Viva Guide in ENT Surgery: The traffic light approach (Paperback)Ricardo Chatrath (author)
Paperback 382 Pages / Published: 02/10/2014
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Viva Guide in ENT Surgery: The traffic light approach is the first book to be written in the format of section 2 of the UK Intercollegiate Fellowship Examination (FRCS ORL-HNS). During the viva, the examiner starts with an introductory question (here colour-coded green) followed by one or more competency question(s) (colour-coded amber) and finally one or more advanced question(s) (colour-coded red). This guide book covers the spectrum of topics in the syllabus pertaining to Otology & Neuro-otology, Rhinology & Facial Plastics, Paediatric ENT and Head & Neck Surgery. At the beginning, all of the 'pass/fail' Paediatric ENT emergencies are highlighted. Familiarization with the 119 clinical cases presented will not only enhance your knowledge of key subjects in Otolaryngology, but also help to develop strategies to systematically decipher any rare esoteric questions, when under the stress of examination or interview. Whilst this book is primarily aimed at Senior ENT Trainees, any clinicians interested in a concise compendium of modern ENT practice and a fresh unique approach to understanding Clinical Otorhinolaryngology will also find it rewarding. It may also be worth noting that additional well-illustrated questions, answers and succinct explanations of 62 different clinical cases, plus a separate chapter on clinical audiology, are available in ENT Tzar "DO-HNS and MRCS (ENT) OSCE GUIDE" (visit www.enttzar.co.uk for further details).
Publisher: Upfront Publishing
Number of pages: 382
Dimensions: 197 x 132 x 21 mm
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