Joseph Manjaly, Peter Kullar, Alison Carter, Richard Fox
March 24, 2017
by CRC Press
Reference - 194 Pages - 112 Color Illustrations
ISBN 9781138635944 - CAT# K32124
• Full colour with over 100 colour images, many of which are brand new for the second edition
• Content maps directly onto the DOHNS/MRCS (ENT) exam but is also highly applicable to any doctor undertaking an ENT placement for the first time.
• Author team of current ENT Specialty Registrars.
• THE established ENT revision guide for the DOHNS exam - unrivaled in its comprehensive coverage of history, examination and communication skills stations.
• Accessible step-by-step approach.
Revised and expanded for the second edition, ENT OSCEs is an established full-colour revision guide covering all aspects of the DO-HNS and MRCS (ENT) OSCE. Written by a team of ENT specialty registrars, this accessible text follows a step-by-step approach with each test OSCE station based on the style of past questions. This new edition features more written stations, clinical examination walk-throughs and communication skills stations.
With over 100 colour images, ENT OSCES remains unrivalled as a tool with which to prepare for ENT exams. It is essential reading for candidates of the DO-HNS/MRCS (ENT) and will also aid trainees in preparation for specialty registrar national selection interviews. It is highly recommended for GPs wishing to refresh their knowledge of how to assess common ENT problems and will also be an ideal reference for any junior doctor learning to take histories and examinations in their first ENT post. Finally, it is an invaluable resource for medical students undertaking their ENT attachment and in preparation for final examinations.
Foreword to the Second Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
About the Authors
The DO-HNS and MRCS (ENT) Examination and How to Pass It
General tips for the communication and history stations
CHAPTER 1 History Stations
CHAPTER 2 Examination Stations
CHAPTER 3 Communication Skills Stations
CHAPTER 4 Data and Picture Interpretation Stations