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FRCR Physics Notes

Revision notes for the First FRCR physics exam

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Each exam is designed to replicate the first FRCR examination

There are 18 mock exams to complete. Each exam is designed to replicate closely the difficulty and case mix of the real exam. Each exam comes with a unique question booklet and answers. To get the most out of these tests we strongly advise that you take the time to print this out and write your answers on it. Research has shown than writing with pen/pencil is the best way of learning and retaining information (compared with typing). Each and every question has been developed by a UK post-FRCR Radiologist.

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The exams are fully responsive and mobile friendly.  This means they will work well on PCs, Macs, Laptops, iPads, iPhones, Android devices etc…  On smaller touchscreen devices the image viewer is touch-friendly so you can simply move you finger to flick between the images.  For more information on how to use the viewer please head over to the Instructions and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.

Sample questions

0945966990_MRI Head Sagittal - Fourth ventricle.jpg
0945966990_MRI Head Sagittal - Fourth ventricle.jpg
0944267663_MRI Pelvis Axial - Right superficial femoral artery.jpg
0944267663_MRI Pelvis Axial - Right superficial femoral artery.jpg
0945318092_OPG - Right lower 3rd molar (wisdom tooth).jpg
0945318092_OPG - Right lower 3rd molar (wisdom tooth).jpg
0949563161_Angio CCA Lat - External carotid artery.jpg
0949563161_Angio CCA Lat - External carotid artery.jpg
0950336108_MRI Pelvis Axial - Left gluteus maximus muscle.jpg
0950336108_MRI Pelvis Axial - Left gluteus maximus muscle.jpg
0950869034_Foot XR - Right medial malleolus of tibia.jpg
0950869034_Foot XR - Right medial malleolus of tibia.jpg
0951081892_3D Recon - Right fronto-zygomatic suture.jpg
0951081892_3D Recon - Right fronto-zygomatic suture.jpg
0951580473_MR Brain Venogram - Superior sagittal sinus.jpg
0951580473_MR Brain Venogram - Superior sagittal sinus.jpg
0952213577_MRI L-spine Axial - Epidural fat.jpg
0952213577_MRI L-spine Axial - Epidural fat.jpg
0953798734_Angiogram - Ilial branches of SMA 2.jpg
0953798734_Angiogram - Ilial branches of SMA 2.jpg
 
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0945966990_MRI Head Sagittal - Fourth ventricle.jpg
0944267663_MRI Pelvis Axial - Right superficial femoral artery.jpg
0945318092_OPG - Right lower 3rd molar (wisdom tooth).jpg
0949563161_Angio CCA Lat - External carotid artery.jpg
0950336108_MRI Pelvis Axial - Left gluteus maximus muscle.jpg
0950869034_Foot XR - Right medial malleolus of tibia.jpg
0951081892_3D Recon - Right fronto-zygomatic suture.jpg
0951580473_MR Brain Venogram - Superior sagittal sinus.jpg
0952213577_MRI L-spine Axial - Epidural fat.jpg
0953798734_Angiogram - Ilial branches of SMA 2.jpg
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  1. Fourth ventricle
  2. RIGHT superficial femoral artery
  3. RIGHT lower 3rd molar (wisdom tooth)
  4. External carotid artery
  5. LEFT gluteus maximus muscle
  6. RIGHT medial malleolus of tibia
  7. RIGHT fronto-zygomatic suture
  8. Superior sagittal sinus
  9. Epidural fat
  10. Ileal branches of the superior mesenteric artery

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