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Countdown to exams with a card

  • By: Maham Khan
  • Published: 24 April 2012
  • DOI: 10.1136/sbmj.e864
  • Cite this as: Student BMJ 2012;20:e864

  • Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards: Medicine
    Edited by Tanya M Monaghan and James D Thomas
    Oxford University Press; £19.99; 157 pages; ISBN 978-0199571635
    Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards: Procedures
    Edited by James D Thomas, Tanya M Monaghan, and Alexander G Thompson
    Oxford University Press; £19.99; 135 pages; ISBN 978-0199582822
    Rating: ****

Fed up of rewriting textbooks? Can’t learn from a computer or phone screen? Whether it’s for your first or final year examinations, with a curriculum as broad as medicine, revision is daunting. Numerous textbooks are mandatory for learning different aspects of the same condition, from pathology to anatomy to clinical examination. Altogether, the revision process is long, tedious, and time consuming. So, for those who are fed up of wasting valuable revision time, and desperate to have all the basic principles in one place, the Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards offer a solution and make an invaluable addition to any revision arsenal.

Reviewing the breadth of medicine, Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards: Medicine are divided into the major specialties: cardiovascular, respiratory, gastroenterology, neurology, locomotor, endocrine, eyes, and skin. Each section covers the essential, need to know conditions (one condition per card), from the common to the rare but

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