About Radiological Anatomy for FRCR Part 1 by Philip Borg, Abdul Rahman J. Alvi
- The new FRCR part 1 Anatomy test consists of twenty cases/images, each with five questions. The instances are labelled 01 through 20 and the questions are labelled (a) through (e).
- The authors have attempted to replicate this style by collecting 200 instances that, based on their expertise, are representative of those that would be used to evaluate applicants.
- The book has ten tests with twenty cases and five stem questions per test. At the end of each chapter, the answers, together with an explanation and advice, accompany each test. This will assist candidates in determining the level of anatomical knowledge required by the Royal College of Radiologists.
- The purpose of this book “Radiological Anatomy for FRCR Part 1” is not to replace the existing literature on radiological anatomy, but rather to serve as a review guide.
- In contrast to radiological anatomy atlases and textbooks, which include images with labels for every identifiable structure in an inquiry, this book’s examples have only five labels to simulate the exam.