Get Through First FRCR Questions for the Anatomy Module PDF

Get Through First FRCR Questions for the Anatomy Module PDF

 

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Preface




Early in 2010 the Royal College of Radiologists re-introduced anatomy as a separate
module in the First FRCR examination to be completed in conjunction with the
revised physics module which was introduced the previous year. Anatomy is now
examined in an electronic image viewing session. Candidates are required to answer
a total of 100 questions based on the anatomy identifiable in a series of 20 different
radiological images (5 questions per image) sourced from a variety of modalities:
namely, radiography, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT and MRI (including multi-planar
sections). Notably, endoscopic/body cavity ultrasound and nuclear medical images
are excluded from this new anatomy syllabus. Further detailed information relating
to the examination can be viewed on the Royal College website at www.rcr.ac.uk.
We are both Specialty Trainees in Radiology on the South East Scotland training
scheme. When compiling this book we have endeavoured to recreate the question
format that candidates are likely to encounter in the anatomy module of the First
FRCR examination. Answers and explanations are provided for each question,
and while these are not exhaustive, it is hoped that they will clarify the salient
anatomical points and form a basis for further reading if required. Unless otherwise
stated, our explanations were written with reference to the anatomical textbooks
listed in the bibliography.




While attempting to cover the curriculum we have also
concentrated on subject areas felt to be most important or relevant, in addition to
including what could be termed ‘exam favourites’. Chapters are divided according
to anatomical regions rather than body systems as this is more representative of the
imaging that is encountered in everyday practice. As a result, some of the systems
(e.g. vascular, neurological and spinal) are covered over two or more chapters.
Dr Judith Anderson is Consultant Radiologist at the Royal Infirmary of
Edinburgh and an Educational Supervisor for the South East Scotland radiology
training scheme…







 

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