Clinical Medicine: Self-assessment Questions in Colour
Written for postgraduate and undergraduate medical students as a way of learning medicine complementary to the necessary study of standard texts. At the end of each chapter there is a list of suggested answers which are graded, allowing the student to assess his or her factual knowledge.
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