MCQ Companion to Applied Radiological Anatomy

Author:
Arockia Doss, Matthew J. Bull,
Alan Sprigg and Paul D. Griffiths
Published in: Cambridge University Press
Release Year: 2003
ISBN: 978-0-511-06553-8
Pages: 214
Edition: 1st
File Size: 2 MB
File Type: pdf
Language: English




Description of MCQ Companion to Applied Radiological Anatomy


One of the best ways to prepare well for an MCQ exam is to make up MCQs whilst reading a text. MCQ Companion to Applied Radiological Anatomy book is the result of such an effort for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) 1 exam with the textbook Applied Radiological Anatomy. The Royal College of Radiologists recently introduced the modular exam for the FRCR 2A. The radiological anatomy, techniques and physics will contribute about 15–20% of all the MCQs. The purpose of this work is to present questions on radiological anatomy for the six modules of the FRCR 2A. Therefore, the book is presented as six modules, each representing a module for the FRCR 2A. The modules should be read in conjunction with chapters in the textbook Applied Radiological Anatomy. 
The questions with the relevant answers are on opposite pages which makes easy reading. Some questions are based on pathology and some are related to general radiological technique from day-to-day practice. It is hoped that this will be stimulating to the trainee and help with better understanding in acquiring the general skills of performing and reporting radiological examinations. We have not included a separate module on surface anatomy. 
However, questions on relevant surface anatomy are included in the various modules. Some of the chapters from Applied Radiological Anatomy have been included in a related module. For example, the chapter on renal tract and retroperitoneum and pelvis has been included in Module 4. It is hoped that MCQ Companion to Applied Radiological Anatomy book will provide radiology trainees with a focused approach to learning MCQs from different anatomical locations and prepare them well for the modules of the FRCR 2A.
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