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The Step 3 examination is organized in three dimensions:
- Normal conditions and disease categories (normal growth and development, basic concepts, and general principles)
- Clinical encounter frame (initial workup, continuing care, urgent intervention)
- Physician task (applying scientific concepts, formulating a diagnosis based on history, physical examination, and laboratory findings, and managing the patient)
Clinical encounter frames are common clinical scenarios physicians may encounter. They range from nonemergency problems, through continuity of care, to life-threatening emergency situations encountered in emergency departments, clinics, offices, care facilities, inpatient settings, and on the telephone. Each test item in an encounter frame represents one of the six physician tasks. For example, initial care encounters emphasize taking a history and performing a physical examination. In contrast, continued care encounters emphasize decisions regarding prognosis and management.