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NBCE Part 1


General Anatomy 

The core information is organized into the following broad categories...

Anatomical Spaces

Back Muscles

Cardiovascular

Endocrine

Gastrointestinal

Important Muscles

Introduction & Specific Joints

Musculoskeletal & Specific Joints

Reproduction

Respiratory

Reticulo-Endothelial

Thoracic

Urinary


 

Spinal Anatomy

The core information is organized in the following broad categories...

Autonomic Nervous System

Brain 1 & 2

Central Nervous System

Cranial Nerves 1 & 2

Ear, Eye & Tongue

Peripheral Nervous system

Skull & Face

Spinal Back Muscles

Spinal Cord

Spinal Joints & back Muscles

Spinal Ligaments & Joints

Vertebral Column

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Biochemistry

The core information is organized in the following broad categories...

Carbohydrate Metabolism

Digestion, glycolysis, regulating enzymes and the fate of pyruvate.

Electron Transport Chain

Purpose of the ETC, the Malate-Aspartate shuttle, the Glycerol 3 Phosphate shuttle, key complexes and the Pentose Phosphate Pathway.

General Principles

Aerobic & anaerobic energy systems, energy compounds, chemical reactions and bonds.

Gluconeogenesis & Krebs cycle

The 10 Steps, energy usage, the fate of new glucose and the Krebs cycle.

Glycogen & Fat Metabolism

Glycogenesis, glycogenolysis, lipolysis and lipogenesis.

Protein Metabolism

Essential & non-essential amino acids, protein structure, degradation of amino acids, the Urea cycle and nucleotide & nucleoside metabolism.

Vitamin & Minerals

Steroid Hormones, vitamin & minerals and a summary of the various pathways

 


 

Microbiology

 

The core information is organized in the following broad categories …

Bacterial 1

Classification of bacteria with examples – type and presence of cell wall; shape and gram positive.

Bacterial 2

Classification of gram negative bacteria with examples – enteric & non-enteric; aerobic, anaerobic and facultative; nutritional preferences and clinical presentations. 

Fungal

Classification of fungal organisms with examples  - infection sites; dimorphic and opportunistic.

History & General Principles

Notable contributors to the field of Microbiology; Koch’s postulates; Gram staining; classification of micro-organisms and the stages of bacterial growth.

Laboratory Tests

Various laboratory test used for the growth and identification of micro-organisms.

Parasitology

The medically important Protozoal {ameba, flagellate, ciliate and sporozoa} and Metazoal {nematodes, cestodes and trematodes} parasitic infections.

Public Health

Health agencies; terms often used in Public Health and Epidemiology.

Viral

Classification of viruses with examples of the medically important ones.

 

 

 

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NBCE-STYLE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

ASSOCIATED CLINICAL SCIENCES Dx 1 - 12

CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICES 1 - 9

GENERAL Dx 1 - 15

NEUROMUSCULARSKELETAL Dx 1 - 12

PRINCIPLES OF CHIROPRACTIC 1 - 6

RADIOLOGICAL Dx 1 - 14

 


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NBCE-STYLE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS  

PREP 1 - 18 

 

NBCE-STYLE EXTENDED MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 

CLINICAL VIGNETTES 1 - 10

 

 

 

 

 

Pathology

The core information is organized in the following broad categories...

Cardiovascular

Heart diseases - congenital and infections; vascular disorders.

Endocrine

Disorders of the Pituitary; Thyroid; Parathyroid and Adrenals.

Gastrointestinal

Esophageal; gastric; small & large intestines' hepatic; gall bladder and pancreatic disorders

General Principles

Cardinal signs of inflammation; tissue injury; necrosis; apoptosis and degeneration

Genetic Disorders

Inheritance patterns; autosomal diseases; glycogen storage diseases; amino acid disorders; metabolic; hemopoietic and sex linked disorders.

Musculoskeletal

Benign and malignant bone disorders; arthritides; periarticular disorders and neuropathies.

Neoplasia

Classification according to behavior, tissue of origin and degree of differentiation; specific tumor markers and examples of common carcinogens.

Nervous

Disorders of the Central Nervous system; the peripheral nervous system and autonomic nervous system.

Nutritional

Protein, calorie, vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

Renal

Classification and examples of disorders affecting the kidneys and urinary tract.

Respiratory

Asthma; Bronchiectasis; COPD; Pneumonia; Pneumoconiosis; TB; Sarcoidosis; Empyema and lung cancers.

Skin

Simple classification of skin diseases based on cause.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Common sexually transmitted diseases and the TORCH complex.


 

Physiology

 

The core information is organized in the following broad categories...

Cardiovascular

Functions of the heart; cardiac tissues; phases of contraction of myocardial fibers; refractory periods; blood pressure and flow; Starling’s Law and the ECG.

Endocrine

The hormones secreted by the pituitary ; thyroid; parathyroid; adrenal; pancreas; ovary and testis.

Gastrointestinal

Secretions from the salivary glands; stomach; small and large intestines; pancreas; role of the liver;  bilirubin metabolism; functions of the gall bladder and endocrine role of the gut.

Hematology & Immunology

Functions of the blood; red blood cells; phagocytosis;  clotting; immunity and hypersensitivity reactions.

Musculoskeletal

Myofibrils; neuromuscular junctions; skeletal muscle contraction; fast versus slow twitch fibers and types of motor reflexes.

Neurophysiology

Nerve conduction; propagation of the action potential; synaptic conduction; types of nerve endings; neurotransmitters; the autonomic nervous system; nociceptors and nerve fiber classification.

Renal

Nephrons; glomerular filtration; loop of Henle; endocrine functions of the kidneys and acid base balance.

Reproductive

Sperm and ovum development; the menstrual cycle; fertilization; implantation; placenta and lactation.

Respiratory 

Gaseous exchange; oxygen carrying capacity; carbon dioxide saturation; Hering-Breuer reflex; abnormal breathing patterns; lung compliance and lung volumes.