This new, up-to-date, concise revision guide for the MRCS Part B examination equips candidates with the essential knowledge and armamentarium required to tackle the exam. Written in a model question-and-answer format to aid the breakdown of information, candidates can practise some of the most common exam questions they can expect to face. Including subdivisions on applied surgical science and critical care, anatomy and surgical pathology, surgical skills and patient safety and a section on clinical examinations of the limbs and spine, this guide will increase candidates' confidence in both exam technique and key concepts. MRCS Revision Guide: Limbs and Spine is a concise, handy pocket book; a 'must have' quick reference guide for busy surgical trainees studying for the MRCS examination.
Mazyar Kanani is a Fellow in Congenital Cardiac Surgery, Children's Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Khaled M. Sarraf is a Specialist Registrar in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, North West Thames London Rotation - London Deanery, UK.
Preface; Part I. Basic Sciences: 1. Applied surgical science/physiology; 2. Critical care; 3. Surgical pathology; 4. Surgical skills and patient safety; 5. Surgical anatomy; 6. Operative surgery; Part II. Examinations: 7. Physical examinations (T 8. Clinical examinations (vascular); Index.