A sound grasp of key concepts in the basic medical sciences at an early stage enables you to approach your clinical years with confidence and understanding. Increasingly, medical schools are using MCQs to assess this essential knowledge. This two-volume set provides extensive MCQ practice for the basic medical sciences. Designed specifically for medical students in the first three years of their course, this title features essential question practice and further revision. Detailed notes on how to approach MCQ examinations and tips on how to revise make this an essential read.
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Contents About the Authors Preface Abbreviations Mastering MCQs Section A - Applied Anatomy Embryology Head, Neck and Spinal Column Thorax Abdomen & Pelvis Upper and Lower Limbs Section B - Applied Physiology Nerve, Muscle & Neuroscience Cardiovascular Physiology Respiratory Physiology Renal Physiology Gastrointestinal Physiology Endocrine Physiology and Thermoregulation Index
Jonathan Fishman, BM BCh (Oxon), MA (Cantab), graduated with a First Class Honours Degrees in Natural Sciences from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and completed his clinical training at St John's College, Oxford. He is currently completing Basic Surgical Training in London. His interests lie in undergraduate teaching and medical education. Laura Fishman is currently a Senior House Officer in London on a medical rotation. She is a graduate from Imperial College Medical School and her specialist interests include Dermatology, Rheumatology and Cardiololgy.