Are you looking for a clear and comprehensive core clinical cases revision guide for your finals? Keen to identify a study aid that will assist you at any stage of your Medical School course, and beyond? Require a guide to common problem based learning scenarios? This time-saving revision guide covers the clinical cases commonly asked in medical finals together with cases encountered as part of problem based learning. A wide range of clinical cases are examined, pointing out salient features including: history and examination; differential diagnoses; management and questions that examiners may ask; and also an up-to-date summary of the condition with relevant links to further information. A clear and concise guide to core clinical cases encountered by medical students Easy reference and time-saving problem based learning guide Covers over 100 Common medical cases Includes tips to aid effective revision for medical finals Signposts readers to valuable sources of further information This engaging and easy-to-use guide will be a great help in preparing you fully for your final exams and a valuable reference for your Foundation years.
It is an essential revision book for anyone serious about excelling in their medical degree.
Table of Contents
Contents Preface About the authors Acknowledgements Chapter 1: Cardiology Chapter 2: Respiratory Chapter 3: Gastroenterology Chapter 4: Neurology Chapter 5: Infectious Diseases Chapter 6: Endocrinology Chapter 7: Renal Chapter 8: Haematology Chapter 9: Musculoskeletal Chapter 10: Dermatology Chapter 11: Paediatrics Chapter 12: Psychiatry Chapter 13: General Surgery Chapter 14: Obstetrics and Gynaecology Chapter 15: Orthopaedics Chapter 16: ENT Chapter 17: Urology Chapter 18: Ophthalmology Chapter 19: Communication and Ethics Chapter 20: Answers
Joy Chang: having completed her medical degree at the University of Manchester she is currently a Core Medical Trainee working in London. She has a keen interest in medical teaching. Chirag Mehta: is currently completing his GP ST training in West Midland Deanery rotation and has successfully passed the AKT component of the nMRCGP exam. He has written an article for the British Medical Journal and Innovait (GP trainees journal).