Preface; 1. The elective repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm; 2. Adrenalectomy; 3. Amputation (below knee); 4. Anorectal sepsis; 5. Appendicectomy; 6. Principles of bowel anastomosis; 7. Breast surgery; 8. Carotid endarterectomy; 9. Carpal tunnel decompression; 10. Central venous cannulation; 11. Cholescystectomy (laparascopic); 12. Circumcision; 13. Colles fracture reduction; 14. Compound fractures; 15. Dupuytren's contracture release; 16. Dynamic hip screw; 17. Fasciotomy; 18. Femoral embolectomy; 19. Femoral hernia repair; 20. Haemorrhoidectomy; 21. Hip surgery; 22. Hydrocele repair; 23. Inguinal hernia repair; 24. Laparatomy and abdominal incisions; 25. Oesophago-gastro-duodenoscopy; 26. Orchidectomy; 27. Parotidectomy; 28. Perforated peptic ulcer; 29. Pyloric stenosis and Ramstedt's pyloromyotomy; 30. Right hemicolectomy; 31. Skin cover (reconstructive ladder); 32. Spinal surgery; 33. Splenectomy; 34. Stomas; 35. Submandibular gland excision; 36. Tendon repair; 37. Thoracostomy (chest drain); 38. Thoracotomy; 39. Thyroidectomy; 40. Tracheostomy; 41. Urinary retention and related surgical procedures; 42. Varicose vein surgery; 43. Vasectomy; 44. Zadik's procedure.
A comprehensive study manual for the MRCS surgery viva exam.
Ali Abbassian is a Specialist Registrar in trauma and orthopaedics on the North Thames training programme. Sarah Krishnandan is a Specialist Registrar in Accident and Emergency Medicine, working at St George's Hospital Medical School, London. Christopher James works in the Orthopaedics Department at Guy's Hospital, London.
'This publication,. written by recent graduates of the MRCS system, is broad, concise and well-structured. ... This book should be used as a source of questions to assess the candidate's readiness for the exam' British Journal of Surgery 'This Publication written by recent graduates for the MRCS system, is broad, concise and well structured.' British Journal of Surgery