Basic Medical Sciences for MRCP Part 1 PDF eBook by Philippa J. Easterbrook free download.
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- Book Name: Basic Medical Sciences for MRCP Part 1
- Book Author: Philippa J. Easterbrook
- Book Categories: Medical & Medicine
- Book Language: English
- Total Pages: 441 Pages
- File Format: PDF
- File Size: 1.12 MB
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Introduction MRCP (UK) Part 1 and 2 exams require a strong knowledge and understanding of the basic sciences. This concise but comprehensive review guide summarizes the basic sciences relevant to the MRCP examination in eight chapters: Genetics and Molecular Medicine, Microbiology, Immunology, Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, and Clinical Chemistry. It is primarily designed for MRCP Parts 1 and 2 candidates, although it may also be useful for those studying for other postgraduate exams such as the US Medical Licensing Exam (MLE) and PLAB. The information is presented in the form of simple lists, tables, flowcharts and diagrams, and before each chapter a summary of the key topics is provided to provide a helpful framework for reviewing important ideas and information. Covering such a wide area, no book of this length can be expected to be complete, and so I have focused on recurring review topics, current issues, and recent developments reported in the scientific and medical literature. When a particular subject is unfamiliar or a point needs further clarification, one of the many excellent basic science textbooks should be consulted. Several of the top five MCQ exercises in basic sciences are also available for MRCP. In this third edition, all chapters have been extensively updated with new material to reflect recent developments, especially in molecular medicine, immunology and microbiology. We have also improved the design. Special relevant topics are highlighted in the shaded box; And a second color has been used to enhance the clarity of tables and figures. Acknowledgments I am grateful to many former colleagues at Oxford, Baltimore and London who have provided valuable feedback in previous editions. Thanks to the Elsevier team in Edinburgh for managing their project and to David Gardner for his skillful work of art. I would appreciate any corrections, clarifications or suggestions for future editions.