The organisers of the FRCR 2B courses are:

 

Dr Shahid Hussain MB BChir MA MRCP FRCR
Consultant Cardiothoracic Radiologist
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Sherif A A Latif MB ChB MRCS FRCR
Consultant Radiologist
Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Adrian Hall MB ChB MRCP FRCR
Consultant Radiologist
Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


The course organisers are the authors of Rapid Review of Radiology: a revision guide for the FRCR 2B




***** (5 Stars) Brilliant FRCR 2B Book, 26 July 2010
By Miran F. Rahman "Miran" (England) 

This is a great revision guide for the FRCR 2B exam. It contains almost 200 cases and I am really impressed by the depth and breadth of its coverage. There are cases which cover recent advances in radiology e.g. Cardiac MRI and small bowel MRI; lots of "auntminnie" type cases as well as good coverage of breast/gynae imaging that is usually poorly covered in other texts. The cases are presented as they are in the exam - with a brief history and a series of images of multiple modalities. The answers follow the Royal College of Radiologist guidelines on how the long cases/viva should be answered, with differential diagnoses lists and further imaging tips also provided. Image quality is great. Answers give really thorough explanations. Differential diagnoses lists for every case and further management tips are invaluable. Basically this is a really good all-in-one revision text!!


***** (5 Stars) A must have for FRCR exams., 6 Aug 2010
By seema 

I have had this book for over 4 weeks now and absolutely love it. The cases are very well written and include excellent quality images. The cases range from simple to rare ones and cover various aspects of radiology.There are a lot of plain films and barium studies as well as excellent CT and MRI images. There is a dedicated breast section which is very useful, particularly for those like me who didnt to spend much time in Breast module due to changes in the core training.

I am currently revising for the 2A exams and have found this book very useful for preparing for the new SBA style, although this book is mainly aimed at FRCR 2B exams. Every answer is followed by a differential list, discussion, practical tips and notes on further management. The differential lists included are presented in the order of "most likely to less likely" unlike other radiology books which present a huge list of differentials in a random order making it difficult to remember for exams. The bullet point style used is useful for a quick revision just before exams. The practical tips and management notes are added bonus for candidates preparing for FRCR 2B exams and come handy for day to day practice as well. There is a general index as well as an index for differential diagnoses which helps quick revision.

I am glad I bought this book and would recommend it to anyone siting the FRCR 2B exams. Its a "MUST HAVE" 



***** (5 Stars) Does a review need a title??????, 1 Jun 2010
By A. Ahmed 

This review is from: Rapid Review of Radiology (Paperback)
I think this book is both useful for 2B and 2A revision. In the case of the 2A modules you can look at pics of conditions as you are doing MCQs this will reinforce your learning and save you looking on the internet for certain important conditions.

The value to 2B revision with this book is due to the fact that there are 200 cases and the format is that of the 2B exam itself i.e. discription, differentials etc. It is helpful to get into the exam format of thinking and also in refining how you answer cases.



***** (5 stars) Brilliant FRCR 2B Book, 26 July 2010 
By Miran F. Rahman "Miran" (England) (REAL NAME) 

This review is from: Rapid Review of Radiology (Paperback) 
This is a great revision guide for the FRCR 2B exam. It contains almost 200 cases and I am really impressed by the depth and breadth of its coverage. There are cases which cover recent advances in radiology e.g. Cardiac MRI and small bowel MRI; lots of "auntminnie" type cases as well as good coverage of breast/gynae imaging that is usually poorly covered in other texts. The cases are presented as they are in the exam - with a brief history and a series of images of multiple modalities. The answers follow the Royal College of Radiologist guidelines on how the long cases/viva should be answered, with differential diagnoses lists and further imaging tips also provided. Image quality is great. Answers give really thorough explanations. Differential diagnoses lists for every case and further management tips are invaluable. Basically this is a really good all-in-one revision text!!


***** (5 Stars) Viva and long case book, 17 April 2011 
R. Mcdonald(REAL NAME) 

This review is from: Rapid Review of Radiology (Paperback) 
This book is probably the best of the currently available, FRCR2B revision books. Excellent tips, and contains some excellent cases. The image quality is superb, and I can recommend the viva course that the Authors run too! I am in no way affiliated, just grateful, certainly helped me!

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