The MRCS Module 2016

by Hassan Ashfaq Ul
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Author/Editor Hassan Ashfaq Ul
ISBN 9789385891274
Speciality Surgery,MCQs and Self-assessment
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12978
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2017
Pages 131
Book Type Reference
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This book focuses on “The MRCS Module 2016”. The MRCS Module 2016 is a concise and fully revised book for a complete revision, having a special focus on the latest questions, especially from the examinations. The book covers special and important questions which are most frequently asked by the examiners. The conceptual knowledge gained from the book will be of immense help to the students in preparing for the examinations. The prime focus for the students should be to go through the most important and latest questions from the book and get a healthy score in the examinations.

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