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MRCS Part 1 in a Box

By Simon Overstall

CRC Press – 2008

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    978-1-85315-612-0
    June 19th 2008

Description

MRCS Part 1 in a Box is designed to aid candidates in their revision for their membership exam to the Royal College of Surgeons, making preparation as hassle-free and easy as possible. Topics include: Anatomy, Medical Physiology, and Pathology amongst others, and appear in both the MCQ and EMQ format.

The aim of this flashcard format is to make your exam preparation time as efficient and straightforward as possible. The In a Box lends itself very well to studying with a partner or in a group. We're sure you will find the in a Box series to be a useful and practical resource in your Royal College exam preparation.

Reviews

Following the familiar flash-card style revision card format, this pack provides a comprehensive test of the MRCS Part 1. Concise questions and answers, together with diagrams to explain, these lend itself to a useful self-test resource.


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Contents

Introduction
ANATOMY
Upper limb
Lower limb
Thorax
Abdomen
Head and neck
CNS
PATHOLOGY AND PRINCIPLES OF SURGERY
Immunology
Wound pathology
Vascular pathology
Neoplasia
Gastrointestinal tract pathology
Endocrine pathology
Haematology
Skin
Infection
CNS pathology
PHYSIOLOGY
Cardiac physiology
Circulation
Respiratory physiology
Gastrointestinal tract physiology
Renal physiology
Endocrine physiology
QUESTION & ANSWER
EMQ
MCQ
Abbreviations and Further reading

Author Bio

Dixon Woon MBBS
Surgical Registrar, The Alfred Hospital, Victoria, Australia

Sheravika Leonny MBBS
Emergency Registrar, Southern Health, Victoria, Australia

Simon Overstall MBBS MRCS
Plastic Surgery Registrar, Victoria, Australia

Related Subjects

  1. Medicine
  2. Surgery

Name: MRCS Part 1 in a Box (Paperback)CRC Press 
Description: By Simon Overstall. MRCS Part 1 in a Box is designed to aid candidates in their revision for their membership exam to the Royal College of Surgeons, making preparation as hassle-free and easy as possible. Topics include: Anatomy, Medical Physiology, and Pathology amongst...
Categories: Medicine, Surgery