Crash Course Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 3rd Edition
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The new series of Crash Course continues to provide readers with complete coverage of the MBBS curriculum in an easy-to-read, user-friendly manner. Building on the success of previous editions, the new Crash Courses retain the popular and unique features that so characterised the earlier volumes and are fully updated throughout.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Self-assessment section fully updated to reflect current exam requirements
- Contains ‘common exam pitfalls’ as advised by faculty
- Crash Courses also available electronically!
- Online self-assessment bank also available - content edited by Dan Horton-Szar!
- More than 350 tables and illustrations present clinical, diagnostic and practical information in an easy-to-follow manner
- Friendly and accessible approach to the subject makes learning especially easy
- Written by junior doctors for students - authors who understand exam pressures
- Contains ‘Hints and Tips’ boxes, and other useful aide-mémoires
- Succinct coverage of the subject enables ‘sharp focus’ and efficient use of time during exam preparation
- Contains a fully updated self-assessment section - ideal for honing exam skills and self-testing
Great book for undergrad O&G. Easy to navigate, read and retain information. Has the right amount of detail and yet very concise and to the point, and with no irrelevant topics. The first section on clinical presentations is very useful for OSCES and to get a feel for different history templates in O&G. This book made O&G much easier to learn and more enjoyable for me. Highly recommended.
NZ Medical Student [review of 1st edition]
The great thing about the Crash Course books is they will give you enough of the basics to scrape a pass in medical school. If, like me, you feel that diseased female anatomy is not life's great calling then this will give you enough knowledge to get by in the written exams, that said, if you do have an interest, it's not a bad book to start with as its well structured and provides a decent framework to expand upon. As with all the Crash Course books, it’s clear, easy to revise from, and accurate without getting bogged down in too much detail. For anything beyond MBBS though you will need a more detailed book.
Medical Student [review of 1st edition]
The book has a 5 star rating on Amazon [first edition]
By Chidimma Onwere, MBBS, Bsc (Biochemistry), Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, St. Mary’s Hospital, London, UK
; Hemant N Vakharia, MBBS BSC(Hons) MRCOG , ST4, Queens Hospital in Romford, Essex, UK; Ruma Dutta, BSc, MBBS, MRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust, Middlesex, UK and Shreelata T Datta, MRCOG, LLM, MBBS, BSc (Hons), DFFP, Imperial College School of Medicine, London, UK