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SBAs for the FRCR 2A

Details

  • 2 tables
  • Page extent: 180 pages
  • Size: 234 x 156 mm
  • Weight: 0.32 kg

Paperback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521156448)

SBAs for the Final FRCR is an invaluable guide to the new Single Best Answer (SBA) paper for the Final FRCR examination, providing over 350 SBA-style questions and referenced answers written in the style of the Royal College of Radiologists. Each question is accompanied by a concise yet detailed model answer carrying references and additional notes. The answers also act as a useful reference source for many of the key topics found in the syllabus. Questions are categorised in the same six modules that compose the FRCR 2A: • Cardiothoracic and vascular • Musculoskeletal and trauma • Gastro-intestinal • Genito-urinary, adrenal, obstetrics and gynaecology, breast • Paediatric • Central nervous system, head and neck Written by a group of authors who have recently successfully completed the exams, SBAs for the Final FRCR is an essential revision aid for all candidates undertaking the FRCR Part 2A.

• Provides real exam-style questions, allowing reader to gain familiarity with the new style of exam • One of the first books available containing the new SBA-format questions • The essential reference source of the answer is supplied allowing the reader to expand his/her knowledge quickly

Contents

Module 1. Cardiovascular and Chest: Questions; Answers; Module 2. Musculoskeletal and Trauma: Questions; Answers; Module 3. Gastro-Intestinal: Questions; Answers; Module 4. Genito-urinary, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Breast: Questions; Answers; Module 5. Paediatrics: Questions; Answers; Module 6. Central Nervous System, Head and Neck: Questions; Answers; References.

Review

'The questions are very well worded with no ambiguity and there is a variety of SBA question structures, which again resembles the actual papers. Answers are concise and clearly explainedm with relevant references provided for further clarification.' Synergy-Imaging and Therapy

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