|Special notes|| ||teaching staff|| (Coordinator) Mr SN Sinha ||campus & mode|| Hbt, int ||unit weight|| [9.5%] ||teaching pattern|| sem 2 - 34 lectures, 20 tutorials, 18 teaching ward rounds, and unscheduled teaching in the wards, operating theatre, accident and emergency ||prerequisites||corequisites||mutual exclusions||method of assessment|| 3-hour written exam (multiple choice questions and essays) (30%), clinical exam (short cases) (40%), 3 case histories (10%), literature review (5%), seminar/clinico-pathological conference (5%), on-call & ward reports (10%) ||required texts, etc|
(latest editions essential):
Clain A (ed), Hamilton Bailey's Demonstrations of Physical Signs in Clinical Surgery,  Churchill-Livingstone
Scott PR, An Aid to Clinical Surgery,  Churchill-Livingstone or
Fredin J and Marshall V, Illustrated Guide to Surgical Practice,  Churchill-Livingstone.
(optional) Bloomfield JA, Introduction to Organ Imaging,  Medical Examination Pub,
or Troupin RH, Diagnostic Radiology in Clinical Medicine,  Year Book Med,
Dixon and Dugdale, An Introduction to Clinical Imaging, Churchill-Livingstone,
or Leichty and Soper, Fundamentals of Surgery,  Mosby,
or Way, Current Surgical Diagnosis and Treatment,  Lange,
or Forrest APM, Cantor DC and MacLeod IB, Principles and Practice of Surgery,  Churchill-Livingstone.
Hughes ESR, Johnson WR, Milne PY and Polglase AL, Cabrini Surgical Lectures,  from LifeAid, E Doncaster, Vic (03) 841 8272, (toll free 016 37 6620)
Browse NL, Symptoms and Signs of Surgical Disease,  Edward Arnold.
Reference text: Walker HK, Dallas Hall W, Willis Hurst J, Clinical Methods - the History, Physical and Laboratory Examination,  3rd edn, Butterworths.
© University of Tasmania, 1996.To continue with Surgery units CKA4-
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