The book 'A Handbook of Surgery' recommends thousands of questions and answers integrating the insight of exhaustive principles of surgery in the most simplest and effortless way. The questions are arranged to provide the best possible satisfaction to professors and students. The important points are highlighted for quick revision to prepare for both written exams as well as viva voice.
An attempt that ensures that no essential concept are missed out and also resolves the difficulties students face during the exams. This book solves the problems whilst answering questions like what to write? What not to write? How much to write? What to write first? How to end answer? When to use flowcharts? The invaluable book that accomplishes all the difficulties while attempting answers.
In short, a quick and precise aid for preparation and revision for examination. This book shall benefit many students and practitioners.
• Question and answer format with precise data sufficient for students to memorize, revise and recall
• Compiled for both long questions and short notes and covers all the topics asked in examination
• In accordance with format of CCH syllabus
• Suitable for quick reference and self assessment
Dr. Mansi Sharma is B.H M.S. from Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College. She was a part of research on 'The Efficacy of Homoeopathic Medicines in Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension', and has worked for 'Role of Homoeopathy in Sub-clinical Hypothyroidism' under Delhi Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad in collaboration with Institute of Nuclear Medicine & Allied Sciences (INMAS). She had also received training in AIDS from Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH); and has worked on drug proving, clinical verification and medical abstraction. Presently, she is working as a Medical Officer in Aude Sapere, The Homoeopath Clinic, New Delhi and is the secretary (research) of PHS (Progressive Homeopathic Society).
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