We will continue MRCP Series here and we will share the Books you will need for MRCP Part 1.
1: 100 Case Histories in Clinical Medicine For MRCP by Jypee (PART 1)
Table of Contents
- Acromegaly Klinefelter’s Syndrome
- Conn’s Syndrome
- Cushing’s Syndrome
- Diabetic Amyotrophy
- S-I-A-D-H Syndrome
- Infectious Mononucleosis
- Enteric Fever
- Herpes Zoster
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Temporal Arteritis P
- olyarteritis Nodosa
- Ankylosing Spondylitis
- Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
- Renal Tubular Acidosis
- Carcinoma Prostate
- Acute Pyelonephritis
- Polycystic Kidneys
- Digoxin Toxicity P
- henytoin Toxicity
- Levodopa Toxicity
- Paracetamol Toxicity
- Toxic Shock Syndrome
- Goodpasture’s Syndrome
- Milroy’s Disease
- Carcinoid Syndrome
- Malignant Melanoma
2: An Aid to the MRCP Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics
Allay your anxieties about the MRCP exams and increase your confidence with An Aid to the MRCP: Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics.
In order to pass the MRCP exams you will need to learn a large number of lists and key facts. This book provides the essential lists and facts you need to know together with memory aids to speed learning and recall. Armed with this knowledge you will be able to rapidly narrow your differential diagnosis and identify the most likely answer.
This essential new MRCP title has been written by a recent candidate for the MRCP exams who used this technique to pass first time, in conjunction with Dr Bob Ryder, Dr Anne Freeman and Dr Mir Afzal; all established authorities in the MRCP field and authors of the two volumes of An Aid to the MRCP PACES.
An Aid to the MRCP: Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics presents memory aids, facts and lists that are based on questions faced whilst revising for, or encountered during the MRCP exams and also features a free audio revision tool at www.anaidtothemrcp.com with a summary of the mnemonics contained in the book.
3: Best of five by Dr. Hakim Assalahi 2014 Endo and Rheuma
4: Last minute only cardio Chapter
5: Neurology for MRCP
This book is the essential revision guide for neurology in the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Mrcp). Neurology has been rated as the most difficult subject in Mrcp examinations and there has been no concise and easy-to-use revision guide to help candidates through the exams until now. Neurology for Mrcp is written by two experienced neurologists who have taught both the written (Part 1 and Part 2) and clinical (Paces) sections of the exam. This pioneering new book will also be useful for medical students sitting for their final examinations and for doctors who are preparing for the Plab examination.
6: (Master pass) Essential Concepts in Anatomy and Pathologygy for Undergraduate Revision
Anatomy and pathology are key areas in medical training, but the amount medical students have to learn within them can seem overwhelming. This book helps students gain a firm grasp of the facts they must know before they enter their clinical years. It encompasses the core basics of the major organ systems in the body and presents them in a memorable, easy-to-read form. The book covers the background and knowledge that are clinically relevant to, and commonly encountered in, end-of-semester exams and provides a solid preparation for clinical years. It is an excellent resource for all medical students wishing to gain and retain anatomy and pathology knowledge in a time-effective manner.
Can I get Best of five MCQs for MRCP part 1 (Dr Iqbal Khan). Thank You very much
I will check that.