The curriculum requires all MBBS students to gain adequate knowledge of theory and practical?s in surgery. The practical examination includes patient examination in the form of long and short cases. This makes it mandatory for the students to learn and cultivate the art of clinical science. Clinical science comprises a good history- taking and a correct method of clinical or physical examination with the main purpose to arrive at a clinical diagnosis. The main focus of the Manual is to describe the clinical science for various surgical conditions. Different chapters carry relevant investigations and the pertinent theory to a varied extent so as to make the topics interesting, laying stress on symptoms, differential diagnosis as well as investigations and treatment in a systematic way. Entire relevant information has been incorporated in the text in the most lucid manner. Instead of long paragraphs or essays, the approach to present facts in bullet-point format is to help the reader imbibe knowledge with ease. Tables, photographs, line diagrams and comparative tables have been introduced to make learning easy and interesting.

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Author(s)A K Gvalani
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2014