Complete Self Assessment for Medical Finals
Complete Self Assessment for Medical Finals covers all the question types and key facts that all medical students need to know by the end of their fifth year. If you know what is in this book you will know enough to pass your finals.
The book includes 500 MCQs, 150 EMQs and 50 X-Ray interpretation cases, giving students the opportunity to test their exam technique and assess their knowledge at any stage during revision. With pharmacology and pathology integrated throughout, the book covers all the key topics: · medicine · surgery · orthopaedics · ENT · urology · ophthalmology · oncology · public health.
Invaluable as a stand-alone aid, this book also complements Complete Revision Notes for Medical Finals, covering the same key facts so that the two books work together to ensure candidates are fully prepared. Separating core knowledge from superfluous facts, this book is ideal for all medical students in the run up to their exams.
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