Long Cases for the Final FRCR 2B
Each case is presented as it would appear in the exam, with a selection of high quality imaging and clinical details, followed by a separate model answer section, formatted in line with the Royal College guidance notes. Each case also comes with key points explaining the answer and a further reading list. Written by a highly-qualified team of authors, with a wealth of clinical, teaching and exam experience, the book also contains essential hints and tips on exam technique to help radiology
trainees pass this final hurdle.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 166 x 233 x 13mm | 441g
- 01 Oct 2011
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- Over 170 high quality x-rays
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About Rebecca Hanlon
single best answer questions and long cases to the Royal College of Radiologists for the Final FRCR 2B examination.
John Curtis is a Consultant Radiologist at University Hospital Aintree in Liverpool, specialising in chest radiology. He is currently Head of School of the Mersey School of Radiology and has an active interest in radiology education.
Hulya Wieshmann is a Consultant Radiologist at University Hospital Aintree in Liverpool, specialising in Oncology Imaging, PET CT and Nuclear Medicine. She graduated from the medical school at Freie University Berlin, Germany, and completed her postgraduate training in England. She was one of the clinical tutors at University Hospital Aintree until recently and is actively involved in the regional FRCR teaching programme.
David White is the Clinical Director at University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, UK.
Caren Landes is a Consultant Paediatric Radiologist at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool. She has a specialist interest in musculoskeletal imaging and imaging in non accidental injury and is actively involved in the education of radiology trainees.
Val Gough is a general radiologist who trained in the Mersey scheme and is currently the lead consultant radiologist in Cavan General Hospital, Ireland.