MCQs and Short Answer Questions for Surgery
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MCQs and Short Answer Questions for Surgery

By (author) Joe Tjandra , By (author) Mr Gordon JA Clunie , By (author) Harry Ross

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This text has been designed as a supplement to Textbook of Surgery to assist reader in their preparation for examinations and to test their knowleadge of the principles and practice of surgery. There are two types of Multiple Choice Question, Type A and Type X. Type A have a single best response from five alternatives and are designed to test judgemental ability, while Type X questions contain a stem with suggested answers that are either true or false and are designed to test factual knowledge and its application. The text is set out in three sections, the first containing Type A questions, the second containing Type X questions and the third containing short answer questions that emphasize clinical management problems. In each section, the questions are presented in the sequence used in Textbook of Sugery. The number of questions for each general topic relate to the relative importance ascribed to each topic in order to provide balance.

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 12mm | 158.76g
  • 24 Feb 1999
  • Blackwell Publishing Asia
  • Carlton
  • English
  • 0867930101
  • 9780867930108
  • 116,572

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This text has been designed as a supplement to Textbook of Surgery to assist reader in their preparation for examinations and to test their knowleadge of the principles and practice of surgery. There are two types of Multiple Choice Question, Type A and Type X. Type A have a single best response from five alternatives and are designed to test judgemental ability, while Type X questions contain a stem with suggested answers that are either true or false and are designed to test factual knowledge and its application. The text is set out in three sections, the first containing Type A questions, the second containing Type X questions and the third containing short answer questions that emphasize clinical management problems. In each section, the questions are presented in the sequence used in Textbook of Sugery. The number of questions for each general topic relate to the relative importance ascribed to each topic in order to provide balance. The answers are

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