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2017 was our busiest year here at notesonimmunology with over 2100 views from all over the world.
Our top 5 countries represented were:
- Saudi Arabia
The most accessed pages this year were:
- RCPA Part I Written Exam
- Tips on passing the RACP exam
- Nephelometry and IgG subclasses
- IPEX syndrome
Our biggest upload in 2017 was in relation to the RCPA Part I Written and Part II Viva exams.
Thank you for being a part of notesonimmunology in 2017. Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season and looking forward to more immunological banter in 2018.
We have just updated the RCPA Part II viva exam study notes and practice questions. Click here to access.
My colleagues and I just published the first report of cerebral toxoplasmosis in a patient with myasthenia gravis and the under-recognised TWI/Good’s syndrome.
Click here to access the article online
My colleague Dr Ari Murad has just published a new Clinical Immunology & Allergy Self Assessment book available via kindle or iBooks. This would be a good resource for anyone interested in learning advanced immunology:
notesonimmunology just passed 4000 views!
Top using countries this year:
- New Zealand
Most popular pages this year:
- Tips on passing RACP written exam
- T-cell subsets
Thanks for visiting.
My colleagues and I just published this case report that illustrates the difficulty in diagnosing multicentric Castleman’s disease.
Click here to read