An Aid to the MRCP

An Aid to the MRCP : Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics

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Allay your anxieties about the MRCP exams and increase your confidence with An Aid to the MRCP: Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics.
In order to pass the MRCP exams you will need to learn a large number of lists and key facts. This book provides the essential lists and facts you need to know together with memory aids to speed learning and recall. Armed with this knowledge you will be able to rapidly narrow your differential diagnosis and identify the most likely answer.

This essential new MRCP title has been written by a recent candidate for the MRCP exams who used this technique to pass first time, in conjunction with Dr Bob Ryder, Dr Anne Freeman and Dr Mir Afzal; all established authorities in the MRCP field and authors of the two volumes of An Aid to the MRCP PACES.

An Aid to the MRCP: Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics presents memory aids, facts and lists that are based on questions faced whilst revising for, or encountered during the MRCP exams and also features a free audio revision tool at with a summary of the mnemonics contained in the book.
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Product details

  • Electronic book text | 272 pages
  • Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
  • United Kingdom
  • 1444328859
  • 9781444328851

Table of contents

Introduction vi

Acknowledgements vii

Page layout viii

Errors and additions ix

Audio revision x

Haematology 1

Cardiology 18

Neurology 44

Gastroenterology 86

Endocrinology 114

Renal 132

Respiratory 141

Rheumatology 158

Infectious diseases 171

Dermatology 181

Part 1 sciences: biochemistry and metabolism 191

Genetics 208

General 214

Exam technique 223

Appendix: abbreviations 229

Index 233
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About Nicholas Boeckx

Nicholas K. Boeckx
Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospital

R. E. J. Ryder
Department of Medicine
City Hosptial

M. A. Mir
Department of Integrated Medicine
Royal Gwent and St Woolos Hospitals

E. A. Freeman
Department of Medicine
University of Wales College of Medicine
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