Best of Five Clinical Scenarios for the MRCP: Volume 1
The recent change in examination format has made the revision books and materials published over the years largely obsolete. This new book is based on the new form of MCQ - 'Best Of Five' Clinical Scenarios, matching the style and standards set by the College, and is designed to provide readers with a complete distance-learning package. This first volume in the series can be accessed online to experience all the benefits of the 123Doc's celebrated e-courses. It covers eight of the most important specialities seen in the MRCP exam: Cardiology, Dermatology, Gastroenterology, Haematology, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, Neurology and Respiratory Medicine (Volume 2 will cover the remaining specialties). Within each chapter, 'hot-topics' from the speciality are illustrated by 2 questions, with detailed teaching notes and lists of 'key points' to help you further master the subject.Published in association with 123Doc Medical Courses.
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