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ABFAS Foot Surgery Certification Question Bank

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“This podiatric question bank is a powerful and surely effective study tool.”

Stephen Offutt
DPM, ABFAS Foot and Ankle Certified

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ABFAS Foot Board Review Topics Covered:

  • General Medicine
  • Complications
  • Diagnostic Studies and Imaging
  • Procedural Perioperative Management
  • Surgical Principles
  • Surgical Procedures and Techniques

About the ABFAS Foot Surgery Certification Exam Part 1

According to the ABFAS, Part I of the Certification in Foot Surgery Examination process leads to Board Qualified in Foot Surgery. The Part I examination involves diagnostic and perioperative care of the podiatric surgical patient encompassing the foot and ankle.

Format

The Part I Exam is made up of two sections: didactic (i.e., multiple-choice) questions and a Computer-based Patient Simulation (CBPS) assessment, which evaluates the candidate's clinical reasoning skills. Both sections may include some interpretation of image-based materials.

Content

The examination involves diagnostic and perioperative care of the podiatric surgical patient encompassing the foot and ankle. Intraoperative areas include surgical procedures of the entire foot with the exception of RRA procedures.

Length

The exam consists of a maximum of 125 multiple-choice questions and a maximum of eight CBPS cases. Part I is administered in one session lasting no more than four hours.

About the ABFAS Foot Surgery In-Training Exam

According to the ABFAS, the In-Training Exam covers the diagnosis of general medical problems and surgical management of pathologic foot and ankle conditions, deformities, and/or trauma, and related structures that affect the foot, ankle, and leg.

Format

The In-Training Exam is made up of two sections: a didactic exam and a CBPS examination.

The didactic examinations are designed to measure clinical knowledge acquired in podiatric medical school and in residency. They are multiple-choice computerized adaptive tests (CAT). The questions become progressively more or less difficult as the examination establishes your level of knowledge.

The CBPS examination presents a simulated case that describes a patient’s condition and may include medical history, images, and other pertinent information. This section is designed to measure case management skills including patient examination, data gathering, and critical synthesis of collected clinical data to arrive at a diagnosis and/or treatment

Content

Questions involve diagnostic, intraoperative, and perioperative care of the podiatric surgical patient pertaining to foot surgical procedures.

For more details refer to the ABFAS Exam Overview for the In-Training Exam.