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Written for the Principles of Surgery viva of the MRCS exam by an examiner at both the London and Glasgow Colleges of Surgery and a successful recent MRCS candidate, Principles of Surgery Vivas for the MRCS provides the reader with sample viva questions to enable them to prepare fully for this section of the examinations. In A-Z format for quick reference, this book will be invaluable to MRCS candidates, undergraduate medical students and those sitting the FRCOG examinations. It will also serve as a valuable 'aide memoire' for the training surgeon or doctor at all levels of experience, especially those training junior staff.Read more
- Written by an MRCS examiner and an Orthopaedic SpR who are familiar with frequently asked questions on this subject
- Applicable to the principles of surgery components of several different postgraduate examinations, so invaluable to MRCS exam candidates, undergraduate medical students and for the FRCOG examinations
- Written in an A-Z format and pocket-sized for portability
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- Date Published: May 2007
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521699037
- length: 338 pages
- dimensions: 187 x 125 x 16 mm
- weight: 0.366kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), Abdominal pain, Abscesses, Alcohol and surgery, Amputation, Anaemia and surgery, Anastomoses, Antibiotic prophylaxis, Anticoagulation therapy and surgery, Assessment for fitness for anaesthesia, Atelectasis, Biopsy and cytological sampling, Bone grafts, Breast cancer, Burns, Cancer treatment I: Surgery, Cancer treatment II: Chemotherapy, Cancer treatment III: Radiotherapy, Cancer treatment IV: Hormonal therapy, Cancer Treatment V: Cryotherapy and immunotherapy, Cardiac disease and surgery, Carotid artery disease, Clinical governance, Colitis, Colorectal cancer, Compartment syndrome I: Extremities, Compartment syndrome II: Abdominal, Consent, Corticosteroid therapy and surgery, Day surgery, Diabetes and surgery, Diathermy, Drains, Dressings, Drugs in the perioperative period, Deep venous thrombosis (DVT), Elderly and surgery, Empyema, Endocrine disorders and surgery, Fluid management, Fracture management I: Basic principles, Fracture management II: Open fractures, Fracture healing, General anaesthetics, Genes, Grafts and flaps, Gunshot and blast wounds, Head injury, HIV/hepatitis and surgery, Immune system, Immune deficiency and surgery, Jaundice, Joint replacements, Laparoscopy, Large bowel obstruction, Lasers, Latex allergy, Limping child, Local anaesthetics, Minimal access surgery, Needles, Nutrition, Obesity and surgery, Oliguria, Operating theatre design, Osteoarthritis I, Osteoarthritis II: Hip, Osteoarthritis III: Knee, Osteomyelitis, Paediatric surgery, Pain, Perioperative monitoring, Peripheral vascular disease, Physiological response to surgery, Positioning of patients, Postoperative care, Postoperative complications, Pre-admission clinics, Pregnancy, Premedication, Preoperative investigations, Preparation for surgery, Prostate cancer, Pyrexia, Radiology, Regional anaesthesia, Renal failure and surgery, Respiratory disease and surgery, Rheumatoid arthritis, Scars, Screening, Sedation, Sickle cell disease, Small bowel obstruction, Smoking, Splenectomy, Staging of tumours, Stomas, Sutures and ligatures, Thyroid surgery, Tourniquets, Transplantation, Trauma I: Basic principles, Trauma II: Head injury, Trauma III: Abdominal injury, Trauma IV: Spinal injury, Trauma V: Splenic injury, Trauma VI: Thoracic injury, Urological investigations I, Urological investigations II, Wound classification, Wound healing.
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