This is the first revision guide to map directly to the new structure of the FRCR Final Part A examination (CR2A). Spanning a broad range of topics, the book follows the core clinical radiology curriculum, covering all modalities. It is divided into 7 test papers, consisting of 120 mixed SBA-type questions with detailed answers in sequential order. Every answer is followed by a short explanation and relevant discussion around the topic with appropriate references. Each paper should take three hours to complete. Delivering over 20 hours of focused exam practice, this guide is a sound investment for trainee radiologists preparing for their Final Part A exam.
Reflecting the latest change to the exam, the introduction of single best answer questions (SBAs), this book is completely up to date and offers a valuable insight into the new exam format. Providing candidates with a wealth of practice questions and organized by subject matter into the modular format, this comprehensive collection of practice SBAs is designed to help candidates assess their own knowledge, aiding thorough preparation for the exam. The book opens with an introduction to the exam, which includes advice on how to prepare for it and information on what to expect. It also offers helpful advice on question comprehension and answer strategies to help candidates achieve exam success. Written by practising Specialist Registrars and Junior Consultants in radiology, and supplemented with detailed explanatory text referenced to major radiology journals and specialist textbooks, Get Through Final FRCR Part A is the essential revision tool for all Specialist Registrars taking the Final FRCR exam.
Providing everything you need to pass the FRCR Part 2A, this book provides a thorough assessment of a candidate's radiological knowledge. The book is divided into six chapters, with 75 questions in each chapter, mirroring the modules and exam papers laid out by the Royal College of Radiologists. This makes you as familiar as possible with its style, content and structure and facilitates directed learning. All questions have been formulated to reflect the current best practice and evidenced-base, ensuring candidates' knowledge of their field is up-to-date. A detailed explanation is provided for each question, including references to review publications or widely-used textbooks, which allow detailed follow-up on the issues discussed.
SBAs for the Final FRCR is an invaluable guide to the new Single Best Answer (SBA) paper for the Final FRCR examination, providing over 350 SBA-style questions and referenced answers written in the style of the Royal College of Radiologists. Each question is accompanied by a concise yet detailed model answer carrying references and additional notes. The answers also act as a useful reference source for many of the key topics found in the syllabus. Questions are categorised in the same six modules that compose the FRCR 2A: • Cardiothoracic and vascular • Musculoskeletal and trauma • Gastro-intestinal • Genito-urinary, adrenal, obstetrics and gynaecology, breast • Paediatric • Central nervous system, head and neck Written by a group of authors who have recently successfully completed the exams, SBAs for the Final FRCR is an essential revision aid for all candidates undertaking the FRCR Part 2A.
Revision Notes for the Final FRCR Part A summarises the core knowledge required for each of the six test papers that make up the exam, all in highly succinct bullet point format. The book takes the stress out of the revision process by providing candidates with a readymade set of highly synthesised and relevant notes that focus exclusively on the topics encountered in the exam. Thoroughly updated for the second edition, each chapter has been authored by successful exam candidates and in turn edited by consultant radiologists to provide highly relevant, high quality, high yield revision notes. Key Points Chapters mirror the structure of the exam: chest & cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and trauma, gastrointestinal & hepatobiliary, paediatrics, genitourinary, gynaecology & breast, and neuroradiology/head & neck Only essential facts are presented and are based entirely upon past questions from the exam Each revision topic is presented in a concise manner and exhaustive lists of differential diagnoses have been distilled into those conditions most often tested
In September 2009, the format of the written Radiology FRCR Part 2A examinations changed. The previous negatively-marked true-false MCQs have become obsolete, replaced by ‘single best answer’ (SBA)questions, with candidates selecting 1 of 5 options, without negativemarking. The author team have themselves recently successfully sat the FRCR exam, and have prior experience in the SBA format, making them ideally suited to write such a book, and have produced an excellent revision guide for the new format exam. There are 750 stem questions covering all 6 modules, including a separate section with a 75 questions-per-module ‘mock’ examination which readers can use to test themselves against the clock, under examination conditions, to hone their technique. The questions have been extensively researched and cross-checked, with relevant topics being drawn from major radiology textbooks, as well as current radiological journals such as Clinical Radiology and Radiographics. Answers are given with detailed explanations and references are provided, which can also be used for further reading as appropriate. As a bonus the authors pass on their own proven exam tips and techniques.Key Points• Authors recently sat exams themselves • Over 700 questions
Combines clinical images, full-color illustrations and bulleted text to create a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for learning and review.
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300 Single Best Answers for the Final FRCR Part A provides 300 practice MCQs, in the new style single best answer format, for candidates preparing for Final FRCR examinations. The book is organised into six chapters that reflect the format of the exam. Each chapter comprises 50 MCQs and an answer section that provides a detailed rationale for the correct response. Key Points Q&As mirror the new Single Best Answer format adopted by the RCR in 2009: few other books available in this new format Detailed rationales provided for every single question, so candidates understand why the correct answer is right
Single best answer (SBA) questions have been introduced into the Final FRCR Part A examination of the Royal College of Radiologists in the UK for the first time. This book of 600 SBA questions and explanatory answers has been written to aid students preparing for the exam by current trainees in clinical radiology, coordinated through The Society of Radiologists in Training (SRT). Questions are grouped by topic and each topic is split into three papers of 70 questions, with explanations separated into chapters to enable readers to either attempt a whole mock exam paper or to browse question by question. The book is a bridge between a pure revision aid and a reference text, including a bibliography of useful references for further information. This is a companion volume to Final FRCR Part A Modules 4-6 Single Best Answer MCQs by the same team.
This book of 600 SBA questions and explanatory answers has been written to aid students preparing for the exam by current trainees in clinical radiology, coordinated through The Society of Radiologists in Training (SRT).
This is a vital revision aid for postgraduate radiology students taking the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) Part 2 final exams. Part 2 comprises two elements: 2a includes a series of six multiple choice exams covering the major body systems, and 2b contains a written exam and an oral viva typically taken at the beginning of the fourth year of specialty training.
Physics MCQs for the Part 1 FRCR is a comprehensive and practical revision tool for the new format Part 1 FRCR examination, covering the complete physics curriculum. Key features: • Contains 300 questions that reflect the style and difficulty of the real exam • Covers basic physics, radiation legislation and all the imaging modalities included in the Royal College of Radiologists training curriculum and new FRCR examination • Includes new exam topics such as MRI and ultrasound imaging • Answers are accompanied by clear, detailed explanations giving candidates in-depth understanding of the topic • Much of the question material is based on the Radiology-Integrated Training Initiative (RITI), as recommended by the Royal College of Radiologists A must-have revision resource for all Part 1 FRCR candidates, Physics MCQs for the Part 1 FRCR is written by a team of specialist registrars who have recently successfully passed the Part 1 FRCR exam and a renowned medical physicist.
This study aid for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) examination reviews facts about the thorax, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems, obstetrics, pediatrics, central nervous system, head and neck, genitourinary anatomy, and breast tissue.
"This is a useful, pocket-sized book that is quick to reference and well-priced" RAD Magazine, Sept 14 Chapman and Nakielny's Aids to Radiological Differential Diagnosis has become a classic resource for trainees and practitioners worldwide, to hone their knowledge of radiological differential diagnosis for the most commonly encountered conditions throughout the body. It is an invaluable quick-reference companion in everyday practice, as well as an essential study tool when preparing for the FRCR or similar examinations. This new edition is thoroughly revised and updated in line with latest clinical practice, knowledge and guidelines. The first section presents lists of differential diagnoses, supplemented by notes on useful facts and discriminating factors. These assist with the systematic assessment of radiographs and images from other modalities. The second section offers detailed summaries of the characteristic radiological appearance of a wide range of clinical conditions. New to this edition is complementary access to the complete, fully searchable eBook, making it even more practical to use than ever before, anytime, anywhere! Lists of differential diagnoses. Notes on radiological apperances. Ideal for preparation for radiological examinations. Now comes with full access to the complete eBook version via Expert Consult! Contents revised and reduced to reflect current radiological practice. Existing lists modernised to reflect modern imaging practice, particularly where technological advances have been made Revised to take account of new imaging guidelines Journal references updated. Increased number of diagrams.
Legendary American Radiology Board Review Expert Prometheus Lionhart presents a comprehensive review for the FRCR Part A Exam. This is a 2 volume Set. This is Volume 2 which includes, Modules 4-6 (Genito-urinary, Adrenal, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Breast, Paediatrics, Neuroradiology).
The Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists' Part 2A Examination has undergone significant changes and a new format was initiated in Spring 2004. The multiple choice question examination has now been divided into six system modules and contains questions on anatomy, physics and techniques. The exam format underwent further revision in Winter 2005, implementing an increased emphasis on the cardiothoracic & vascular and paediatrics modules. This MCQ book was written to address all these changes. This book contains 500 multiple choice questions with short answers; all answers are fully referenced allowing for additional reading. Questions are drawn from the most commonly used textbooks, speciality textbooks and current radiology journals, reflecting the current 'hot topics' in radiology. Six mock papers are included which mirror the new and revised exam format. Radiology MCQs for the new FRCR Part 2A is the ideal revision tool for radiology registrars preparing for the newly revised exam.
A concise, exam-orientated revision text that helps candidates prepare for the notoriously difficult SAQ paper for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (FRCA) Final examination.
MCQs in Travel Medicine contains over 600 multiple choice questions with detailed explanations which both teach and challenge the reader. In an easy-to-read format this book is ideal for practitioners in busy day-to-day practices and those preparing for examinations in travel medicine.
Preparing to Pass the FRCA: Strategies for Exam Success equips you with the skills of effective revision and time management to maximise your success. The book takes each element of the FRCA exam and provides tips and techniques on how to approach the different types of questions, and includes worked examples with answers, so that you can undertake your revision accordingly. It will help you to target your revision so you can cover the breadth of topics in the FRCA syllabus and ensure that you structure your revision in an efficient way, as well as helping you to approach the exam and convey your knowledge through writing or speech correctly. Taking many common problems candidates face when preparing for this exam, the book covers motivation, effective studying, managing nerves, and scheduling time to study amongst other commitments.

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