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Oxford University Press
29 July 2010
MCQs for First FRCR offers the most comprehensive coverage of the topics covered in the new First Fellowship of Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) examination, which includes newly-added topics such as ultrasound and magnetic resonance. Led by specialist trainees with recent exam experience and contributions from experienced senior consultants and examiners, this book offers not only relevant content and valuable insights, but also visually enhanced answer sections (including diagrams and tables) that aim to improve and enhance understanding of key concepts in medical physics and radiation protection. Each chapter includes up to forty multiple choice questions covering each area of the exam. Each question and answer includes explanations and further reading.
Edited by:   Varut Vardhanabhuti (Specialty Registrar South West Peninsula Deanery UK), Julia James (Specialty Registrar, South West Peninsula Deanery, UK), Rosemary Gray (Specialty Registrar, South West Peninsula Deanery, UK), Rehaan Nensey (Specialty Registrar, South West Peninsula Deanery, UK), Vivien Shuen (Specialty Registrar, South West Peninsula Deanery, UK)
Imprint:   Oxford University Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 13mm
Weight:   366g
ISBN:   9780199584024
ISBN 10:   0199584028
Series:   Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts
Pages:   240
Publication Date:   29 July 2010
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
1: Basic radiation physics 2: General Radiation Protection 3: IRR (99) and IRMER (2000) 4: Image quality and X-rays production 5: Film screen radiography 6: Digital radiography 7: Fluroscopy 8: Computed tomography 9: Nuclear medicine 10: Ultrasound 11: Magnetic resonance imaging

Reviews for MCQs for the First FRCR

There are 3 recently published books covering the physics component of the First FRCR, which are updated to reflect the new curriculum. Out of all of them, I think this one is the best and most comprehensive. All in all, if you were to choose to invest in one book for the Physics module, I would definitely buy this one. Amazon review This book most accurately reflects the level of the FRCR part 1 physics paper. I failed my first attempt at the exam, by preparing using an online service (which shall remain nameless) and some of the lesser MCQ books. My second attempt was successful, in no small part due to this book which, whilst very dry indeed, matches quite closely the actual exam questions in scope and difficulty. If you can get most of the questions in this correct, then you should be fine for the exam.

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