Thorax Anatomy

Thorax Anatomy

by Stuart Enoch, 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
  • Medical Body Examination

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

Course Details

  • Videos 6
  • Duration 0:19 h
  • Quiz questions 6
  • Concept Pages 2

Content

Your Educators of course Thorax Anatomy

 Stuart Enoch, PhD

Stuart Enoch, PhD

Dr. Stuart Enoch is the founder and executive director of the Doctors Academy Group, an independent medical education provider in the UK.
After completing a PhD in Cell Biology at the University of Cardiff and a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Sciences at the University of Liverpool, he pursued Specialist Training in Burns and Plastic Surgery.
In addition to clinical work, he has been actively involved in medical education and training throughout his career. He has won several awards and research fellowships and co-chairs global events, e.g., the International Medical Summer School in Manchester.
Within Lecturio, he teaches the MRCS Part A Revision Course.


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Indian accent
By Mwongera M. on 21. September 2021 for Superior Mediastinum

Indian accent is not easy to understand. Lecturio you can better.

 
thorax
By mix 2. on 30. July 2020 for Lung

easy explained and understandable. nice mnemonics and just wonderful. thank you very much professor.

 
dont recommend
By Sania A. on 21. September 2018 for Important Anatomical Points

you can find better lecture at yt. And the lecturer is talking fast

 
Superb
By Nivi V. on 25. June 2018 for Lung

Short and sweet in easily understandable way ...worth in time and knowledge