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MRCS exam to study Orthopaedics in the UK

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4 mn read Good evening, sir! Your blogs on World Surgery Forum are very inspiring. I’m presently pursuing my 4th year MBBS in West Bengal. After my internship, I dream to study MRCS in UK on Orthopaedics. If you can help me with my few questions, I shall be highly obliged to you. Thank you! First of all, […]

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MRCS after MBBS: Questions and Answers for MBBS candidates

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4 mn read MRCS after MBBS Dear Dr. Sandeep, I was going through your posts on MRCS. I am an MBBS doctor and planning to take MRCS after MBBS. As you said that after completing the exams successfully we need to get registered by GMC after taking IELTS exam. Is there any issue in getting GMC registration for […]

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Pattern of MRCS Part B Exam and Best Books to Crack MRCS Part B

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2 mn read Pattern of MRCS Part B Examination MRCS Part B is a Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) which includes following broad content areas (BCAs): Applied Knowledge (Total = 8 stations) 1. Anatomy and surgical pathology (5 stations)2. Applied surgical science and critical care (3 stations) Applied Skills (Total = 10 stations) 1. Clinical and Procedural Skills […]

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Opportunities After MRCS

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2 mn read For those who are interested in understanding the kind of jobs one can get after MRCS. Here is an example of a recently posted job for people with MRCS/ GMC Registration. Opportunities After MRCS Two departments mentioned in the post below which are relevant for candidates with MRCS are: Accident & Emergency  Trauma & Orthopaedics […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of doing MRCS

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4 mn read Here at World Surgery Forum (Contact Us and World Surgery Forum Facebook Page), we get lots of queries  regarding the advantages and disadvantages of doing MRCS and whether it is worth investing money in appearing for MRCS. HOW TO CRACK MRCS PART A AND THE BEST BOOKS FOR MRCS PART A PREPARATION Some of the advantages […]

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Valid medical degrees for MRCS Part A Eligibility

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< 1 mn read Sir, I studied MBBS in Ukraine. Can i appear for MRCS Part A ? To enter the examination, a candidate must possess a primary medical qualification that is acceptable to the United Kingdom General Medical Council for Full or Provisional Registration or to the Medical Council in Ireland for Full or Temporary Registration; overseas candidates […]

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Pathophysiology of Diabetic Foot: Questions and Answers

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2 mn read What is the definition of Diabetic Foot? Diabetic foot is a disease complex that can develop in the skin, muscles and bones of the feet as a result of the nerve damage, poor circulation and/or infection that is associated with diabetes. Diabetic Foot Spectrum What proportion of diabetics will develop diabetic foot ulcers during their […]

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Pastest vs eMRCS vs OneExam for Preparation of MRCS Part A Exam

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3 mn read Getting many queries regarding the selection of the best MCQ/EMQ Online Question banks for MRCS Part A Preparation. The decision to select amongst these can be daunting as these courses are costly. While preparing for MRCS Exam, I came across unending list of sites that offer MRCS part A questions. Sharing my experience here on […]

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MRCS Part A: Essential Revision Notes: Book 1
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MRCS Practice Papers Part A: Paper 1 SBAs

MRCS Practice Papers Part A: Paper 2 EMQs

Rush University Medical Center Review of Surgery

Bailey & Love Companion Guide Mcqs & Emqs In Surgery

SBA MCQs and EMQs for the MRCS Part A Pack: 2

Basic Science for the MRCS: A revision guide for surgical trainees

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery

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EMQs and Data Interpretation Questions in Surgery

BEST BOOKS FOR MRCS PART B

DrExam Part B MRCS OSCE Revision Guide: Book 1

DrExam Part B MRCS OSCE Revision Guide: Book 2

OSCEs for the MRCS Part B: A Bailey & Love Revision Guide

Succeeding in the MRCS Part B Exam: Essential revision notes for the OSCE format

Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2E

Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors by Harold Ellis

Essential Radiological Anatomy for the MRCS

Surgical Critical Care: For the MRCS OSCE by Mazyar Kanani and Simon Lammy

Surgical Critical Care Vivas by Mazyar Kanani

Mcminn’s Color Atlas of Human Anatomy

Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy

 

BEST MCQ BOOKS FOR GENERAL SURGERY

Surgery Essence By Pritesh Singh

Surgery Sixer for NBE by Rajamahendran 4th ed (2019)

Bailey & Love Companion Guide Mcqs & Emqs In Surgery

Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery ABSITE and Board Review

Surgery PreTest Self-Assessment and Review, 13th ed

SURGERY COMPLETE – 2019

Surgery For PGMEE 13th Edition – 2019 by Amit Ashish

BEST TEXTBOOKS FOR GENERAL SURGERY

Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery, 27th Edition

Sabiston’s Textbook of Surgery

Schwartz’s Principles Of Surgery

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Operative Techniques in Surgery by Michael W. Mulholland et al

Chassin’s Operative Strategy in General Surgery

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