Revision Notes for the MRCOG Part 1
Oxford University Press
This Oxford University Press app-book, Revision Notes for the MRCOG, Part 1, improves your performance with relevant, valid material that you can access quickly and with minimum effort in the palm of your hand using Indextra's patented technology.
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- High-resolution pictures
- Notes and picture-notes
About this title:
Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts
Framed around the MRCOG Part 1 syllabus, this revision guide brings together the fundamentals of the basic sciences required to pass the exam. Highly visual in order to best aid revision technique, the book focuses not only on preparing for the exam, but also on retaining facts beyond it. As well as a revision aid, the book acts as a refresher for facts and figures ensuring that they are readily available.
Information is concise and presented through visually memorable tools, such as boxes and flow diagrams. References to Basic Science in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, which explains the principles and workings of basic sciences, are made throughout to aid revision.
- An ideal revision guide, covering the entire MRCOG Part 1 syllabus
- Highly visual content aids revision and enhances the retention of key high-yield facts
- Includes new innovative anatomical diagrams that easily identify the anatomical relationship of structures, as tested in the exam
The guide is written by three experts in the specialty: Arisudhan Anantharachagan is Specialist Registrar, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, London Deanery; Ippokratis Sarris is Clinical Research Fellow and Honorary Registrar, Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Oxford, and John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; and Austin Ugwumadu is Consultant of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, St George's Hospital, Tooting, London, and Senior Lecturer at the University of London.
Authors: Arisudhan Anantharachagan, Ippokratis Sarris, and Austin Ugwumadu