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Short Cases in Surgery for Android

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Key Details of Short Cases in Surgery

  • This application is intended to provide a concise yet comprehensive study guide to short cases in surgery for medical undergraduates.
  • Last updated on 2/22/2024
  • There have been 5 updates
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Developer's Description

This application is intended to provide a concise yet comprehensive study guide to short cases in surgery for medical undergraduates.

This application is intended to provide a concise yet comprehensive study guide to short cases in surgery for medical undergraduates. It covers most of the surgical short cases commonly you would encounter in the final MBBS examination.

FEATURES

A Methodical Approach to Examination

Sample Presentations

Relevant Questions & Their Answers

A High-Quality Picture Gallery

Quick Review Flashcards

Skill Training Mode

Bookmark Interesting Cases

User-friendly Interface

Smooth Navigation with a Single Swipe

The distinctive feature of this application is that it offers a stepwise sequence of examination which appears to be lacking in most study materials. It also provides a sample presentation, probable questions you might be asked as well as their answers, an intriguing picture gallery, and a flashcard for each of the cases.

Nevertheless nothing is a substitute for clinical practice.

The acquisition of correct examination techniques and confidence takes time as well as experience. But this application will be a handy tool to help you in confidently mastering your clinical skills with less confusion, especially in a busy clinical setting.

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RER MedApps

Dr. Rajith Eranga Rathnayake.

Sri Lanka.

Visit our website - www.rermedapps.com

Send your feedback to contact@rermedapps.com

We appreciate any comments and ideas for further development of the application.

Thank You.

2019 October.


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