in getting ready for a computer exam. The actual exam actually seemed a bit easier than the Orthobullets tests. Thank you, Orthobullets, for helping me to pass!

    Vince Waldron MD, FACS
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    Anonymous commented at 8:26PM on 07/08/12
    Dear Orthobullets Members,

    Due to a large increase in traffic, our current servers have become "overloaded", and the Orthobullets site is functioning poorly.

    Therefore, we are going to upgrade our server power, which should resolve these issues.

    To do the upgrade, the site will be unavailable for 15 to 30 minutes.

    We plan on doing this upgrade today, Sunday July 8th from 3:30 to 4:00 PM ET today.

    Again, we apologize for the inconvenience, but hopefully this will resolves the issues.

    Sincerely,

    The Orthobullets Team.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:29PM on 07/08/12
    Members,

    Do to the surge in traffic, our current amazon servers are "overloaded". We are working with Amazon now to increase our server bandwidth. I apologize for the inconvenience. I realize it is crunch time, and we are doing everything we can to fix the situation. It should be fixed by later today or latest by tomorrow morning.

    I am really sorry. We thought we took the proper actions to prevent this from happening.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 5:18PM on 07/08/12
    Members,

    We realize the QBank Create test function is having some issues. We believe it is due to the increase in traffic, and we are working hard to fix it.

    It should only happens when you create a test with the following options:
    "incorrect only" OR "unused and incorrect"
    AND
    "specialty exams (anatomy & basic science)"

    To get around the problem please create tests with the following options:
    "incorrect only" OR "unused and incorrect"
    AND
    "Select all specialty exams"
    OR
    "All Standard Test"

    It will take a while to generate the test. Please be patient.

    Sorry for any inconvenience.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 2:51PM on 07/06/12
    FYI - For a rectangle, the moment of interia is NOT (b*h) to the third power, it is b* (h to the third power).
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    Anonymous commented at 2:18PM on 07/02/12
    Thanks for such a great site. I have just passed the UK FRCS MCQ and EMQ thanks to Orthobullets with a score of 77% in both. You can expect to get 10% higher marks in the real thing compared to your score on Orthobullets. Thanks to all the team for making this an essential part of the revision preparation for anyone taking the FRCS ORTH
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    Anonymous commented at 4:23AM on 07/01/12
    Working now.
    Strange.

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 4:15AM on 07/01/12
    Running into a technical glitch.
    Not sure if the site is no longer recognizing my login.
    I had updated my email address yesterday as I was about to lose my residency .edu address.
    I would hate to lose all test aster and tagged questions.
    Any suggestions

    Email: gtgendy@msn.com
    User: George Gendy

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 7:13PM on 06/30/12
    Janay,

    The problem arose because you last name on orthobullets differed from your last name on Paypal. This is why it is important that your first and last name are accurate and complete on orthobullets.

    In addition, if you are graduating from residency, and your email is being cancelled, be sure to update your email at the following link. This is where you can correct your first and last name as well.

    https://www.orthobullets.com/user/update

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    Anonymous commented at 7:07PM on 06/30/12
    Janay,

    We added you to the group and you will now have access. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Derek
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    Anonymous commented at 11:36PM on 06/28/12
    I paid for the miller webinar for board review. I do not have access to the session. what do I do?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:34PM on 06/26/12
    It's really a great website
    Thanks for the organisers And the authors
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    Anonymous commented at 6:25PM on 06/24/12
    Ths is a great resource for board prep, but as I do the questions, I am curious: Why do the Orthobullets questions seem to reference OITE but not SAE? Copyright issues?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:06PM on 06/22/12
    I recently passed the recertification exam in orthopaedics administered by the ABOS. My studying was based on OrthoBullets. There is NO reason to spend your hard earned money on Academy review courses and CME's..... Just do what I did...... Use Orthobullets.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:29PM on 06/21/12
    I attended the Miller course and was wondering how to access the webinars, I'm not sure how to access them and nothing shows up under "My Groups" Any suggestions? Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:18AM on 06/11/12
    Hi! I am an Orthopaedics and Traumatology resident from Portugal. I think it would be quite interesting if you created an online course. For example, we could have a theme to study each week or two weeks, followed by an exam (each week/two weeks). At the end, all themes from Orthobullets site have been studied and, if we passed in exams, we could have access to a Certificate. Regards, Joana
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    Anonymous commented at 3:57PM on 06/08/12
    Guys, keep up the good work. This site, along with the Miller text, has become the mainstay of my exam prep.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:46PM on 06/08/12
    Neil, great idea. We will work to develop that function.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:45PM on 06/08/12
    Dr. Matar,

    That is great news! Congrats. I am glad orthobullets was helpful!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:59AM on 06/08/12
    Hello, I have just registered. Could you create a feature where we could sign up to a daily question from the bank via email? That would be really great for prompting me to keep my reading going and keep coming back to the site.

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 6:15AM on 06/08/12
    Thanks for orthobullet 2days ago icleared my exam & iwill start my orthopeadics surgery programm
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    Anonymous commented at 11:54PM on 06/03/12
    I have just registered. Can I post questions about specific cases on your system? If so, what section of your webpage do I use? Cheers
    Phil Frawley FRACS(orth)
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    Anonymous commented at 10:06PM on 05/31/12
    very usefull webste
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    Anonymous commented at 8:43PM on 05/31/12
    Cannot access Qbank. Is there a problem? I have registered as required but never get any confirmation emails on the email addess provided, and hence cannot activate the account. Previously I could access the Qbank without having to log in.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:58PM on 05/28/12
    If I create a test in VEQTR learning mode and come back to complete it at a later time, for some reason it no longer allows me to see the preferred responses as I go. It still allows me to finish the test and review all questions at the end, but doesnt allow me to see the explanation after answering each question. Also, this has been a wonderful website and I'm very thankful for all of the work and time that the staff spends making it better every day.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:17PM on 05/27/12
    I cant log in is there a problem with the site?
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    Anonymous commented at 7:21PM on 05/24/12
    Hi i would to suggest you to bring out iphone/ipad app
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    Anonymous commented at 4:45AM on 05/22/12
    Very nice website for preparation of exit exam. It would be better if you can use list out all the MCQs within the same web page, rather than clicking it every time for another MCQ. Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 8:57PM on 05/21/12
    Very nice website, that I'm using to prepare my FMH in traumatology/orthopedics specialists in Switzerland. Thank a lot for your great job !
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    Anonymous commented at 2:07PM on 05/20/12
    Dos, Thank you for bringing that to our attention.

    At the moment, you can create a Group Exam using "Tagged Questions" but you can not create a Personal Test using "Tagged Questions".

    We will add that function shortly, likely within a week.

    Thanks for the great idea/feedback!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:45PM on 05/19/12
    Maybe you can help me Why i can not see the videos ??
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    Anonymous commented at 10:29PM on 05/19/12
    Thank you very for a fantastic website
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    Anonymous commented at 6:56PM on 05/19/12
    Very nice site for resident and those who are preparing for exam thanks alot
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    Anonymous commented at 12:32PM on 05/19/12
    Can anyone please post a short note on 'Differentiating features of Head Injury from Cerebral Symptoms of Fat Embolism'
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    Anonymous commented at 12:51AM on 05/19/12
    Is there a way to "Create a Test" made up of questions from my "tagged" list?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:04AM on 05/17/12
    I wanted to mirror a suggestion below about creating a "notes page":

    - Each question should have an extra place on the bottom (as there is for comments), for users to "add own notes". This could then be saved to the individual user profile...

    - The notes should then be remembered and placed on user's dashboard, So that each time logging onto site the user could re-read their short notes from questions

    - The other suggestion about adding highlights/underline/etc is good too, but that would probably be a harder program to create and manage

    Future options could then include users sharing their notes with select friends or to the orthobullets public forum.


    Thank you for the excellent site!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:30AM on 05/16/12
    Are you planning in the near future to create podcasts?keep up the good work!
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    Anonymous commented at 7:44PM on 05/14/12
    thanks dr derek
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    Anonymous commented at 7:02PM on 05/14/12
    Dear Derek et al, thanks for a comprehensive, concise, accessible and up-to-date website. It was crucial to passing the UK FRCS(Tr&Orth) writtens, clinicals and oral viva voce. I'm sure i'll still be using orthobullets for years to come.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:43PM on 05/14/12
    Are you planning in the near future to create podcasts?keep up the good work!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:51PM on 05/13/12
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    Anonymous commented at 2:51PM on 05/13/12
    can i have the answers of OITE 2010 and 2011 please
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    Anonymous commented at 2:46PM on 05/13/12
    Thaks for this amazing site
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    Anonymous commented at 8:03PM on 05/09/12
    very good and very useful site.. material given here is enough to help to pass my post graduate exam....
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    Anonymous commented at 2:42PM on 05/06/12
    amazing site. absolutely wonderful and is obvious how hard the admin work to improve it. a suggestion, there should be an area to either highlight or make notes on tagged questions that is only avail to that particular member. for ex, if i like the explanation in question 37 i can tag it, highlight it and make notes summarizing the explanation, so when it comes time to review it is quick and easy...how does that sound? thanks again
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    Anonymous commented at 6:21AM on 05/06/12
    This is the best and simplest to understand orthopaedic website for orthopaedic residents and young orthopaedic surgeons I have ever browsed through in recent time. Derek Moore, thumb up to you.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:23PM on 05/05/12
    please i need answers of oite 2010 and oite 2011
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    Anonymous commented at 5:17PM on 04/28/12
    Hecto, not only for residents, I have more than 25 yrs in orthopaedic surgery, and let me tell you, I visit this website and learn a lot. Keep working orthobullet, Thanks Derek.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:23PM on 04/28/12
    Excelent website for resident... Thanks from Santiago, Chile
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    Anonymous commented at 5:26AM on 04/24/12
    Quid 204 answer discussion states Treatment of most patients with thoracolumbar fractures is non-surgical. Patients who are neurologically intact with less than 25 degrees of kyphosis, less than 50% loss of vertebral height, and less than 50% of canal compromise and an intact posterior longitudinal ligament are the best candidates for nonsurgical treatment. Regarding the degree of acceptable kyphosis, is it 25 or 30 degrees?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:34AM on 04/21/12
    orthobullets please add to QBANK 2011 tests
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    Anonymous commented at 3:28AM on 04/18/12
    What is a child has an absent anterior tibial muscle andis club footed?what could be the diagnosis and has recently had a tendor transfer.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:35AM on 04/17/12
    DR SHAHIN FROM QATAR I PASSED MY ARAB BOARD EXAM BY READING AND LEARNING FROM THIS WEBSITE . THANK YOU ORTHOBULLET
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    Anonymous commented at 8:14AM on 04/16/12
    Regarding technical functionality of the website: I have a difficult time viewing images that are embedded by the camera icon on my iPad 3. This includes both those Images in tutorials and those in Qbank questions. Is there a way to view these Images more easily?
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    Anonymous commented at 8:53PM on 04/15/12
    Regarding changing answers at the end of the mock exams during the "review" of the answer choices before submitting the test: I found that I need to change the answer choice, then advance to the next question, then return to the "review" page in order to record the change, prior to submitting the results.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:08PM on 04/15/12
    hi
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    Anonymous commented at 4:44PM on 04/10/12
    In terms of the Miller Review/Orthobullets curriculum, is there a way to access webinars after they are given? Some people are on call during the scheduled webinars. I know that with other webinars, they are accessible after the date given.

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 9:44AM on 04/10/12
    I like this website, and have no words really to thank the orthobullets team, for their hard work.
    For me the main great thing in this website, that one will be able to answer most of OKO, OSAE, that’s mean, one will know the important testable material in orthopaedics, but not a detailed knowledge in every subspecialty in orthopaedics.
    There is a very useful comments here, but a lot of comments ask for more details, and more illustrations...etc.
    I am not one of the orthobullets team, and this is JUST MY OPINION, and I would like to ask my colleagues in this wonderful speciality,the members, to know about this. there is a lot of literature if one wants to know more details in any topic, and I believe that the orthobullets team have experts in every field of orthopaedics ,who can give a more detailed and deep knowledge ,but there is no need for this here in this website,,(this is not a site to prepare spine surgeon, or hand surgeon,...).
    Again, this is my opinion, and maybe I am not right.
    My regards for all members.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:47AM on 04/06/12
    Thanks... From Chile.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:26AM on 04/06/12
    Thank you very much for the site.it help me to understand more about orthopedic.i hope it will help me in my exam.thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:56PM on 04/03/12
    Hi there. Thank you very much for the site. Has been very helpful for my exams. Thanks again
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    Anonymous commented at 8:09PM on 04/02/12
    Anonymous,

    I have never taken the recertification exam, so I can not say from personal experience. Many of our testimonials say however that orthobullets is a useful method to prepare for the recertification exam. I will post a post, and see if we can get some feedback on this issue.

    Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 8:06PM on 04/02/12
    Anonyomous,

    We will look into this before the next exam. Sorry about that glitch.

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    Anonymous commented at 7:40PM on 03/31/12
    Just finished the first Mock 1/2 day exam. After going through the "review" of my answer choices at the end of the exam, I changed 7 to the correct answers but the change did not get reflected in the final score. I realize I shouldn't have chosesn the incorrect answer in the first place, but I just wanted to let you know of the glitch. Thanks for all your help.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:18PM on 03/29/12
    How does the info here relate to the recertification exam? Do the percentage of question topics also relate? Any other sites recommended fot preparation for the recertification?
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    Anonymous commented at 1:39AM on 03/27/12
    I don't see the registration button for Dr Millers online review. Could you help me out?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:58PM on 03/23/12
    Dr Maklad,

    Thank you for the feedback. We will confirm the correct age for ossification of the medial epicondyle. In the future, if you see error in our content, please post a comment under the topic or question. This will help us identify and correct it in a more timely fashion.

    Thanks for the feedback, this site improves by users helping us identify errors. We appreciate it!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:52PM on 03/23/12
    Dr. Poulios,

    We will create a function so you can "Take Test Again". This will allow you to take a test you have already completed a second time.

    Great idea! Thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:46PM on 03/23/12
    Dr. Ayoub, the OITE is in November every year.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:45PM on 03/23/12
    Orthobullets Members,

    As the site develops, we will include "doors" to "advanced learning" content such as surgical technique learning groups, "recent advances" discussion groups, journal clubs, and interdisciplinary rehabilitation groups. I encourage users to create posts or private groups to stimulate discussion in these areas. By linking posts and groups to topics, they will appear under the review topic as "advanced learning" content.

    While we create "advanced learning" content, we will be careful not to dilute our review topics, which are designed to include the "high-yield" and "testable" facts on a condition.

    Thanks for the great feedback!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:24PM on 03/23/12
    Yes, we will remove spelling comments after the errors have been corrected. We are making an effort to "filter" for comments of educational value only.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:07PM on 03/23/12
    Is there any way that you could remove comments about spelling and grammar errors once they have been fixed so that I'm not wasting time reading these comments which are of no educational value.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:08AM on 03/22/12
    Great web site, I agree. Does anyone of the colleagues here know a radiologist in Ohio,Illinois,NY, or Michigan who is able to take an x-ray of the distal radius and measure radial heights, radial inclination, articular stepoff and volar tilt after distal radius fracture, as described on https://www.orthobullets.com/trauma/1027/distal-radius-fracture ? I am a physician, from Europe and I am here to hear a second opinion. My email: bandonhouse@gmx.com. Thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:12AM on 03/21/12
    Great web site, I Wish there were a portion for 'recent advances' in the topics
    orthopaedics and trauma
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    Anonymous commented at 4:07PM on 03/19/12
    I am sorry but I do not see'join the group'thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 4:06PM on 03/16/12
    Would you please ,tell me in which month every year you sit for the OITE ?Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 12:16PM on 03/13/12
    Really helpfull study resource indeed!But how i can repeate tests i have alredy taken?Thanks in advance?
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    Anonymous commented at 1:11PM on 03/09/12
    Ithink there,s mistak in the apophysis fusion around the elbow in the medial epicondyle .it was written in the schadule 6years.Ithink it is wrong.Te correct is 16 years.thank you.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:21PM on 03/08/12
    Just amazing! Congratulations and thanks for your help!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:07PM on 03/07/12
    excellent orthopaedic site.Ican not stop reading. thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:42PM on 03/06/12
    Dr. Ayoub, We have our own peer review process by which we create original questions based on the tested concepts and references of past OITE exams. In the future, we will write question based on the tested concepts and references of SAE questions. Our 2011 questions will be up shortly, starting April 1st. Thx.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:11AM on 03/06/12
    This site is very useful. Thanks for all your efforts.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:31PM on 03/05/12
    What an excelent orthopaedic site this is! I am studying for my residency exam now and it is helping me a lot.
    Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to improve worldwide Medicine!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:32AM on 03/05/12
    good day
    an amazing ortho. site , i would like to thank all the people behinde this big effort who like the benefit for others and really live for others
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    Anonymous commented at 11:57PM on 03/04/12
    The questions in the Qbank are from OITE till 2010,what about OITE 2011 questions?shall you add them soon?
    Is it possible also to add the OSAE questions for the recent years?
    Any body know how many OSAE books and in which topics for 2011,2012 ?Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:30PM on 03/02/12
    Everyone, we just made some major changes to the design on Orthobullets. It still needs some work, but hopefully it is an improvement. We would love your honest feedback!

    Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:19PM on 03/01/12
    Thank you Orthobullets! your site was very helpful for me to get through my MD(Ortho) examination. I wish you all the best. please continue this effort.

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    Anonymous commented at 2:31PM on 02/29/12
    hi!, I am trying to study for a test on RECON only by using de test tool, but It gave me a test on multiple topics and not only RECON as I requested. How can I fix that?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:27AM on 02/27/12
    relay its amazing and wonderful website relay i hope to pass my exams next month egyption orthopedic fellowship isa
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    Anonymous commented at 8:23PM on 02/23/12
    Thank you very much for a fantastic website and learning tool. It is an extremely useful and concise online textbook. It was critical in helping me to pass both the written FRCS orth as well as the clinical and viva examinations. Well done.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:25AM on 02/23/12
    Hi Dr. Derek Moor gracias por ser un excelente profesor y persona, por darnos una herramienta mas que nos ayude en nuestro camino del aprendizaje, fue un honor participar en una de sus cirugías de espina el día de hoy, nos vemos en el Hospital Lenin Fonseca.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:31PM on 02/20/12
    https://www.orthobullets.com/sports/3049/ac-arthritis

    All the links on AC arthritis don't seem to be working-just come up with dead webpages.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:01PM on 02/20/12
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    Anonymous commented at 10:31AM on 02/18/12
    Orthobullets was instrumental in success of my FRFS (Tr&Orth)exam. Great work.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:16AM on 02/14/12
    I have no doubt that OrthoBullets was instrumental in my success in the FRCS(Tr&Orth) of the Intercollegiate Speciality Boards in the UK - Thank you all for your hard work!
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    Anonymous commented at 3:24PM on 01/27/12
    Moayad, we are currently working on those basic anatomy pages. They still need some work, and for that reason we have not added them to the menu on the left. They should be available shortly under the anatomy section. Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:30PM on 01/25/12
    This is a very great and useful site for me,and no words to thank every one who working on it.
    I found a page in this site about the median nerve accidentally(by searching)there is no link for it in the anatomy topic.maybe it is useful to add these links at the left of the page.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:04PM on 01/24/12
    We will fix the claw hand illustration. Sorry about that.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:04PM on 01/24/12
    Ok, we are working to add more video clips, and we will try to add some of gait disorders. We are also adding video clips into the questions, because that is a recent trend on the OITE and ABOS boards.

    It would be great if members could help add some videos as well. It is easy to do, just go to Video > Create Video.

    Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:59PM on 01/24/12
    Yes, the total number of questions available decreased because we changed our criteria to make them public. Now three authors must approve the question before it goes public. We did this to improve the quality of the questions and avoid errors. We have more authors reviewing, so those questions should be back up in the near future. Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:44AM on 01/22/12
    Dear members..
    fasten your seatbelts i will be posting the most interesting and complex cases one can imagine soon on orthobullets..greats site..watchout for bonedoc
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    Anonymous commented at 5:10AM on 01/21/12
    Have some questions been removed? My testmaster says it has a total of 1146 (669 taken 477 remaining.) Fantastic website, really useful in the run up for exams.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:11AM on 01/18/12
    Great website. Am using it for the UK FRCS (T and Orth). One thing that would be great if possible is video clips of some of the more complex gait disorders, it is somthing that comes up in fairly regularly in the exams.
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    Anonymous commented at 1:13AM on 01/18/12
    https://www.orthobullets.com/hand/6010/intrinsic-minus-hand-claw-hand
    The pathoanatomy image shows the wrong labels for FDP and FDS
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    Anonymous commented at 10:02AM on 01/17/12
    Adam, that is a great idea and one that was previously discussed. The idea was that you could "check off (tag)" a topic you have reviewed. This check would appear on the menu on the left. Therefore, you could have an idea of all the topics you covered, and the ones that you still need to review. We will put that on our TO DO list. Thanks for the great idea. Keep them coming!
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    Anonymous commented at 1:30PM on 01/13/12
    Is there any way to tag topics that one has reviewed similar to the way you can tag questions? Could help in organizing a study schedule. Great site and thanks for all your efforts!
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    Anonymous commented at 11:51AM on 01/06/12
    Thanks Phil, we appreciate that. Congrats on passing Part I!!!
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    Anonymous commented at 3:03AM on 01/06/12
    For guys taking FRCS orth, you may be interested to know I did 1363 of these questions and averaged 65%. I passed Part 1 with 75% (MCQ 77%, EMQ 73%.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:04PM on 01/03/12
    Everyone, we changed it so the questions appear one at a time under the topic. What do you think?
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    Anonymous commented at 4:39PM on 12/28/11
    very useful
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    Anonymous commented at 8:30AM on 12/25/11
    Can u please create a link to the full site on the mobile version. It works well on the iPhone.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:53AM on 12/24/11
    Drop down topic search menu does not work on iPhone.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:09PM on 12/21/11
    Manav, Great feedback. I never realized people scroll through topics like that. That is an easy one and we will add it.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:19AM on 12/15/11
    great website Derek. Just wonder how do you get time to update the website. Just one suggestion ,navigation on the website could be improved. For next topic put a link at the bottom of page rather than having to go to left side menu and scroll to bottom. This really hurts
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    Anonymous commented at 3:56PM on 12/14/11
    Adam, we will address both of those issues on Friday. Thanks for the feedback, and they should both be easy to fix.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:27AM on 12/12/11
    On the iPad, when you click on the abstract link in any of the references, if the abstract takes up more than the screen there does not seem to be a way to scroll through. Swiping with 1 or 2 fingers just scrolls the page in the background. Also when resuming a test, the question order gets scrambled. Is there any way to just resume the test where you left off with the questions in the same order?
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    Anonymous commented at 7:09AM on 12/09/11
    good site..
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    Anonymous commented at 5:03PM on 12/03/11
    Darren, the email you received was a "no-reply" email. It is actually a notification for a message I sent through the orthobullets Message Function. You can find it in your Message Inbox. You can reply using our internal messaging system. I hope this is useful.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:54PM on 12/03/11
    On the iPad after u click a ñame it does not go away, the pop un that is.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:16PM on 12/03/11
    I wanna thanks who's responsible about this website
    Because I learned alot from it
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    Anonymous commented at 8:55AM on 12/03/11
    Dr.Moore, you sent me an email regarding the formatting of a mneumonic for diseases related ton the zones of growing bones. I could not reply to that email, to inform you that the last line was incorrect and on a separate line it should read METAPHYSIS - SUFE with endocrinopathy
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    Anonymous commented at 8:24AM on 11/30/11
    Navigating the website is actually not that bad on an iphone. We will create a link on the mobile version so you can go to the actual site. In addition, we are currently working on an iPhone app which will be a great addition.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:12AM on 11/26/11
    Can you make the Content Update scroll box on the main page a little bit bigger?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:12AM on 11/26/11
    Anonymous, can you tell us which link gave you that error message so we can correct it. Thanks! We will work on not using so many abbreviations: PF (ankle plantar flexion), DF (ankle dorsal flexion), PCL (posterior cruciate ligament). Thanks for your feedback.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:59AM on 11/26/11
    its awesome!! thankyou :)
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    Anonymous commented at 3:16PM on 11/25/11
    404 - File or directory not found.
    The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. ??? hope it's temporarily :)
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    Anonymous commented at 10:49AM on 11/22/11
    Dorsi-Plantar Flex?? it would be nice if you'd add an explanation(maybe at at the end)
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    Anonymous commented at 10:47AM on 11/22/11
    e.g.
    Patella
    Dislocation
    fall with DF foot
    may feel 2 "pops"
    swelling...............DF?
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    Anonymous commented at 10:47AM on 11/22/11
    e.g.
    PCL
    struck dashboard
    fall with PF foot
    posterior pain..................PF?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:14AM on 11/21/11
    Can you give us an example of the type of abbreviations that are difficult to understand? We will make an effort to use less abbreviations.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:45AM on 11/20/11
    Hi. Sometimes it is hard to find the meaming of abbreviations in the reviews.. Is there anything to fix this?
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    Anonymous commented at 7:31AM on 11/10/11
    Anonymous, I'm able to create specialty tests without any issues. Could you please email me at serge@orthobullets.com and describe what steps you are taking to create a specialty test.

    Dr. Paisley, we will add the "select all" option for specialty tests today.

    Dr. Storey, we will look into making the changes you suggested. Thanks for all your feedback.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:37PM on 11/09/11
    For some reason, I am unable to creat a specialty specific test. Am I the only one having this problem or is this the norm? By the way, this site is SUPERB!!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:30PM on 11/08/11
    i found your site few months ago, and its awesome!! thankyou very much, I appreciate your work.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:45PM on 11/06/11
    It would be very helpful if a "select all" box was added to the specialty sellection section of the Qbank. Overall a great resource!
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    Anonymous commented at 12:11PM on 11/06/11
    This site is very useful. Thanks for all your efforts.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:26PM on 11/05/11
    Have done 1363 of your questions! They have really helped me learn to apply my knowledge. Thanks for all your efforts.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:25PM on 11/05/11
    Also, in review mode, could the preferred response automatically be open?
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    Anonymous commented at 5:44AM on 11/03/11
    Gents, would it be possible to enable the pictures to be moveable, enabling one to read the question whilst viewing the pictures.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:39AM on 11/02/11
    When I go to complete a test that i did not finish, it seems to default to testing mode such that i cannot see the answer. Is there a way to complete the test in VEQTR mode so i can see the explanation of answers after each question?
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    Anonymous commented at 4:43PM on 10/28/11
    it would be nice to see the number of remaining questions for the subspecialties when creating a test. the mobile site used to list the subspecialties tests available as a,b,c, etc. and that function vanished. so now there's no way to know how many q are available - used or unused. please reactivate the subject tests or make the number of questions per subspecialty section available as one creates tests.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:11PM on 10/28/11
    Phil, we fixed it so after you complete a test, and go back to review it, your original answers appear. Thanks, great feedback. Dr. North, we will add the test clear function in the near future. Thanks, and sorry for any delays.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:56PM on 10/28/11
    Dr. Storey, we've added the selected answer for the questions in the test review mode.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:33PM on 10/28/11
    We will add the option to clear the test history very soon.
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    Anonymous commented at 3:19PM on 10/28/11
    Was wondering if there is any way to clear your test taking history?
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    Anonymous commented at 6:54AM on 10/28/11
    Anonymous, thanks for letting us know about the hip table in children. In the future, can you let us which topic you are referring to, it makes it easier for us to fix. Thanks, we really appreciate the feedback.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:27AM on 10/28/11
    The table about differential diagnosis of hip pain in children isn't currently working...
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    Anonymous commented at 2:36AM on 10/27/11
    Loving the site. Currently the links in Pes Cavus about Charcot-marie tooth and freidrich's ataxia don't work....
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    Anonymous commented at 11:50PM on 10/26/11
    thank for q bank
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    Anonymous commented at 10:26AM on 10/25/11
    Fab site. Thanks for all your efforts.
    Would be really helpful if in review mode, ones answers where shown when moving through the questions.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:58PM on 10/24/11
    This site really is an absolute lifeline -thank you!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:47PM on 10/20/11
    Excellent site, on the topics it may help to have a next page function at the bottom of each page to ease browsing
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    Anonymous commented at 12:49PM on 10/17/11
    Everything doesnt look right on my version on IE7. on dashboard is scrolling down on the right. in comments the next does not line up. please fix.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:50AM on 10/16/11
    Joana Bento Rodrigues, Orthopedics Resident in Portugal.
    Thanks to your website and iPhone application, I have been able to study anywhere at any time. Excellent job!
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    Anonymous commented at 7:54AM on 10/16/11
    The link "differential diagnosis of hip pain in children" table is not working.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:04AM on 10/15/11
    Guys...the test creation section mentions distribution reflects actual OITE distro....What is tat distribution?
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    Anonymous commented at 11:27AM on 10/12/11
    best way to keep up with the work in our field the things shared are wounderful
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    Anonymous commented at 5:50PM on 10/10/11
    We moved the Select All Questions to under the Standard Test Section. Sorry about that, but it is still there.
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    Anonymous commented at 10:29PM on 10/09/11
    hi i am doing arab board in orthopeidic i would like to make a group for people who r giving arab borad exam in orthopedic . so can u help me and paste a notifcation and ask them to join the group and share their question and answer what they get in the exam . will be very usefull for the arab world people as i think most of them they know about this website. thank you
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    Anonymous commented at 8:18PM on 10/09/11
    Great website guys, keep up the good work. I use it on a daily basis as I'm studying for the board exam and upcoming OITE. Thanks.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:11PM on 10/09/11
    The "select all" button has disappeared from the Qbank create test page. Please bring it back!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:11AM on 10/04/11
    On the iPad I dont think the entire index menu is showing up on the left.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:18PM on 10/02/11
    Sometimes when I am in the middle of a test in VEQTR mode and I click for the next question, it will take me back to the home screen for a new exam. Am I doing something wrong?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:15PM on 10/02/11
    We've added the option to select all questions in the qbank and also some of the other features based on your feedback. Thank you everyone for your feedback and please keep posting your suggestions.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:40AM on 09/29/11
    an Iphone app would be AMAZING!
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    Anonymous commented at 2:05PM on 09/28/11
    Sure, we will add a select button so you can include the entire Qbank. Good idea. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 9:18AM on 09/28/11
    any chance there could be a "select all" button added to the subject section when creating a test instead of having to click them all to make a general test? thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 12:31PM on 09/27/11
    You give it to me good
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    Anonymous commented at 3:36PM on 09/21/11
    Zoom buttons are too close together on iPad, otherwise site is working well on iPad.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:45PM on 09/21/11
    Anonymous, the Testmaster does exactly this. Go to "dashboard" and click "View test dashboard" on right. This will show you the percentage of questions you got correct and incorrect and break it down by specialty. Questions answered in both the VEQTR Learning Mode, Test mode, and Group Test Mode count towards your total score.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:40PM on 09/21/11
    Daniel, I am not exactly sure what you mean. But under the Learning Mode, once you click an answer the preferred response appears. You do need to select an answer before you can see the preferred response. We do this to force testers to try to answer the question before they see the answer. This question (correct or incorrect) is counted in your personal testmaster. We made it this way so you could not "cheat" on yourself and view the answer, then select the correct one, to incorrectly inflate you %correct on your personal testmaster. Does that make sense.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:33PM on 09/21/11
    We are working on the Android and iPhone app. Have you tried to use the mobile version.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:42PM on 09/20/11
    It would be really great if the Qbank section could save questions done and keep a quantitative score for individuals to track there progress on Orthobullets throughout residency.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:08AM on 09/20/11
    I definitely agree with the request for an Android app. Perhaps a Q-bank app plus an app dedicated to the topics?
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    Anonymous commented at 12:17PM on 09/18/11
    Can you make it so the question review mode can have a next question function? That way you don't have to go back to the menu each time to review the next question if you took the test in Test Mode. Thanks
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    Anonymous commented at 10:04PM on 09/14/11
    Any love for Android phone users? I'd love to use an ortho bullets app during my basic science lectures to stay awake...Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:02PM on 09/14/11
    Thanks for the feedback. We corrected spelling of "caused". Helping us identify small errors such as this make a big difference in helping us improve this site. Thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 10:26PM on 09/13/11
    The site is amazing!! Just a spelling mistake in Peds/DDH/Arthrogram/Limbus - caused is spelled wrong.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:28PM on 09/07/11
    I passed the European Board of Orthopaedics and make no doubt that Orthobullets was my number 1 reading source.
    Fantastic job
    I will always be thankful
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    Anonymous commented at 6:39AM on 09/07/11
    Thanks for your great effort.more than sufficient source needed for exams & practice. thanks again
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    Anonymous commented at 8:03AM on 09/01/11
    Thanks for a great resource, it's also of benefit to us specialist registrars in the UK for our FRCS(Orth) studies.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:39PM on 08/27/11
    As a radilogist looking for quick assessment of an occipital condyle fracture, I found the info very quickly. It was succinct and relevant with a good diagram. I'll download the app to ipad if its available.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:44PM on 08/27/11
    Thanks for putting this site together, it is exactly what I was trying to do independently (compile oite and ao questions and highlights of miller etc) only far more organized and easier to access. Thank you so much
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    Anonymous commented at 4:21PM on 08/27/11
    Thanks for putting this site together, it is exactly what I was trying to do independently (compile kite and ao questions and highlights of miller etc) only far more organized and easier to acces. Thank you so much
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    Anonymous commented at 7:25AM on 08/27/11
    The menu on the left is too spaced out under the topics. It goes forever.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:24AM on 08/27/11
    Author dashbaord not working on IE6. Center window with tabs falling below the menu on the left.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:19AM on 08/27/11
    Menus on the left are spaced out too much on IE6. Doesnt look right.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:20AM on 08/26/11
    Michelle, we will update orthobullets for the iPad as soon as possible. Thank you for your feedback!
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    Anonymous commented at 7:29PM on 08/25/11
    Is it possible to format the webpage so that it works on an iPad? I love the site and like to look at it on my iPad, but on the iPad (unlike my laptop) the topic scroll on the left is limited by what is visible on the initial screen (ie on the laptop you can scroll down to foot as the last topic in trauma but on the iPad pelvis is the last topic because it is the last topic initially visible and there is no scroll bar)
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    Anonymous commented at 7:07AM on 08/24/11
    never mind...I found the tag feature
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    Anonymous commented at 6:54AM on 08/24/11
    Could you guys add a feature that keeps missed or any other desired questions for each user? It would be nice to go back to review missed questions or difficult concepts without trudging thru all the mastered concepts.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:16AM on 08/23/11
    Serge... I noticed on the home page that the feature post does not update the number of comments made. Example: right now the feature post on a Jones fx says 5 posts when there has actually been 8.
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    Anonymous commented at 2:29PM on 08/22/11
    Keith - We are definitely looking into adding videos to the topics. We'll update you when we have more information.
    Anonymous - We have a mobile website with the qbank/topics. Go to mobile.orthobullets.com on your phone
    Ingrid - To take a test with only the questions you previously got wrong, click on Qbank and make sure to check "Incorrect Only" under the "Include" section.
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    Anonymous commented at 4:38PM on 08/21/11
    Hello there, thank you for this lovely and useful site! How do I do again the questions I got wrong. That will be very useful!
    God bless!
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    Anonymous commented at 5:32PM on 08/19/11
    Please make a smart phone version for the Qbanks, would be AMAZING!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:58AM on 08/19/11
    I think that this is a fantastic source of material. I was wondering if you have thought about incorporating video links to show techniques on phyical exams, splint/cast applications, surgical approaches and procedures, compartment pressure assessments, etc. Keep up the great work
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    Anonymous commented at 3:46PM on 08/18/11
    Thank you everyone for your feedback, we will look into every item posted.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:23AM on 08/18/11
    as you know that audiovisual is best way for teaching ,so have got plan to introduce live teachings on live cases might be most useful hanks any way what you are doing now is great work and help for resident
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    Anonymous commented at 11:11AM on 08/18/11
    Specialty: General Category: Surgical Cases not between lines on posts using IE7
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    Anonymous commented at 8:43AM on 08/18/11
    join now and sign in buttons not symmetric on IE7
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    Anonymous commented at 8:18AM on 08/18/11
    On author dashboard the tabs are not showing appropriately useing IE7
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    Anonymous commented at 8:16AM on 08/18/11
    The line under study groups under the topic doesnt go all the way to the right. minor design thing that needs to be improved.
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    Anonymous commented at 6:32AM on 08/18/11
    I've been doing the qbank questions but it never records the questions that I have done. So I end up getting repeat questions even if I select the 'unused only' option for creating the test. Any ideas why this is happening? I usually do about 20 questions and usually use the "specialty questions' and the VEQTRL option.
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    Anonymous commented at 9:13PM on 08/17/11
    When you click next on images it goes to the illustrations in the explanation. It has to stop with the last image.
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    Anonymous commented at 7:50PM on 08/17/11
    Serge... I got your message and created a new post. The post seemed to go well and looked as if I had successfully created it, but I'm not seeing it show up under the posts section.
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    Anonymous commented at 12:12PM on 08/17/11
    "Topic updated on 04/13/11 9:56am" appears on line below on IE6, not in blue space.
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    Anonymous commented at 11:58AM on 08/17/11
    search menu pop up coming up poorly on IE6.
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    Anonymous commented at 8:26AM on 08/17/11
    Serge... I tried to create a new post this morning. When I went to finalize the post, I got an internal error-500 message. Can you help?
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    Anonymous commented at 4:34AM on 08/17/11
    I just linked a Case to Metastatic Bone Disease. When I went to the topic to click on it, it does not work.
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    Anonymous commented at 5:21AM on 08/16/11
    The new website is awesome. Great work!
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    Anonymous commented at 8:05PM on 08/15/11
    Site is great and extremely useful for learning and OITE prep. Only thing I wish it had was a strikeout option when taking test to eliminate choices that are thought to be incorrect. thanks!
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    Anonymous commented at 6:13PM on 07/15/11
    We recently re-designed Orthobullets.com and would really appreciate your feedback on the new site. Please post your feedback here or email us.