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MRCP Paces: 180 Clinical Cases
Kevin O’Gallagher MBBS BA (Hons) MRCP (UK)
Daniel Knight MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP (UK)
Michael O’Gallagher MBBCh BAO
Eirini Merika MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP (UK)
Omar Malik MBBS BSc PhD FRCP
Peter TK Milton MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP (UK)
Nick Oliver MBBS BSc (Hons) FRCP

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Publish Year2015
Size6" X 9"
cover TypePaper Back
FormatSingle Color
Quick Overview
This book aims to encourage an early, targeted approach for each component of the exam. It serves to guide readers through their preparation by providing a summary of clinical cases likely to be tested, and offers insight from candidates with recent experience of the current format, including the new station 5. It helps to remove the mystery from PACES, improving performance and maximising the chances of success through the development of a structured framework for the presentation of clinical findings. The framework for successful presentation need not be complicated, as demonstrated in this book. Each clinical case is broken down to transform simple concepts and fundamental knowledge into an impressive display of clinical acumen. The successful candidate should adopt this framework, in order to display the necessary skills to be a safe, knowledgeable and insightful doctor suitable for admission to the Royal College of Physicians. The book guides the reader through the carousel of the exam chapter by chapter. The introduction highlights the differences between the stations, the approach required for each, and defines the overall framework. It is therefore paramount for readers to familiarise themselv
Key Features
MRCP PACES: 180 Clinical Cases offers a comprehensive set of over 180 practice cases for candidates preparing for the MRCP Part 2 Clinical Examination (PACES). The cases have been selected to represent the full range of the syllabus, including the new station 5, and provide the clinical knowledge required to pass the exam. Along with an introduction that highlights the approaches required for the different stations, the cases in this book provide an essential revision tool designed to maximise the chances of exam success.

• 180 clinical cases, covering the breadth of topics and skills tested in the exam

• All cases are structured to allow you to provide a comprehensive model answer within the short time available

• Guidance boxes provide valuable insights and clarify difficult concepts,improving your chances of picking up extra marks
Target Audience
Postgraduate students

Vincent F Carr, DO, MSA, FACC, FACP(Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)


n be used to study for the examination for admission to the Royal College of Physicians.


s one might encounter in daily primary care practice that includes a good description of an approach useful in the examination process.


This is an excellent case management book that all primary care clinicians can use to improve their critical-thinking skills.


It begins with a description of the PACES examination process and prepares candidates for what to expect during the examination. This is followed by cases arranged by organ system, focusing on specific complaints such as abdominal pain or diagnoses such as carpal tunnel syndrome or pulmonary hypertension. The cases point out the hints found in positive answers to past history, negative answers that help rule out a diagnosis, possible additions to the differential diagnosis and what further investigations, such as laboratory or imaging, will help confirm the diagnosis. Appropriate photographs and helpful figures help readers understand the circumstances of the diagnosis.


This is a very good preparation book for the PACES examination for admission to the Royal College of Physicians.

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