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Surgery - Oxford International Edition

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Surgery is an authoritative, comprehensive collection of educational reviews that present the current knowledge and practice of surgery

Surgery also indicates recent advances that improve the understanding of disease and the safe and effective treatment of patients

It comprises concise and systematically updated contributions that are produced over a three-year cycle.

Surgery is an excellent didactic tool to help consultant surgeons train their junior staff to become safe and competent surgeons.


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Elsevier’s Surgery is a continually updated, evidence-based, learning resource for trainees. Based entirely on the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum, Surgery gives you high-calibre and concise articles designed to help you pass the MRCS exams. Surgery also provides consultant surgeons with a clear didactic framework to help train residents and junior staff.

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All personal subscriptions give you access to:
  • More than 1,800 articles
  • Hundreds of self-assessment questions from the ‘Test yourself’ section, updated monthly
  • Monthly content updates of 12+ new articles/issue for 1 year
  • Print edition mailed to your door

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Complete coverage of the essentials

Each issue is themed and contains both basic scientific and clinical sections. The basic science articles cover anatomy, physiology and pathology while the clinical sections cover all of the skills across all of the topics required and tested in the MRCS exams. Authors are all recognized specialists and Surgery is curated by a highly qualified team of Editors.

Six ways we help trainees

  1. High calibre, specialist clinical content designed to help you pass the MRCS exam
  2. Each article commissioned by invitation - delivering trusted expertise
  3. Eminent Editorial Board including several MRCS examiners, a past Vice-President of Royal College of Surgeons of England, expert anatomists, and representatives from ASiT and BOTA
  4. 'Test yourself' self-assessment questions with archive back to 2002
  5. Highly illustrated content
  6. Knowledge base of 1,800+ articles – with new content added monthly!

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