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Latest Book Reviews in General including hernia, trauma and critical care

How to Pass the MRCS OSCE Volume 2 (Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts)

  • Author: Jowan G Penn-Barwell, Charlie Docker
  • How to Pass the MRCS OSCE (Volume 2) is a book specifically designed to aid trainees in passing the new style MRCS B. The authors stipulate that the book is not designed to replace knowledge gained from clinical work, textbooks and tutorials. It Continue reading...

  • Reviewed By Mr Frank McDermott MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCS - ST6 General Surgery, Peninsula Region on Oct 03, 2012
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How to Operate: For MRCS Candidates and Other Surgical Trainees

  • Author: Matthew Stephenson
  • An exciting and novel adjunct to modern surgical training, ‘How to Operate’ cleverly combines three DVDs with a study guide to present a comprehensive resource for junior surgeons. The ten hours of footage cover forty index procedures across Continue reading...

  • Reviewed By Mr P A Sutton - University of Liverpool on Mar 28, 2012
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Atlas of General Surgical Techniques

  • Author: Courtney M. Townsend Jr. MD & B. Mark Evers MD
  • I read through the book with great pleasure.

    The authors did an excellent job by including critical remarks on surgical anatomy, preoperative workup, postoperative care and typical surgical pitfalls, thus giving this atlas a Continue reading...

  • Reviewed By Peter Ambe - St. Elisabeth-Kreiskrankenhaus Grevenbroich on Mar 28, 2012
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