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    Examination Medicine: A Guide to Physician Training (The Examination) (Paperback) By (author) Nicholas J. Talley, By (author) Simon O'Connor



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    DescriptionAn updated version of the successful examination guide assisting students preparing for the Physicians Part 1 Exam Examination Medicine remains a bestselling text among Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) candidates preparing for the Physicians Part 1 Examination. This updated edition of Examination Medicine builds on its popular original format with abundant new content. This highly respected medical resource is the perfect information source for students undertaking exam preparation. Examination Medicine, 6th Edition: A guide to physician training will be widely used by medical students as well as candidates for other specialty examinations involving medical clinical exams. . key facts candidates must understand for the fellowship examination . information on history-taking, the examination and medical investigations . updated long and short cases . a fresh, more simplified layout . helpful 'hint" boxes to help candidates with technique and difficult cases . the addition of imaging - x-rays and scans likely to be shown in the examination are now incorporated with their appropriate long or short case . the latest College exam formats and possible future changes to the examination

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    Awesome to read cover-to-cover5

    berniebh This book is not a clinical skills book - so please don't mistaken this book for Talley's Clinical Examination.

    However, this book is still simply amazing. I would not recommend this book to be a 'reference book' like Kumar and Clark, but I would recommend this book to be read chapter-by-chapter or cover-to-cover. If you have read Oxford Cases in Medicine and Surgery or 250 cases in Clinical Medicine, this is quite similar to those books, except with more long cases. I really enjoy this book. The downside with this book is the absence of online material to go with this book - but there's a DVD to accompany the book's material. Nevertheless, the content in this book is very, very well written. The material is written in more depth than what the 'average undergraduate' would need to know - as this book is mainly targeted for fellowship examination candidates sitting the Australian FRACP. by berniebh

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