An updated version of the successful examination guide assisting students preparing for the Physicians Part 1 Exam
Examination Medicine remains a bestselling text among Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) candidates preparing for the Physicians Part 1 Examination.
This updated edition of Examination Medicine builds on its popular original format with abundant new content.
This highly respected medical resource is the perfect information source for students undertaking exam preparation.
Examination Medicine, 6th Edition: A guide to physician training will be widely used by medical students as well as candidates for other specialty examinations involving medical clinical exams.
key facts candidates must understand for the fellowship examination
information on history-taking, the examination and medical investigations
updated long and short cases
A historical note
Chapter 1 Basic training requirements
Chapter 2 The written examination
Chapter 3 The clinical examination
Chapter 4 The long case
Chapter 5 The cardiovascular long case
Chapter 6 Common long cases
Chapter 7 The gastrointestinal long case
Chapter 8 The haematological long case
Chapter 9 The rheumatological long case
Chapter 10 The endocrine long case
Chapter 11 The renal long case
Chapter 12 The neurological long case
Chapter 13 The infectious diseases long case
Chapter 14 The short case
Chapter 15 Common short cases
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- 2nd December 2009
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Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean (Health and Medicine), and Professor, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, NSW, Australia; Senior Staff Specialist, John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle. Australia; Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA; Adjunct Professor of Medicine, University of North Carolina, USA; Foreign Guest Professor, Karolinska Institute, Sweden; President-Elect, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
Cardiologist, Canberra Hospital; Clinical Senior Lecturer, Australian National University Medical School, Canberra, ACT, Australia