Self Assessment and Review of Anatomy

Coverage of topics in the grey area (merging boundaries between two subjects, frequently asked in the examinations but untouched by most of the authors).

One typical example is-features of nose asked in the recent examinations go beyond the scope of Gray’s anatomy, and ENT anatomy references have been used to provide the essential information.

The same approach has been taken for other subjects, like physiology, pathology, forensic medicine, surgery, medicine, paediatrics, OBG, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, dermatology, radiology, and anaesthesia

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