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Radiological Anatomy for FRCR Part 1
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Main description:

The new FRCR part 1 Anatomy examination comprises 20 cases/images, with five questions about each. The cases are labelled 01 to 20 and the five questions are labelled (a) to (e). The authors have set out to emulate this format by gathering 200 cases which, from their experience, are representative of the cases on which candidates will be tested. The book consists of 10 tests with 20 cases each, and 5 stem questions each. The answers, along with an explanation and tips, accompany each test at the end of the chapter. This will help candidates to identify the level of anatomical knowledge expected by the Royal College of Radiologists. The aim of this book is not to replace the already available literature in radiological anatomy, but to complement it as a revision guide. Whereas radiological anatomy atlases and textbooks provide images with labels for every possible identifiable structure in an investigation, the cases in this book have only 5 labels, simulating the exam.


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The first book to offer practice test material and tips for the new FRCR part 1 Anatomy exam Comprises ten tests in exam format that serve to identify the level of knowledge of anatomical detail expected by the Royal College of Radiologists Includes practical tips on how to answer questions based on the first-hand experience of registrars who have passed the exam and the knowledge of experienced consultants


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The new FRCR part 1 Anatomy examination comprises 20 cases/images, with five questions about each. The cases are labelled 01 to 20 and the five questions are labelled (a) to (e). The authors have set out to emulate this format by gathering 200 cases which, from their experience, are representative of the cases on which candidates will be tested. The book consists of 10 tests with 20 cases each, and 5 stem questions each. The answers, along with an explanation and tips, accompany each test at the end of the chapter. This will help candidates to identify the level of anatomical knowledge expected by the Royal College of Radiologists. The aim of this book is not to replace the already available literature in radiological anatomy, but to complement it as a revision guide. Whereas radiological anatomy atlases and textbooks provide images with labels for every possible identifiable structure in an investigation, the cases in this book have only 5 labels, simulating the exam.


Contents:

Test 1.- Test 2.- Test 3.- Test 4.- Test 5.- Test 6.- Test 7.- Test 8.- Test 9.- Test 10.- List of important anatomical variants.


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ISBN-13: 9783642137501
Publisher: Springer (Springer Berlin Heidelberg)
Publication date: October, 2010
Pages: 299
Weight: 658g
Availability: Available
Subcategories: Radiology

MEET THE AUTHOR

Dr. Philip Borg is a Speciality Registrar in Clinical Radiology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals (Yorkshire School of Radiology) who has also been responsible for teaching foundation year doctors.

Dr. AbdulRahman Alvi is a Speciality Registrar in Clinical Radiology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals (Yorkshire School of Radiology), having previously worked for eight years in various surgical specialties.

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