This book will appeal to candidates appearing for Final MB examinations in the UK and international students preparing for finals; but also has utility for allied healthcare professionals who will be examined in general internal medicine. It contains 320 questions, which have been divided into 11 commonly tested areas of medicine, surgery and sub-specialties, thus allowing for practice by specialty or by random selection. The answers give a detailed explanation of the single best answer, and as well as directly answering the question, there is information about other aspects of each possible answer to allow the reader to broaden their exam preparation. Request Inspection Copy
RevMED teaches students how to interpret clinical cases by presenting key details of the history and examination of a patient and making them choose between five plausible options. RevMED contains questions on a broad variety of topics in general medicine and surgery that range in difficulty to cover the basics, but also challenge even the most able students. The explanations include up-to-date guidelines and a thorough exploration of not only the correct answer, but a breakdown of the incorrect options as well. Therefore, each SBA is a form of case-based tutorial that can succinctly communicate a concept in general medicine or surgery.Question books are an exceptionally useful resource for medical students preparing for their clinical exams. RevMED is designed by medical students who recently sat clinical written examinations and has been reviewed by doctors/professors thereby combining clinical accuracy with a student-friendly delivery.
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