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A comprehensive selection of multiple-choice questions for the 'Part 1' of the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (England) examination and its Scottish equivalent the AFRCS. Questions have been chosen to reflect the structure of the examination and include many that are similar to those that were asked over the last few years. Both the Core Module and the System Module of the examination are covered. Detailed answers are provided. Kefah Mokbel has written a number of books for the surgical examinations as well as for other professional examinations and is also the principal lecturer on the MasterPass MRCS course. This book reflects his considerable experience of the MRCS examination and will be invaluable to candidates preparing for this examination.
This is a comprehensive study manual for the operative surgery section of the MRCS examination. This unique text is set to the level of a basic surgical examination and the material is discussed in easy to access, simple and informative manner. The A-Z format means topics appear at random, mirroring the nature of the examination. For each operative procedure the basic principles, applied anatomy, indications and complications are discussed alongside an overview of technique. Frequently asked examination questions and practical tips for giving the fullest answer for the most marks are also included. Care has been taken to ensure compatibility with all UK syllabuses, and inclusion of material required for equivalent examinations internationally. This manual is an excellent source of information for use during personal study and self-testing, and as a teaching aid.
An invaluable book for MRCS candidates, undergraduate medical students and for the FRCOG examinations, as well as the training surgeon or doctor.
Cracking the MRCS Viva is an outstanding guide to the MRCS Viva examination. Its unique approach recreates the structure and content of each individual viva, allowing the reader to self-test, or two students to recreate mock viva sessions for themselves. Divided into six sections to mirror the exam - applied surgical anatomy, operative surgery, applied surgical pathology, principles of surgery, applied surgical physiology, and critical care - each section covers a range of topics, listed alphabetically, and contains all the information required to pass the exam using concise, bullet-point text, helpful tables and easy to reproduce diagrams. Written by registrars who have all recently passed the MRCS, plus an MRCS examiner, this comprehensive and user-friendly revision guide also contains considerable input from other senior specialists.
A revised version, this text covers the most common general surgical operations together with topics popular with the examiners.
Reflects the Intercollegiate MRCS syllabus and mirrors the structure of the VIVA examination.
The Viva Voce is a particularly difficult element of the MRCS exam since candidates will be tested across a broad range of topics in surgery, pathology, critical care and basic science, and also as candidates are unsure what to expect, or how to prepare for such an exam. Questions for the MRCS Viva is an essential guide to sitting and passing the Viva Voce part of the MRCS exam. Each subject area offers 20-30 questions, which follow a conversational pattern where new questions follow logically from previous answers - exactly as one would expect in the exam itself. Written by recently qualified surgeons who are now actively involved in the teaching and support of new trainees, this book is the closest a candidate will get to being a fly on the wall in a Viva Voce examination.

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