Surgical Finals Passing the Clinical
This title for medical students demonstrates how to prepare for their surgical clinical examination. How to examine and take a history from a patient. It has popular cases to work through that they will encounter on the wards and in the exam. It includes lists of frequently asked questions with clear concise answers.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 138 x 216 x 16mm | 338g
- 01 Dec 2010
- Knutsford, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Section 1 - General Points The clinical: examiners, patients and preparation The OSLER/long case The OSCEs/short cases Frequently asked questions and the viva Section 2 - History and examination of typical cases General examination: pain Swellings and ulcers Neck swellings and thyroid lumps The breast Gastrointestinal Tract Urology / scrotum A limb A joint The hip The knee The hand and foot Arterial insufficiency of the lower limb Venous disordersw of the lower limb Neurology The post-operative patient Recommended reading list Index
"A well-written book that covers the surgical chapters comprehensively. Summary tables and viva-style questions with detailed answers make this a must-have companion for surgical finals revision!" Adarsh Shah, Final Year Student, Imperial College London.
About Petrut Gogalniceanu
Professor John S P Lumley Emeritus Professor of Vascular Surgery St Bartholomew's & Royal London School of Medicine & Dentistry Honorary Consultant Surgeon , St Bartholomew's Hospital, London Member of Council, Royal College of Surgeons, England