New Study Guide Essential for General Surgery Exams
Author Hassan Bukhari, assistant professor at Umm Al-Qura University in Saudi Arabia and Consultant in General Surgery, has written a smart, easy-to-remember guidebook for students studying for the American and Canadian examinations in General Surgery. "Puzzles in General Surgery: A Study Guide," is now available everywhere books are sold.
MIAMI, Fl. (PRWEB) July 23, 2013
General surgery is something that should never be a puzzle to a surgeon. Neither should the examinations that get you there. That’s where "Puzzles in General Surgery: A Study Guide" comes in. Nothing is more tedious than a stay-up-all night study session for the American and Canadian examinations in General Surgery, but "Puzzles in General Surgery" takes the edge off with easy-to-remember study tools.
"Puzzles in General Surgery" begins with a review of the most commonly-tested diseases and disorders. It hits on the topics that medical students, surgical residents, and junior general surgeons will be tested on, including:
-Pathophysiology and etiology
-Classification and staging
-Clinical presentation and diagnosis
-Treatment including medical and surgical therapies
-Operative strategies and techniques
-Post-op care and complications
-Outcomes and follow-up
About the Author
Hassan Bukhari, MD, Assistant Professor (Umm Al-Qura University, Saudi Arabia), Consultant in General Surgery (Canada, USA) and Trauma/Surgical Critical Care (Miami, USA), teaches residents and medical students. During his own medical school, residency and fellowship, he carefully mined through countless textbooks, handbooks, and articles before judiciously setting out to compile his own notes to result in this, his first, up-to-date and concise, yet thorough, book.
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