Passing the FRCR Part 1: Cracking Anatomy

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ISBN: 9783131987617

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Written by radiology registrars who have recently passed the newly formatted FRCR Part 1 Anatomy Exam, this study guide includes detailed coverage of all the anatomy topics on the exam. The images and accompanying questions and answers are specifically tailored to the new exam format and cover the following areas: Neuroradiology and Head and Neck Radiology; Chest and Cardiovascular Radiology; Gastrointestinal, Gynecological, and Urological Anatomy; and Musculoskeletal Anatomy.

Key Features:

More than 300 high-quality images accompanied by questions and answers that match the syllabus of the newly formatted anatomy module
A practice exam at the end of the book offers candidates the experience of taking the exam under timed conditions
Passing the FRCR Part 1: Cracking Anatomy enables candidates to enter the exam room for the image viewing session confident in their knowledge and fully prepared to pass the exam."Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) is an internationally recognized accreditation and the national assessment mechanism for those undergoing formal specialist training in clinical radiology in the UK. It is necessary to practice as a consultant in the UK, and is viewed as an international standard for radiology exams. Many trainees from the Indian subcontinent and several Arab and Asian countries sit for FRCR as well as their own national exams, and the number doing so has increased significantly over the recent years.
This book is intended for all candidates sitting the FRCR Part 1 anatomy exam. There are three sittings of this exam each year in London, Singapore and Hong Kong. In each sitting there are 200 places for the exam in London, 120 in Singapore and 30 in Hong Kong, which is a total of 1050 candidates per year.
Designed to be a revision aid for the new format of the First Part 1 anatomy exam that was introduced in Spring 2013, the book is divided into four sections to reflect the different components of the syllabus, and there will be a mock exam as well to give the reader a chance to practice taking a typical exam under timed conditions.