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UK course at Image Hospitals

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HYDERABAD: The city-based Image Hospitals hosted the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh's (UK) seventh overseas postgraduate course in general surgery during November 15 and 19.

The course prepared surgical trainees appearing for the final component of inter-collegiate MRCS (Membership of Royal College of Surgeons) examination. The Edinburgh college organises this examination annually.

"An all-time high of 63 candidates from across the country registered for the course. This year the exams would be held in Mumbai and Chennai in the first week of December," Dr Pradip Datta, Course Director and Member of Council and College Tutor at Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, he said the course cost five times more in the UK for two days as against the five-day course here.

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