*· How to Prepare for the MRCOG Part 1
Jafaru Abu and David Ireland
A new edition, based on the popular MRCOG Part 1 MCQ Revision Book, covering all aspects of the MRCOG Part 1 exam. Features two practice papers
· practice papers.
· Part 1 MRCOG Examination Multiple Choice Questions and Answers
Candidates are eligible to enter for the Part 1 MRCOG examination when they have obtained their medical degree. The examination is based on basic sciences and consists of two multiple choice question papers, each lasting two hours. This volume contains an example of each paper. Each MCQ paper contains sixty (5 part) questions. Answer keys for each paper can be found at the end of each section.
· Basic Science in Obstetrics and Gynaecology - a textbook for the MRCOG part 1
M de Swiet, G Chamberlain and P Bennett
The book brings together in one book the fundamentals of the basic sciences so important for Part 1 of the MRCOG. The material on cell and molecular biology has been thoroughly updated, and there are separate chapters on pathology, microbiology and immunology. The self-assessment section at the end of the book has been revised to reflect changes in the exam.
· Basic Sciences for Obstetrics and Gynaecology MCQs (2nd edition)
Please note: this book is currently reprinting, with no date for delivery. Orders will be recorded and supplied when the book is available.
Presents sample multiple choice questions and answers dealing with the basic sciences in obstetrics and gynaecology. The aim is to give MRCOG part 1 candidates a flavour of the examination itself.
· MRCOG: Part 1 MCQs - Basic Science for Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Khaldown W Sharif, Harry Gee and Martin J Whittle
Contains over 450 multiple-choice questions, together with their answers and explanatory notes. The questions are of similar format and content to those of the Part 1 MRCOG. Useful during initial preparation as well as for final revision.
· Essential Reproduction (5th edition)
MH Johnson and BJ Everitt
Provides an integrated approach to the study of mammalian reproduction, spanning the disciplines of anatomy, physiology, endocrinology, immunology, genetics, and obstetrics and gynaecology.
· Clinically Oriented Anatomy (4th edition)
KL Moore and AF Dalley
This fourth edition text features coverage of anatomy along with clinical correlations and includes surface anatomy and medical imaging. It features case studies with discussions; nerve, muscle and artery tables; and clinical and medical imaging boxes.
· Last Anatomy: Regional and Applied (10th edition)
Last's Anatomy has for many editions been regarded as the standard text for all those training in surgery. This new edition is no exception, it emphasises the clinical and applied aspects of the subject for undergraduates and postgraduates in medicine, surgery and dentistry.
· Harper's Biochemistry (26th edition)
Robert K Murray, Daryl K Granner, Peter A Mayes and Victor W Rodwell
Offers concise yet authoritative coverage of the principles of biochemistry and molecular biology.
· Biochemistry (5th edition)
With the addition of two new co-authors, Biochemistry takes a new direction, as it becomes the first text to fully reflect the revolution that has taken place in biomedical science in the past ten years, culminating in the human genome project. A key focus of the new edition is the unifying features of protein structure and function that have been revealed by the incredible progress in gene sequencing. Such features are highlighted in a way that will help students master the complex and intricate subject matter.
· Langman’s Medical Embryology (9th edition)
The ninth edition of this best-selling embryology textbook features an animation CD, making Langman's Medical Embryology a powerful tool for beginning students in most health-related fields. Recognised as the classic textbook in embryology, the new edition continues the long-standing tradition of clarity, brevity and clinical relevance.
· Human Embryology (3rd edition)
Presents you with all the latest knowledge in this rapidly advancing field. Richly illustrated in full colour.
· Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility (6th edition)
L Speroff, RH Glass and NG Kase
This new edition continues to cover the field of reproductive endocrinology and medicine in the most comprehensive and practical manner. The objective of the text is to communicate factual knowledge as well as systematic approaches to clinical problems in one of the most fast-changing areas of medicine.
· ABC of Clinical Genetics (3rd edition)
A highly illustrated introduction to genetic mechanisms involved in inherited disorders.
Essential Medical Genetics (5th edition)
JM Connor and MA Ferguson-Smith
Balances basic principles and clinical issues in modern medical genetics, and covers what students will be taught both clinically and pre-clinically.
· Human Histology (2nd edition)
A Stevens and J Lowe
Textbook and colour atlas relating human tissue structure to function, cell biology, and disease processes.
· Roitt's Essential Immunology
IM Roitt and PJ Delves
This best-selling, highly readable immunology primer is lavishly illustrated in full colour. Contains suggestions for further reading, a detailed glossary and menus of contents that begin each chapter
· Medical Microbiology (2nd edition)
CA Mims, JH Playfair, IM Roitt, D Wakelin and R Williams
Core medical microbiology with a special emphasis on accessibility and relevance to clinical practice.
· Medical Microbiology (4th edition)
PR Murray, KS Rosenthal, GS Kobayashi and MA Pfaller
Provides a balanced, up-to-date and clinically relevant introduction to microbiology. Distinguished by its innovative use of colour graphics and tables, and a 'student-friendly' format.
· General and Systemic Pathology (3rd edition)
General and Systematic Pathology is a highly acclaimed textbook, written and designed for students of medicine and related health science subjects. It presents pathology in the context of modern cellular biology and clinical practice. This comprehensive text begins with the principles of pathology and the mechanisms of disease before covering systematic pathology.
· Lecture Notes on Clinical Pharmacology (6th edition)
J Reid, PC Rubin and B Whiting
A concise introduction to this subject, containing the latest information on new and withdrawn drugs.
· Clinical Pharmacology (9th edition)
PN Bennett and MJ Brown
This book is for students, doctors and indeed for all concerned with evidence-based drug therapy. A knowledge of pharmacological and therapeutic principles is essential if drugs/medicines are to be used safely and effectively for increasingly informed and critical patients.
· Review of Medical Physiology (21st edition)
This book provides a current and concise overview of mammalian and human physiology. Examples from clinical medicine have been integrated throughout the chapters to illuminate important physiologic concepts. The book includes more than 700 attractive and informative illustrations. A valuable self-study guide, which features content summaries, objectives, essay questions, and multiple-choice questions, is provided at the end of the book.
· Introduction to Medical Statistics (3rd edition)
Includes all the statistical work required for a course in medicine and for the examinations of the Royal Colleges