The Physical Exam

The Physical Exam

by Noor Sash, PhD

This course covers all essential topics for the MRCS (Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons) Part A exam.

Dr. Stuart Enoch uses a combination of oral examination, interactive discussions and sample patients with symptoms to give you an overview of clinical anatomy, surgery principles and physiological principles to prepare you for your exam. 

The course is up to date with the current curriculum.

  • Musculoskeletal - Upper Limb
  • Head and Neck Anatomy
  • Thorax Anatomy
  • Trauma and Post-op Management
  • Upper Part of the Body Anatomy
  • Medical Scenarios
  • The Physical Exam

Raise your test scores with the help of exploratory videos, clinical pearls, further downloadable materials, interactive quizzes and mnemonics.

Course Details

  • Videos 8
  • Duration 0:20 h
  • Quiz questions 7
  • Concept Pages 2

Content

Your Educators of course The Physical Exam

 Noor Sash, PhD

Noor Sash, PhD

Dr. Sash Noor worked as a trainer at Doctors Academy, UK, which is one of the world’s largest providers of medical education and training that complements the programs offered by medical universities, institutions, and hospitals.
Within Lecturio, she teaches courses on the Physical Examination.


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Poorly recorded. Not a teaching material.
By Lok C. on 15. June 2021 for The Physical Exam

1. Is there a US version? 2. It will be better to tell what's going to do before checking. 3. Please explain why. 4. Please illustrate how much is considered to be certain diseases

 
Not understood
By Dr. Z. on 24. April 2021 for JVP

Not very well practical not understood even a single thing

 
No well explain or demonstrated
By ismail a. on 28. May 2019 for JVP

It more discussion then teaching material ... would be better for me to watch youtube material

 
No well demonstrated
By ismail a. on 28. May 2019 for Completing the Examination

Physical examination not well demonstrated ... More organised will be better stage by stage