This is a concise revision guide to the core basic sciences for all surgical trainees preparing for Part A of the Intercollegiate MRCS examination. Covering anatomy, physiology and pathology it has been written in a style to facilitate easy learning of the essential facts, with indications of both their clinical relevance and importance. This book concentrates on those topics which tend to be recurring examination themes for initial surgical training. It will be an invaluable resource for the basic surgical trainee as well as proving useful for those in higher surgical training and for the surgically-inclined, well-motivated student.
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This book is a concise revision guide to the core basic sciences — anatomy, physiology and pathology — which comprise the essential knowledge required by the trainee entering the specialty of surgery. It has been written in a style to facilitate easy learning of the essential facts, with indications of both their clinical relevance and importance. This book concentrates on those topics which tend to be recurring examination themes for initial surgical training. It will be an invaluable resource for the basic surgical trainee studying for the Intercollegiate MRCS examination, as well as proving useful for those in higher surgical training and for the surgically inclined, well-motivated student.
In covering the applied basic science the books explains the application and clinical relevance of the three sciences. The contents concentrate on the recurring common themes of the examination, thus helping direct appropriate learning and focussing on the specific impoartnta areas of knowledge. The book is illustrated with line drawings which are clearly annotated to aid learning. It also provides an excellent review of the basic sciences for those in higher surgical training.
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Basic Science for the Mrcs: A Revision Guide for Surgical Trainees
As you step out of your last medical school exam, you realise you have been sitting high-stakes exams every year for a decade. Whilst the summer sun slowly warms up your glass of undrinkable prosecco, you look to the future, excited by the anticipation of your emancipation from the hospital library. After all, when will you next need to sit an exam? Surely by then the novelty of spending hours poring over textbooks will finally have returned This is all terrifying stuff, even for the most stoic budding surgeon, so in this article I am going to take you through my step-by-step guide to nailing the MRCS Part A , starting with a few soothing truths:. The first key to success is prior planning.
How I scored 89% in the MRCS Part A exam
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