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01. Cardiovascular medicine ; 02. Chest medicine ; 03. Endocrinology ; 04. Gastroenterology ; 05. Renal medicine ; 06. Haematology ; 07. Infectious diseases ; 08. Neurology ; 09. Rheumatology ; 10. Surgery ; 11. Clinical chemistry ; 12. Emergencies

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Alex Liakos, Trainee in Core Medicine, London Deanery, UK, Martin Hill, General Practice Trainee, Wessex Deanery, UK

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Review from previous edition I purchased this to practice question styles before my coming exams. It helps with just that. There is a section on each area of medicine and the answers are then provided with explanations of why that is the right answer. It works well to have the explanations as it not only helps revision but also aids knowledge in general. * Amazon customer review *
A wide-ranging and comprehensive set of self-assessment questions, focusing on common and important clinical problems. Allows coverage of a much broader range of topics than any standard text could manage in such a concise framework. * Dr Michael Schachter, Imperial College London *
A great new question book with easy links to your trusted handbook favourites. With the answers explained, this book not only tests you but gives you feedback too! * Laura May, Medical student *
Recommended in Times Higher Education, February 2010
There is no doubt that this book would have been a great help during my revision and I would strongly recommend it. It is certainly the best question book Ive used, it not only prepares you for the exam but it also prepares you for the wards. * Thomas Kelley, Academic Foundation Year 1 Doctor, Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School *

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