CHEST SEEK Library

CHEST SEEK™ Library

  • Study for board and accreditation exams
  • Refresh your core knowledge in four key chest medicine areas
  • Review at your convenience with mobile device and desktop access
  • Take text and audio notes and sync content between devices
  • Complete questions for CME credits and MOC points

Easy Access to Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep, and Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine Content Review

The CHEST SEEK™ Library features case-based questions designed to help you prepare for certification and recertification examinations. Or use the library as a review tool and refresh your core knowledge with convenient access on your mobile device or computer.

See the library in action. Simply download the CHEST App™, purchase a subscription, and you’re ready to go.
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Individual Libraries
Member $349

Nonmember $499

Choose one question set out of the following:

  • Pulmonary Medicine
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Sleep Medicine or
  • Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine ($149/$199)

CME credits and MOC points available
 

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Full Libraries
Member $399

Nonmember $599

The Full CHEST SEEK Library includes*:

  • Pulmonary Medicine
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Sleep Medicine and
  • Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine

* The full library includes the 10 most current CHEST SEEK editions, a cost savings of more than $1,000 vs print. CME credits and MOC points available

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See the library in action.

The CHEST SEEK Library lives in the CHEST App. Subscribe to the library to review case-based content, zooming in on high-quality images and tables needed to help you best answer each question. For your convenience, save text and audio notes and sync your progress across all of your devices. 

Prove your knowledge.
Answer a sample question.

A 32-year-old woman with a history of menorrhagia and seizure disorder since childhood is referred for an opinion regarding progressive dyspnea and cough over the course of 2 years. She is a current smoker who reports a 10 pack-year tobacco history but denies illicit drug use. Results of a physical examination are normal. Other than isolated reduction in the single-breath diffusing capacity, pulmonary function testing does not show any abnormality. A chest CT scan is performed and a representative image is shown (Figure 57-A). After an extensive nondiagnostic evaluation, you recommend a surgical lung biopsy. Results are shown in Figure 57-B.

Which is the treatment for the most likely diagnosis?
A. Sirolimus
B. Smoking cessation
C. Prednisone
D. Cladribine

Figure 57-A Chest CT scan.

Figure 57-A Chest CT scan.

Figure 57-B Micrograph of surgical lung biopsy specimen (×100 magnification).

Figure 57-B Micrograph of surgical lung biopsy specimen
(×100 magnification).

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