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Following are some videos from the net,have a look at them to get an idea of the examination of various sytems.However a word of caution:these videos are more detailed than one needs to be on the usmle step 2 clinical skills exam.In no way do I claim any ownership to these.These were found on the net to help future medical students.

Introduction to the patient:

Draping: See the abdominal exam video below

Another very good Draping Technique:

General Examination:comming soon!!!

Head Exam:(Includes Lymph Nodes Examination)

Eye Exam:


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Fundus Examination:

How to use a Ophthalmoscope:-

Extraocular Muscles Examination:

HEENT:

A very good Video-See how she uses the otoscope:


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THYROID EXAMINATION:  3 Videos

JVP+Carotids:

RESPIRATORY EXAM:5videos

This is a very good one:


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CVS EXAM:--Both sitting or supine exams are acceptable,I did only the sitting examination

1.Sitting CVS Exam:

2.Supine CVS Exam: 4 videos


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ABDOMINAL EXAM:

This one is awesome,it shows thr Dr Pulling out the leg rest+good draping+decent exposure method.
Watch Abdominal Exam 6/8 in Educational  |  View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com

MUSCULOSKELETAL EXAM:

Hand & Wrist Exam:

Elbow Exam

Shoulder Exam:

Hip Exam:

Knee Exam

Mc Murray test of the  knee

Anterior Drawer test of Knee:Abnormal test=damaged ACL

Anterior Drawer test +normal exam in this one.

Ankle Exam

The 2nd video given below is awesome:-(Ankle/foot exam)

Peripheral Vascular System Exam(Do it in case of intermittent claudiation,chest pain,Diabetes,Hypertension....Of course keep in mind the time constraints)

Homans Sign For DVT: 2 Videos-sitting+lying....both are OK...go for the sitting one in your CS Exam

Back Exam

NEUROLOGICAL EXAM:

Romberg Test:

Roberg+pronator drift:

Babinski Test/Sign:

KERNIG'S SIGN:

BRUDZINSKI SIGN:

Note:It is impossible to acknowledge all sources for these videos,however you can double click on these embedded videos to be taken to the  original source.