Get Through MRCPCH Part 2: 125 Clinical Photographs (Paperback)
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Short Description for Get Through MRCPCH Part 2 Written to comply with changes in the MRCPCH Part II written exam, this book addresses the needs of candidates sitting the two written papers for Part 2 of the Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH) exam.
- Published: 30 August 2005
- Format: Paperback 208 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781853156854 ISBN 10: 185315685X
- Sales rank: 612,585
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Full description for Get Through MRCPCH Part 2
Get Through MRCPCH Part 2: 125 Questions on Clinical Photographs tests candidates on the interpretation of photographic material. The text contains 125 cases, with accompanying clinical, radiological and ultrasonic imagery. Each case is explored using the multiple choice, extended matching or single option question approach, which is the format used in the MRCPCH Part 2 examination. Detailed discussion of the cases is provided, which is derived from the current editions of widely used standard reference texts. Trainees in paediatrics intending to sit the MRCPCH Part 2 examination will find this book to be an essential revision aid. The authors, Nagi Barakat and Roger Buchdahl, are both Consultant Paediatricians at Hillingdon Hospital, Uxbridge, and, respectively, hold Honorary Consultant posts in Paediatric Neurology at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Paediatric Respiratory Medicine at the Brompton Hospital, London, UK. Reviews of titles written previously by Nagi Barakat: 400 MCQs in Paediatrics for MRCPCH Part 1 reviewed by Colin M Stern, Consultant Paediatrician "This collection is a valuable addition to the armamentarium of the prospective paediatrician" 100 Grey Cases in Paediatrics for the MRCPCH reviewed in The Archives of Diseases in Childhood "This text provides the revising trainee with realistic and fair clinical conundrums that have much wider applications than in an examination hall. Like any good revision text this collection of cases allows you to forget that you are actually revising and by the end of the book you develop a knack for identifying pertinent information and ignoring the red herrings. I am sure that this will soon appear on many trainees' bookshelves."