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Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition
Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

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Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

Completely revised and updated in light of the changes to the format of the MRCS examination, this second edition of Get Through MRCS: Anatomy provides candidates with the knowledge and practice necessary for excelling at the challenging MRCS part B OSCE examination.

Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

Basic Anatomy

In the dermis, the bundles of collagen fibers are mostly arranged in parallel rows.

A surgical incision through the skin made along or between these rows causes the minimum of disruption of collagen, and the wound heals with minimal scar tissue.

Conversely, an incision made across the rows of collagen disrupts and disturbs it, resulting in themassive production of fresh collagen and the formation of abroad, ugly scar.

The direction of the rows of collagen is known as the lines of cleavage (Langer’s lines), and they tend to run longitudinally in the limbs and circumferentially in the neck and trunk.

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Real Case scenario from Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

A 45-year-old patient has a small, firm, mobile tumor on the dorsum of the right foot just proximal to  the base of the big toe and superficial to the bones and the long extensor tendon but deep to the superficial fascia. The patient has a neurofibroma of a digital nerve.

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[box type=”shadow” align=”aligncenter” class=”” width=””]The following information concerning the tumor is correct:

A. It is situated on the lower surface of the foot close to the root of the big toe.

B. It is attached to the first metatarsal bone.

C. On palpation, it moves more freely from medial to lateral than from proximal to distal.

D. It lies deep to the tendon of the extensor hallucis longus muscle.

E. It is attached to the capsule of the metatarsophalangeal joint of the big toe. [/box]

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Author of Get Through MRCS: Anatomy 2nd edition

Simon Overstall MB BS MRCS, Locum Consultant Plastic Surgeon, East Grinstead, West Sussex.
Amit Zaveri MB BS (Lond) BSc (Hons) MRCS (Eng), Plastic Surgery CT2 (Core Surgical Trainee) at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, West Sussex.

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