Test Your Anatomy Knowledge – The Pelvis

Test Your Anatomy Knowledge – The Pelvis

Test your knowledge of pelvic anatomy with these questions. 1. Which of the following is a posterior relation of the vagina? A. Bladder B. Urethra C. Pouch of Douglas D. Ureter E. Urogenital diaphragm Show Answer Answer: C. Pouch of Douglas The main relations of the...
Practice Questions for the FRCR Part 2A

Practice Questions for the FRCR Part 2A

Passing the FRCR is necessary to successfully progress through Radiology training and achieve your goal of becoming a Radiologist. There are two sittings of the FRCR part 2A exam each year; December and June. There are six different venues within the UK in which the...
Interpreting Thyroid Function Tests

Interpreting Thyroid Function Tests

The interpretation of thyroid function tests is a very popular exam topic. Thyroid disease is common, affecting approximately 1% of the female population, and there is a wide range of conditions affecting the thyroid gland, with a wide range of clinical features. For...
Test Your Anatomy Knowledge – The Abdomen

Test Your Anatomy Knowledge – The Abdomen

Test your knowledge of abdominal anatomy with these questions. 1. Which of the following organs lies within the infracolic compartment? ? A. Stomach B. Liver C. Spleen D. Pancreas E. Small intestine Show Answer Answer: E. Small intestine   The peritoneal cavity can be...
Vertebral Levels

Vertebral Levels

Vertebral levels are very commonly tested on in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical examinations. The most commonly encountered landmarks and structures found at the various vertebral levels are shown in the table below: VERTEBRAL LEVELLANDMARKS &...
Risk and Odds

Risk and Odds

Risk vs. odds The terms ‘risk’ and ‘odds’ are often used interchangeably but they actually have quite different implications and are calculated in different ways. Odds is a concept that is very familiar to gamblers. It is a ratio of probability that a particular event...

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