This video course is the perfect preparation for the MRCS (Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons) Part A Exam. It provides an overview of the essential clinical anatomy, principles of surgery and basic physiological principles.
The course also includes the rationale behind requesting investigations and management for common surgical procedures and emergencies. As tested in the actual exam, there will be demonstrations of topographic anatomy with a focus on functional and clinical anatomy.
Learn from Dr. Stuart Enoch as he uses a combination of oral examinations, interactive discussions, and sample patients with symptoms to help you understand each topic clearly.
The course is up to date to the current curriculum.
The video was a good aid to review what I have seen about trauma and immediate post-op management.
Very well done in explaining both the anatomy and physiology of nerve injury. Also excellent clinical examples.
I though it was very detailed and informative, I will probably be watching it again. Hard to pick up on his accent at times on pronunciation of terms but it's a skill I will have to learn to know anatomy well enough to recognize the word regardless of pronunciation.
The course is very helpful, teaching is very clear, demonstration is clear