Essential Concepts in Anatomy and Pathology for Undergraduate Revision PDF (MasterPass)
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Anatomy and pathology are of major importance in our training as doctors. Yet the amount of knowledge to be gained in these two areas can seem overwhelming.
The purpose of Essential Concepts in Anatomy and Pathology for Undergraduate Revision is to help medical students to make the most efficient use of their revision time. This book contains the core basics that medical students need to grasp, and presents this information in the form of lists of key points for ease of reading and remembering.
This book draws on my experience both as a medical student and as an intern at various teaching hospitals. It is my aim to familiarise medical students in their pre-clinical years with the clinically relevant background information and knowledge of anatomy and pathology that are commonly encountered in end-of-semester exams. This book will help them to gain excellent results in those exams and prepare them for going on the wards. This is the book that I wish I had been able to use at the start of medical school.
Essential Concepts in Anatomy and Pathology for Undergraduate Revision is intended for quick revision of key facts. Students should consult reference books if more detailed descriptions or explanations are needed. Texts that I would recommend to supplement their reading of this book include Netter’s Anatomy, Robbins Basic Pathology and Wheater’s Functional Histology (for histological images). I sincerely hope that this book will be a useful addition to the medical student’s bookshelf, and I would appreciate any feedback from readers to help to improve future editions.
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