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Anatomy for the FRCA
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Anatomy questions are asked in all parts of the FRCA examinations, and for many trainees it is a particularly daunting part of the exams. This important new book provides a comprehensive, exam-orientated clinical anatomy book for anaesthetists preparing for all parts of the FRCA. It covers all body regions, relating underlying anatomy to practical procedures and anatomical principles, spanning the breadth of the curriculum and comprising exam-style questions: a chapter of SAQ questions, one of OSCE stations, one of SOE questions and one of MCQs. The text is highly illustrated in full colour with ultrasound images, diagrams and photographs of cadaveric material and models. This is the first anatomy book specifically orientated for the FRCA exam, making it an essential resource for anaesthetists preparing for all parts of the FRCA examination.

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‘We've read the book at RAUK and we thought Anatomy for the FRCA has an engaging, accurate and accessible approach to anatomical revision. The content for areas specific to regional anaesthesia is well presented, combining clearly labelled diagrams of cadaver dissections alongside ultrasound cross-sectional images and succinct clinical information relevant to each block. We highly recommend this for those studying for the FRCA or wanting to brush up on the foundational knowledge or regional anaesthesia.’

Sim West Source: Regional Anaesthesia United Kingdom (RAUK)

‘Overall, this book provides a valuable question base for anaesthesia trainees in their preparations for the anatomy covered in fellowship examinations, and should be considered an essential supplementary resource alongside the core physics, physiology, and pharmacology textbooks.’

Charlotte L. Smith Source: British Journal of Anaesthesia

‘… [an] excellent concise book. I would recommend it to any doctor undertaking the FRCA examination.’

Duncan L Hamilton Source: British Association of Clinical Anatomists Newsletter

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