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MCQs & EMQs in Human Physiology, 6th edition

MCQs & EMQs in Human Physiology, 6th edition by Ian Roddie
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There has been a marked change in examination strategy over the last five years; EMQs (extended matching questions) are popular with tutors and students alike as they present a more realistic view of a student's ability to apply his or her knowledge in a clinical situation.



The new edition of MCQs in Physiology has been subject to a complete overhaul to become MCQs and EMQs in Physiology. This reflects the current methods of examination techniques and will provide the student with a complete revision resource book. Packed with MCQs and EMQs along with clear and simple explanations of each answer, this book covers all the main physiological systems. The questions stretch from basic to applied and interpretative and are written with the modern integrated syllabus firmly in mind.



Presented alongside other core revision books such as EMQs in Clinical Medicine this book will soon be seen as a must-have for any medic's shelf.
CRC Press; May 2004
361 pages; ISBN 9781444114218
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Title: MCQs & EMQs in Human Physiology, 6th edition
Author: Ian Roddie; William F M Wallace
 
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