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61. CRC Handbook Chemistry and Physics, 85th Edition
by David R. Lide
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62. Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases
by Hal Blumenfeld
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Catlog: Book (2002-01-15)
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Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases brings a pioneering interactive approach to the teaching of neuroanatomy, using over 100 actual Clinical Cases and high-quality radiologic images to bring the subject to life. This approach allows students to appreciate the clinical relevance of structural details as they are being learned, and to integrate knowledge of disparate functional systems, since a single lesion may affect several different neural structures and pathways.

Most of the book comprises chapters that explain the major neuroanatomical systems. Each chapter first presents background material including an overview of relevant neuroanatomical structures and pathways, and a brief discussion of related clinical disorders. The second half of each chapter is devoted to clinical cases. The cases begin with a narrative of how the patient developed symptoms, and what deficits were found upon neurological examination. Boldface type highlights important symptoms and signs. A series of questions challenges the reader to deduce the neuroanatomical location of the patient's lesion, and the diagnosis. Discussion and answers follow, and an epilogue reveals the actual outcome.

One of the book's most innovative features is the inclusion of CT and MRI scans that depict each patient's lesion. These radiographs help the reader develop skills in interpreting the same kinds of diagnostic images employed in clinical practice.

The book is intended primarily for first- or second-year medical students enrolled in a basic neuroanatomy, neurobiology or neuroscience course. It is also a valuable resource for advanced medical students and residents, as well as students of other health professions, notably physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, dentistry, speech therapy, and neuropsychology. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Too Verbose and Unorganized for Medical School
The book is disjointed and doesn't do a good job explaining the pathways- especially when you get to the Cranial Nerves. I agree with the other medical student reviewing this book- too verbose and way too confusing for most medical students. I think professors like to believe it's a good book b/c it goes into laborious details. However, neuro is hard enough without. I wouldn't waste my time b/c you will get more confused simply trying to read the book! Stick woth the notes and a concise study guide.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great writing style
This was a great source, not as a formal neuroanatomy text, but for an understanding of clinical cases. It has great illustrations, is extremely well-organized, and the writing is not cluttered with anatomical connections. Lastly, the details of the neurological and mental status exams were helpful.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Tresure Box of the Neuro Student!!
The Ultimate Best Basic Neuro Anatomy book..
use it as a Student, or in Practice, or even to prepare for your board, Fun to read, User freindly with COLORS, COLORS and COLORS which Brain LOVES...and it is Strengthened by the online access to clinical Examination

By the way...Iam a neurosurgeon!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Neuroanatomy through clinical cases
I have used this book for the clinical medicine portion of my Neuroscience course. It is excellently written and provides explicit memorable clinical examples and casefindings useful for the medical student or resident. A companion web site guides the student though all aspects of the neurological exam by media presentations and examples. I highly recommend the use of this text for Neuroanatomy and Neurology review.

5-0 out of 5 stars Well Organized and Illustrated. Simply An Exceptional Text.
Every once in a while a special textbook comes along that makes a subject an utter delight to learn; "Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases" is most definitely such a text. The merits of this book are just too many to enumerate but I will provide some specific examples of its strengths.

The book has great detail but the strength of its organization is what makes this aspect an asset rather than a liability. Most chapters have a 'Brief Anatomical Study Guide' at the beginning that rivals the content of most traditional Neuroanatomy texts. These sections are well illustrated with great descriptions. Furthermore this traditional approach is clearly delineated from the clinical content in the chapter which is marked with 'KCC' (Key Clinical Concept). Every clinical point in my Neuroscience course was covered in this book making it an invaluable resource for clarification. Sure there is WAY more clinical content in the book than in my course but because the sections are marked clearly it's easy to find specific vignettes. Each chapter ends with specific clinical problems that are discussed in full with ample radiographic images. The clinical cases for me served to test, clarify and reinforce the material presented in the brief anatomical study guide. They are no doubt the most 'fun' part of the book (thinking in Med School...OMG!!).

Overall, rather than read through the same material trying to memorize (ala syllabus), going through the brief guide then the clinical concepts and finally the problems provided the necessary repetition yet also allowed for an innovative and engaging approach to learning.

The author should really be applauded for his diligence and enthusiasm, it truly is infectious. The presence of numerous mnemonics and analogies (eg/ The Putamen-Globus Palladus ice cream cone analogy) show the type of effort and commitment to teaching that students crave. Also I really liked the bold highlighting of certain key words and phrases, it makes it so much easier to review. Simply by reading the bold terms and the surrounding text much of the key material can be assimilated (good for the Boards).

Our assigned text was Nolte which is a great ATLAS (not much more) but this is an exemplary TEXT. The many illustrations in Blumenfeld's book emphasized concepts and were structured to be high yield. Nolte had more gross specimens and slides. So I used Blumenfeld exclusively for the written and the Nolte atlas (not the text!) for lab.

This book is going to be on my shelf for many years to come. Bravo Dr. Blumenfeld!! ... Read more

63. The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual : A Student's Guide to Techniques
by James W.Zubrick
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Catlog: Book (2003-07-25)
Publisher: Wiley
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Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
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Written for the laboratory that accompanies the sophomore/junior level courses in Organic Chemistry, Zubrick is a paperback student guide to the basic techniques of the Organic Chemistry lab. The book describes the instruments and techniques used in an Organic Chemistry lab. Diagrams show students how to make measurements, set up labs and perform meaningful experiments. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A put-you-at-ease manual for a keep-you-on-edge subject
Professor Zubrick cuts to the heart of the intimidating subject of Organic Chemistry. His dry, even warped sense of humor is a welcome break from the usual style found in chemistry texts. This book is worth reading even if you're not taking Organic Chem! As some of the other reviewers say, it is not a daily reference for the practicing organic chemist, but for anyone taking O Chem I or II, it is an absolute must-have! The numerous diagrams help make sense of which part is which, and how they go together. The detail Prof. Zubrick provides is sufficient without being excessive, which makes reading this book actually fun for anyone. His explanations will make you snicker, if not laugh out loud! If you're the only student in the class with this book, keep a close eye on it, it may grow legs. I promise (if you have a sense of humor), you'll enjoy this book more than most others, on this topic or otherwise!

5-0 out of 5 stars "I love it, I love it, I love it!"
I have had the opportunity to use this great manual for two semesters; it continues to be a permanent fixture to my hip. O. Chem can be and is for some a very difficult subject but Professor Zubrick has the rare talent of making the lab understandable and less of a fearful experience. Through his knowledgeable insight as well as his calm but "safety-first" attitude I have truly become an Organic Chemistry fan ("geek"). Thank you for all the laughs and wonderful guidance your manual has provided me throughout the two semesters. I recommend this manual to any O. Chem students, enthusiasts, as well as professors. Hope Professor Zubricks' next manual/book is as enjoyable to read...can't wait!

5-0 out of 5 stars Chemistry is FUN?
This made learning ochem fun...Which is something I can't say about any other textbook I have ever read. It was funny and made the subject matter easy to remember.

3-0 out of 5 stars Organic Lab Primer For Beginning Students
This volume provides a plethora of information on equipment and techniques for introductory organic chemistry laboratory. It is best suited for first year organic sequence. A great deal of info includes keeping a lab notebook, experiment glasswares, separation techniques and IR spectroscopy. A particular section that I find helpful and handy is the discussion on jointware. The distinction and usage on different kinds of adaptation jointwares can be confusing. I believe Zubrick's book is one of the few out in the field that actually discusses the use of different jointware. The section "To Grease or not to grease" discusses whether or not to use a lubricant and when to use lubricant. For a novice organic lab student who is both confused and overwhelmed by massive equipment in the lab, this book is the perfect primer. Yet the information might be oversimplified and scarce to advanced student and lab chemist. Coverage on topics like TLC, distillation theory, spectroscopy could be more in-depth and detailed. I recommend this book for beginning students. For more advanced students, they should consult Vogel's "Practical Organic Chemistry".

5-0 out of 5 stars MY CONSTANT COMPANION IN LAB!
This book is the most immediately useful and user friendly chem textbook I have ever purchased. Written with delightful wit, the Survivor Manual sent me into lab feeling confident, prepared and ready to relax and enjoy the experience. I used it constantly in pre-lab, in experiment trouble-shooting and it was invaluable in lab write-up. Without it I would have wasted alot of time and effort. Org. Chem. students do not need any additional unnecessary stress and this book greatly lessened mine. I can't think of a time when I had a question in lab that was not addressed in the Survivor Manual. ... Read more

64. The Ultimate Math Refresher for the GRE, GMAT, and SAT
by Lighthouse Review
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Catlog: Book (1999-12-31)
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Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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A comprehensive math review for the GRE, GMAT and SAT. This math refresher workbook is designed to clearly and concisely state the basic math rules and principles of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry which a student needs to master.This is accomplished through a series of carefully sequenced practice sets designed to build a student's math skills step-by-step.The workbook emphasizes basic concepts and problem solving skills.Strategies for specific question types on the GRE, GMAT, and SAT are the focus of the Lighthouse Review Self Study programs. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great basic math review
The ETS tests you on math that you haven't had in years. This is a great refresher book. Simple, straightforward excercises to get your brain going on arithmetics again. There are 3 parts to the book, arithmetics, algebra and word problems, and geometry. Having reviews all of these parts, I scored much higher on a subsequent practice test. If you can be fluent and fast in all the concepts presented in the book, you should be able to over 650 easily in the quantitative section (plus you should review the GRE Quantitative format).

5-0 out of 5 stars Really helpful
I hated the idea of tackling math again until I found this little Math Refresher book. The book gave me the easy-to-understand brush-up that I needed and it didn't hurt a bit! For anyone who hasn't tackled math in awhile and who needs an inexpensive jump-start, this book is a great buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars very intresting one
I haven't deal with math for 5 or 6 years. (BTW: And never loved subject really.) :))) But this book was very good first step in my GMAT math. It's worth it's money and your time if you are starting from "below zero'.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for GMAT Prep!
I am horrible at math but needed to brush up for my second shot at the GMAT. This book did an exceptional job of reintroducing math concepts I hadn't seen in years. There were plenty of practice problems with simple and practical explanations.

The first time I took the GMAT, I used Kaplan's math prep book. Although it gave me practice answering GMAT type questions, the reality was I really needed to first was brush up on my math fundamentals.

This book covers arithmatic, algebra, and geometry in 37 lessons. A great buy for anyone taking an ETS test!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Have for Every Family
This book should be stored along side your set of encylopedias and dictionary. ... Read more

65. Manipulating the Mouse Embryo: A Laboratory Manual
by Andras Nagy, Marina Gertsenstein, Kristina Vintersten, Richard Behringer
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Catlog: Book (2002-12-15)
Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Regarded as the "Bible" of mammalian embryo manipulation techniques since the 1986 publication of the first edition of Manipulating the Mouse Embryo: A Laboratory Manual, the third edition of this essential laboratory resource has now been completely reorganized, rewritten, and updated by a new cast of authors. The result is a compilation of new, cutting–edge protocols that include embryonic stem cell production and genetic manipulation, mouse chimeras, mouse cloning, assisted reproduction strategies (including intracytoplasmic sperm injection and in vitro fertilization), whole embryo culture systems, electroporation, embryo and gamete cryopreservation and rederivation, and gene expression, as well as more extensive background information on the use of these techniques. The "gold standard" techniques for applying recombinant DNA technology to investigations of mammalian embryonic development included in the first two editions of this book are also updated and recast, as is the summary of the current state of understanding of mouse development at the molecular level. This book is the premier authoritative and comprehensive source of technical and theoretical guidance for mouse developmental biologists and geneticists and is an essential resource for newcomers to these fields. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The New Testament?
A definitive summary of mouse development and simple, concise proven protocols. This is the best publication there is for this kind of work. It's much better than the 2nd, ed. I wish it had more of a troubleshooting focus, but I guess if you are in this line of work, you should be able to figure out problems yourself, or query the tg list.... I like how there are alternative strategies mentioned depending on how your lab is equiped (or not). ... Read more

66. Zollinger's Atlas of Surgical Operations
by Jr., Robert M. Zollinger, Sr., Robert M. Zollinger
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Asin: 0071363785
Catlog: Book (2002-10-08)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Sales Rank: 236046
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Provides succinct, accessible coverage of surgical trauma management
Puts hands-on guidelines at your fingertips
Features detailed illustrations depicting every important action a surgeon must consider while performing operations
Covers surgical anatomy… and vascular,gynecologic , gastrointestinal and miscellaneous abdominal procedures
Includes 11 new chapters treating the latest laparoscopic and stapling procedures and the newest surgical equipment and materials
And much more!


Defines the core of major general surgical procedures using well-established, safe techniques

With the publication of this Eighth Edition, this "gold standard" reference continues its 50-year tradition of excellence as the ultimate teaching atlas of surgery. The best way to keep up with the dynamic field of trauma surgery -- and to keep up-to-date answers nearby -- this compact resource gives you quick and definitive solutions.

Here’s why Zollinger’s Atlas of Surgical Operations remainsthe leader in the field!

Provides easy-to-follow, step-by-step detail for all gastrointestinal, vascular and gynecologic procedures --in addition to all other procedures commonly performed by the general surgeon or surgical resident – in text and in hundreds of superb line drawings. Includes logorithmic treatment and diagnostic options Covers preoperative preparation and postoperative care…anesthesia…and ambulatory (or outpatient) surgery commonly performed for the repair of inguinal, femoral, and small umbilical hernias, breast biopsies and many other gynecologic procedures, excision of skin tumors, some plastic procedures as well as certain orthopedic and otolaryngologic procedures

Fully updated, this Eighth Edition:
Features 16 completely new plates and over 60 updated ones
Illustrates the newest techniques using laparoscopy
Provides completely new material on the open hernia procedure and the central node biopsy procedure
Describes methodologies for the latest stapling instruments
Details the use of the new biomaterials and radionuclide localization ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Not quite what I expected
Zollinger's features very good illustrations and notes (including postoperative care) for nearly every imaginable procedure in gastrointestinal surgery (including exotic and complex operations such as total pancreatectomy and Klatskin tumor resections), short of bariatric surgery. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, fundoplication and splenectomy are covered as well.

However, information is sorely lacking on breast surgery (all we get are descriptions of modified radical mastectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy; useful, but no mention of conservative breast surgery), head and neck surgery (limited to near-total thyroidectomy and radical neck dissection) and thoracic surgery (posterolateral thoracotomy and that's it). No information *at all* on urology (as a resident, I'd gladly trade my plates on total pancreatectomy for a few on nephrectomy, nephrostomy and cystostomy). Gynecologic and vascular procedures are adequately covered.

In my copy, there is nothing on page 391 (Plate CLXXXIII on posterolateral thoracotomy is blank).

So, as a resident, Zollinger's won't be quite as useful as I expected, given the limited range of non-gastrointestinal general surgical procedures covered. However, I suspect I will make good use of its excellent in-depth coverage of gastrointestinal surgery.

5-0 out of 5 stars fantastic, artistic
Truely one of the most successful books of the kind, the strucure is well designed, the operations included cover a eide range of procedures, and most noticeble is the very high quality of the explanatory figures, sometimes by just brawsing through them you get 80% of what to do... the text is well written and concise. You will find many approaches for each operation. of course it will be impossible to gather all the surgical craft in one book. but this one succeeds in collecting a large chunk of it. i highly recommend it for all juniors and postgrads alike. ... Read more

67. General Chemistry
by Darrel Ebbing
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Catlog: Book (2004-12-01)
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
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68. The Cure for All Cancers: Including over 100 Case Histories of Persons Cured
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Catlog: Book (1993-06-01)
Publisher: New Century Press
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Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Cancer can now be cured, not just treated

We are not accustomed to thinking about a cure for cancer. We think of remission as the only possibility. But this book is not about remission. It is about a cure. This is possible because in 1990 Dr. Clark discovered the true cause of cancer. The cause is a certain parasite, for which I have found evidence in every cancer case regardless of the type of cancer. So lung cancer is not caused by smoking, colon cancer is not caused by a low roughage diet, breast cancer is not caused by a fatty diet, retinal blastoma is not caused b y a rare gene, and pancreatic cancer is not caused by alcohol consumption. Although these are all contributing factors, they are not THE cause. Once the true cause was found the cure became obvious. but would it work? I set a goal of 100 cases to be cured of cancer before publishing my findings. That mark was passed in December, 1992. the discovery of the cause and cure of all cancers has stood the test of time and here it is! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars excellent
Clarks book gives what she claims is a cure for cancer. However, the book must be read carefully to make sure that one is getting the full meaning of what she is saying. Her approach is a herbal and bioelectric one. But this is not new. After reading the mixed reviews all I can say is that one is better off experimenting himself. Some criticize this book claiming that if such a cure were found Clark would be lauded by the world and the medical community. This is false and a fallacy from the argument of authority. One must go by evidence and nothing else. Many geniuses and note worthy discoveries have been ignored, without investigation. The history of science is full of examples. The author deserves to be heard, since in the search for truth nothing can be discarded, but investigated as completely as possible. Sadly, this is not the case with much of scientific research. One must investigate things himself and Dr. Clark gives people the oppurtunity to do so.

4-0 out of 5 stars Think outside the square
Yes, I have read the book. No, I have not had cancer - simply an interest in herbal medicine & simple therapies that can be easily and cheaply applied by those who love someone who is suffering.

People have said that the names in case studies have been changed so it is difficult to follow up (insinuating perhaps these 'case studies' are not real people?). I regard this complaint as minor - what book with case studies DOESN'T change the names to protect privacy?

I read the book & found it very interesting - I guess I wonder what would be found out if the regular researchers (eg unis etc) spent only 1/20 of the amount they spend on developing new technology in simply researching (with an open mind) what Hulda proposes. But just imagine if it was found that what she says is true! They would all be out of a job! No more research needed - just the ability to encourage people to take responsibility for their own health by following some simple steps.
My thoughts were - the causes really do seem plausible enough. And I know that if I were diagnosed with cancer I would be more than willing to spend a few dollars on some herbs to follow the program before proceeding with western hit or miss approaches. I guess when you read a testimony of someone who says "I" or "My mother" had cancer, followed the program & got well... what more can you say? Two or three witnesses should be listened to - usually ordinary people, they have nothing to gain or lose from their testimony - no profit, no glory. Can you say the same for others who speak against Hulda's findings?

4-0 out of 5 stars judge the book for yourself
I thought I would comment on this book after reading the dismisals of it as a quacky hoax. True, Dr. Clark makes very strong claims that sound weird to the western mind that is used to alopathic medicine ruling our lives, but I think that if you're in a desparate situation and 'normal' medical procedures aren't helping you, you'd be a little dumb to not at least be willing to learn about other lines of thought. When I first started reading Dr. Hulda's theories, I also thought she was just paranoid and trying to tell you that you everything was dangerous. But when you have no other alternatives, you start to be willing to try things you once thought were ridiculous. I can, however, affirm the validity of many of her ideas that resonate with common-knowledge nutrition and herbology. Also, bioelectric testing is definitely not her idea-- it's being widely practiced in Europe and I have witnessed its reliability on myself. A natropathic doctor used it to correctly diagnose and then treat various viruses that I had that were not appearing in normal bloodwork (as often is the case) and symptoms cleared up. All this to say, don't write off something that sounds strange without being open-minded enough to try it yourself. Notice that the reviewers who had loads of negative things to say didn't say they'd actually tried these things themselves.

1-0 out of 5 stars The Most Irresponsible Book I Have Ever Read
Although I believe that alternative forms of medicine should not be dismissed out of hand, this book provides no useful documentation on its results at all. The book claims that all cancers are caused by a parasitic worm which can be killed with a simple home-made contraption. Although I thought the claim was far-fetched, I was interested to read the patient's histories.

Given the medical histories in the book, it's impossible to say that there is any truth to the claims. In most cases, the author does not verify that the tumors have shrunken or gone away using an ultrasound or MRI or biopsy. The only way she tests for a "cure" is using a machine of her own design. The purpose of the machine is to test for a chemical created by the parasitic worm. If the chemical is not there, then the author declares the patient cured without checking to see if the tumor is gone or receding. This lack of independent verification is completely unforgiveable.

On top of that in all of the case histories, there are no long term follow-ups with the patients. In fact, some of the patients are monitored for just a few days and declared as cured. We really do not know if the patients are cured and healthy or dead; they are not followed after their therapy with the author.

I believe that this book is nothing more than a hoax to capitalize on people who are in desperate circumstances. If you are a cancer victim, ask yourself if you want to pin your hopes on someone who will declare you cured without even checking if your tumor is gone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Worth Considering
I was so fascinated by this book and The Cure for All Diseases that I completed most of the steps even though I don't have cancer and it doesn't run in my family. I have no idea if the parasite herbs had any effect but the results of the liver cleanse are undeniable: I got rid of over two thousand liver stones (commonly called "gallstones"), most the size of peas and a couple the size of grapes, without surgery. Doctors would tell you this is impossible, but this relatively easy procedure has dramatic results, I highly recommend doing it.

I did the dental cleanup, and I'm really glad I got all that mercury out of my mouth, but it didn't seem to help my depression. The only thing that has helped me is a deep colon cleanse (not in the book), hard work and exercise.

As for the electronic "zapper", I built one, which was kind of fun, and used it, but I really can't say that it had any effect on me, and it failed to shorten the duration of a cold. Her explanation of the synchrometer is science way outside of anything that modern medicine recognizes, but before it is dismissed out of hand, as some of the reviewers here have done, it should be thoroughly tested clinically. Unfortunately that will probably never happen.

By drawing attention to environmental pollution and the ways to avoid it, Dr. Clark points us in the right direction to better overall health. This is an area most doctors totally ignore, when it is easier and more profitable to push pills. So we are left to experiment ourselves, which is so unfortunate when so many lives hang in the balance. ... Read more

69. Mosby's Medical, Nursing & Allied Health Dictionary
by Kenneth N. Anderson
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Catlog: Book (2002-01-15)
Publisher: W B Saunders
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Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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The new edition of this best-selling dictionary offers readers maximum definition! Meticulously revised and updated to reflect all the changes in nursing and allied health today, the sixth edition features over 3,000 new entries, more than 1,100 new illustrations, and a wealth of new appendices making this the most current, user-friendly dictionary available. With its large, easy-to-read typeface; strict alphabetical organization with no subentries; comprehensive definitions; detailed drug entries; and a Color Atlas of Human Anatomy, Mosby's MEDICAL, NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH DICTIONARY, 6th EDITION offers readers easy access to comprehensive information. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars 5 Stars to the 10th Power
All I can say is GET THIS BOOK! I wish I had it last semester, but it saved my life for anatomy at the tail end of last semester, and is carrying me through anatomy 2 and the rest of nursing school.

5-0 out of 5 stars Must have for any medical student.
I'm a nursing student, and I use this book all of the time. Keep it next to you when you study, there are going to be tons of words that you don't know in your studies. Don't be the student that knows the answer but doesn't know what it means.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mosby's Dictionary
A very handy reference book for anyone in the medical profession. It allows you to find information quickly and answers basic questions about diagnoses, signs and symptoms and medical terms. It is written in clear and concise language. It has colorful and descriptive pictures. I wish I had this in nursing school years ago!! Recently, I've used it as an RN in Home Healthcare practice and as a coding/compliance auditor when reviewing documentation. Overall, it has saved me a lot of time and allowed me to look up details that I didn't know easily. I keep it with me as part of my essential books.

5-0 out of 5 stars I wish...
Wish I'd had this book 26 years ago when I was in nursing school.

1-0 out of 5 stars Mosby's Medical ,Nursing, & Allied Health Dictionary 5th Ed.
My wife bought this book at Waterstone's in England, 5 March 2001. She was using it for her Medical Transcription home study course.

The book was reliable until Thursday 29. She wanted to look up 'suture', but unbeknown to us pages 1531 to 1594 were missing.

Therefore we have a useless book. ... Read more

70. Square Foot Costs 2005 (Means Square Foot Costs)
by Barbara Balboni, Robert A. Bastoni, John H. Chiang, Robert J. Kuchta, Robert C. McNichols, Robert W. Mewis, Melville J. Mossman, John J. Moylan, Stephen C. Plotner, Michael J. Regan
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71. The Language of Medicine: A Write-In Text Explaining Medical Terms (Book with CD-ROM)
by Davi-Ellen Chabner, Saunders
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Catlog: Book (2000-07)
Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company
Sales Rank: 32097
Average Customer Review: 4.88 out of 5 stars
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Fifth edition of a Brandon/Hill Allied Health List selection. Previous edition 1991. Programmed text for allied health students. Includes two Windows diskettes with 1,100 exercise questions. DNLM: Nomenclature. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this book if you want to really learn your medical terms
I bought this book as a requirement for an independent study course. I wasn't required to buy the sixth edition but I did just the same and I found I made the right decision. I found the material easy to read with a friendly tone and an extremely useful presentation. The layout of the chapters and the excercises provided helped me to clearly understand, use, and learn the terms. I worked on this book without the aid of a teacher or classroom setting and I feel this book has made the difference between just memorizing material for a later test and really knowing the terms. Also, the CD-ROM that comes with this book made an excellent reference aid and a perfect way to test and reinforce my knowledge. (Clicking on the "figure" button in the multi-media program yielded some interesting surprises) As a result of using this book, I was able to achieve an excellent mark in the Medical Terminology module of my independent study course. I would recommend it to anyone who wants or needs to know their medical terms for any health related field.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Way to Learn Medical Terminology
This book by Chabner is designed to help the premedical professional learn terminology by teaching how to break words apart and decode their meaning. Each chapter has a review of a specific topic and provides many opportunities, at the end of each chapter, to practice and review the material covered. The CD is the best part because it helps break up some of the monotony of learning the numerous prefixes, suffixes and word roots. The end of the book provides appendices for medical abbreviations, formulas and measurement. I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs to learn medical terminology.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best in medical terminology.....
This book is the best one I've seen on medical terminology. There are numerous charts and pictures to further enhance the learning process, as well as many workbook-type exercises to test your knowledge. By the time you finish a chapter, you REALLY understand the information covered. I'm so glad to have the opportunity to study from this book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Key to success!
The systematic approach to understanding medical terminology is a key to success as a transcriptionist. Thanks in part to the beautiful way this textbook lays out a method of grasping the concepts involved in this subject, I am now one of the top 10 producers at our company of about 150 MTs. This book was a great investment.

4-0 out of 5 stars Help with CD!
I just purchased this book, and I am thus far thrilled with the natural flow of learning this terminology. The book is well organized. Unfortunately, I cannot get the CD to work, nor can I access the website listed. Any other owners have this problem? Please let me! Thanx! ... Read more

72. CRC Handbook Of Chemistry And Physics Version 2005
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Catlog: Book (2004-10-30)
Publisher: CRC Press
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The Handbook of Chemistry and Physics on CD-ROM, Version 2005 provides a thorough range of critically evaluated data in a convenient, electronic format. This CD-ROM edition contains all of the information found in the 85th print edition augmented by a range of special utilities.

New tables in this edition include: Index of Refraction of Inorganic Crystals, Upper and Lower Solution Temperatures of Binary Polymer Solutions, Miscibility of Organic Solvents, Density of Solvents as a Function of Temperature, and Coefficients of Friction.

The Fundamental Physical Constants section has been updated with the latest CODATA/NIST values, and the Mathematical Tables appendix now features several new sections covering topics that include orthogonal polynomials Clebsch-Gordan coefficients, and statistics. ... Read more

73. Worst Pills, Best Pills : A Consumer's Guide to Avoiding Drug-Induced Death or Illness
by Sid M. Wolfe
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Catlog: Book (2005-01-04)
Publisher: Pocket
Sales Rank: 111279
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Quite outdated.
Perhaps I didn't do my homework so I'll take responsibility, but I didn't realize that this book was so old when I purchased it. It was recommended to me by an acquaintance so I purchased it blindly. It is a very old edition therefore somewhat obsolete. I do, however, like the concept and it would be a good book should it be updated to include medications that have come into the picture in the last 5-10 years.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Informative, Every doctor should have one.
My Mother suffered several strokes, so was on all types of medicines. In many instances, we helped to keep her from further complications by asking the Doctors if this pill or that would interact and create problems. We never let on that we had been advised through Worst Pills, Best Pills that it could create problems. The Doctors then took the time to look up the crossing of drugs and concurred and prescribed something less invasive. They kept their "in charge" feeling and we were comfortable knowing we weren't allowing a bigger problem to take place through drug interaction. As the last update was 1993, do you anticipate a newer edition to keep pace with the new drugs on the market?

5-0 out of 5 stars VERY INFORMATIVE

5-0 out of 5 stars As a primary caregiver this book is a valuable resource
I am the primary caregiver of my 86 year old mother-in-law. She was dangerously over-medicated. Since using this book as a ready reference she has been taken off some eight medications that she should have never been taking. I am, with the help of this book trying to get her off two more medications that are causing her serious side effects. This book is a very valuable resource and should be on every bookshelf at home and at the doctors office. ... Read more

74. Pdr Drug Guide for Mental Health Professionals (Complete Pdr Reference Library)
by PDR, Physicians
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Asin: 1563635119
Catlog: Book (2004-10-31)
Publisher: Thomson Healthcare
Sales Rank: 36406
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Mental health professionals now have a drug reference that is designed expressly for them, the PDR® Drug Guide for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition. This highly useful, portable reference is brought to you by the publishers of the trusted Physicians' Desk Reference. Written in a clear, easy-to-read style, the PDR® Drug Guide for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition offers quick access to the facts mental health professionals need on the prescription drugs their patients are taking.

It will help you understand the beneficial effects—and the dangerous side effects—of today's potent psychotherapeutic medications.

The PDR® Drug Guide for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition contains:

>NEW—Street drug profiles and a glossary of street drug names that expand your understanding and stimulate insights
>NEW—A full-color photo guide of psychotropic tablets and capsules that make identification of medications much easier
>Profiles of recently updated psychotropic drugs such as Lexapro and Abilify
>More than 70 updated psychotropic drug profiles, organized by brand name and including dosage, common side-effects, special warnings and contraindications
>Updated profiles for other common prescription drugs that include their approved uses, psychological side effects, and interactions with psychotropic drugs ... Read more

75. Maxwell Quick Medical Reference
by Robert W. Maxwell, Elizabeth Maletz
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Asin: 0964519127
Catlog: Book (2002-04-15)
Publisher: Maxwell Pub. Co.
Sales Rank: 14302
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The Maxwell Quick Medical Reference includes essential information used in everyday medical practice. Color-coded pages group information by topic and make it quickly accessible while heavy cardstock paper and plastic spiral binding make the book durable day-in and day-out. Pocket size allows it to go anywhere - the wards, E.R., O.R., or clinic.This inexpensive small text can save you time at work and make you look good in the process. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best value for the money
I've seen attendings who have been out in the field for decades quietly slip this little gem from their pockets to get a quick peek. Not many pages, and each one stuffed with invaluable information. The only drawback is the small font size, with is a common problem for pocket references. I've just made sure I carry a pocket sized magnifying glass with me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential
The most used book in my coat pocket. It didn't matter what rotation I was on this book is always in my coat pocket and is frequently used.

I also found this book to be pretty durable. I carried the same book in my pocket every day of my 3rd and 4th year of medical school and it is still holding up great through a lot of tough use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Must have for M3 year!
If you buy one book to keep in your white coat, make it this one. For a small book that will easily fit into any pocket, it contains guidelines for writing admission, discharge, and other notes commonly encountered on medicine, surgery, and ob-gyn rotations. It also includes commonly used formulas and cheat sheets for H&Ps and the neuro and the minimental status exam.
A great deal for a book that you're likely to use through the rest of your medical training!

5-0 out of 5 stars A little gem!
This pocket reference contains a plethora of useful information, from SOAP notes to lab values, dermatomes to ECG axis determination. Every time we use ours on the floor (which is every day!), someone looks over our shoulders to see what we're using... and then the next day we find they've bought one! A must-have survival item for the floors. ... Read more

76. Chemistry: Matter and Its Changes
by James E. Brady, Fred Senese
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Asin: 0471215171
Catlog: Book (2004-01-23)
Publisher: Wiley
Sales Rank: 23146
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The student-friendly style of the book makes the content accessible without sacrificing either breadth or depth of coverage. The text's informal writing style, emphasis on problem solving, and state-of-the-art media package make this book an ideal fit at schools with large class sizes and a wide range of student abilities and backgrounds. The authors' goal was to create a complete package (text + media + supplements) which would challenge the better-prepared students and provide support to the lesser prepared students, giving ALL students a chance to succeed. 4e welcomes a new co-author Fred Senese, Frostburg State University, the creator of the award-winning General Chemistry Online and Ask Antoine (the most hit general chem web resource in the world with over 15 million hits/year). In addition to creating the new Brady/Senese website, he has also worked with Jim Brady to do significant revisions in the text. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars excellent text
This textbook is an excellent way to learn chemistry. It provides very nice graphics to explain the text. This text makes learning chemistry very enjoyable and interesting. Senese and Brady did a wonderful job with this book. I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars this text does stand out from the pack... a number of ways. The chapter on stoichiometry is the first one I flip to when I'm evaluating a new text. This book does a better job of providing a conceptual foundation for the mole concept than any other book I've seen. It shows the rationale behind the concept by working a few simple problems with and without moles. The problem setups emphasize strategic thinking by asking students to identify the 'critical link' that connects given information with the problem's goal. The "Is the answer reasonable" checks given with each problem are more detailed and more helpful than in other texts; they help students develop a sense for what is and isn't reasonable in the answer, using alternative back-of-the-envelope solutions that often provide additional insight into the nature of the problem.

The chapter on atomic structure is the only one I've seen that uses the central idea of quantum mechanics (wave-particle duality) as its central theme. It elegantly uses the de Broglie relation to tie wave and particle behaviors together, in the process naturally explaining where quantum numbers come from and why changes in electron confinement in a reaction can lead to color changes.

The thermodynamics chapter is also quite innovative, discarding the idea of entropy as a measure of disorder and instead stressing its connection with the number of ways a state can be realized. A simple model of heat flow from a hot object to a cold object makes the connection between probability and process spontaneity clear.

The approach for explaining and predicting molecular shapes is much better than that used in other texts, where students end up memorizing a large table of molecular shapes. This text starts by showing how electron domains arrange themselves the central atom, and then visualizes how the molecular geometry changes as bonding domains are replaced with nonbonding domains, one at a time. Students see the underlying idea without getting lost in a mass of detail and special cases.

I also like the "Thinking it through" problems at the end of each chapter, that emphasize critical and strategic thinking rather than simply getting a numerical answer. Ebbing and Chang don't have this feature. The "Test of facts and concepts" are cumulative tests that students can use to synthesize material from several chapters; I haven't seen another text with this feature, either.

5-0 out of 5 stars a chemistry book for all science purposes

3-0 out of 5 stars traditional
This is a traditional text that does not stand out from a dozen of other general chemistry textbooks, most of which contain too much materials in order to satisfy approaches of different instructors. As a result, the textbook becomes thicker and thicker or more and more expensive.

Students who might want fresh perspectives should consult Chemistry: A General Chemistry Project of the American Chemical Society by Bell et al.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best in itself
I have read older editon of this textbook. Older 3rd edition (1988). But it still stands tall among couple of other chemistry books on my shelf. No other book can match the style and elegance of Brady's book IMHO.

There are a lot of books out there maybe more detailed. But Brady's is the one that explain why certain concept is important, how they were discovered and by whom they were developed. Instead of starting explaining each key concenpts in Chemistry, Brady's always start with how previous researchers reached the theory at that time period. And how we can relate them in terms of our current understanding of this wonderful of chemistry.

If Brady didn't lose any his touch, I am 100 % sure and can gaurantee this newer edition will follow its earlier edition's tradition. Even if your course doesn't require this book as a text, go grap one. If you can't afford newer one, go buy old edition. They are still a classic and in fact I am still using 1988 edition. ... Read more

77. Griffith's 5-minute Clinical Consult 2005
by Mark R. Dambro
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Catlog: Book (2004-12-01)
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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78. Pocket Medicine: The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Internal Medicine (Pocket Notebook)
by Marc S. Sabatine
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Asin: 0781744474
Catlog: Book (2004-07-01)
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Sales Rank: 68381
Average Customer Review: 3.92 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Standard of Care
Unfortunately, the previous reviews have failed to adequately address the role and purpose of this publication. Pocket Medicine, at least as I have used it, is the most concise and accurate reference for the practice of Internal Medicine in the United States as conducted at most teaching institutions today. It essentially covers all the major organ systems and disease processes as the most recent literature and textbooks recommend. Possession of this book will allow students, residents and staff to give patients the best care possible from evidence based medicine. You will shine on the wards and at morning report with this material. In fact, you could easily pass the Internal Medicine board certification exam if you knew everything in this book. For those practicing internal medicine from med students on up, it renders Scut Monkey, Ferre, Wash Manual, tarascon ICU books etc, all obsolete. Just look at the section about Swan Ganz monitoring -it's all there. Look at microscopic polyangiitis- it's all there. These are all real patients I've treated and this book works. More than half of the residents, students and staff in my hospital use it. Even surgeons own it. As medicine becomes more complex and scientifically based, publications such as this will be the only way to keep up. In fact, it's very inexpensive for what you get. One caution is that it may be too advanced for 3rd year med students with a poor knowledge base. A wash manual may be a simpler way to start. Unfortunately, those people who gave it a poor review have simply demonstrated their complete ignorance of the modern scientific practice of medicine. I simply hope they never treat any of my relatives!

5-0 out of 5 stars The ONLY Book you need on the wards
I agree w/ many of the other reviews. This is a fantastic book for RESIDENTS, not medical students. It tends to gloss over basic information that any resident should already know. For that reason , the book is concise and has all the relevant info in order to manage patients. I also like the small notebook format, so I can add additional pages of info. I agree that this book does need a neuro/psych section to cover CVA/Seizures, delirium/dementia and ETOH withdrawal management. I've already worn my book out in the past two years and look forward to future editions. I have recommended this book to every intern I have supervised on the Wards...It is the only reference book I carry.

4-0 out of 5 stars Study results!
I see a lot of both good and poor reviews for this book. Personally, I like the book a lot. What it has that Ferri's doesn't is evidence-based medicine. Several major studies (PIOPED, and the like) are summarized. Yes, it is someone's notebook in fancy form. But it's cheap, it's small, and it's good. I found that it was too light on details when I was starting out, but once I felt a little more comfortable with my ability to come up with a basic differential, this was the book for me. It was great help for those long medicine write-ups, providing clinical research correlations. Now it is the only book that I carry in my pocket, full of micrographic notes that I have made from lectures, other books, etc. Ferri's isn't exactly pocket-friendly.

4-0 out of 5 stars a "balanced" view from a former MGH housestaff...
As a former Mass General resident, I got a kick out of seeing our humble housestaff manual transformed into a glamorous pocket notebook. And apparently a somewhat controversial transformation, given some of the extremely negative reviews that have been posted. Ignoring the commercial aspects of this debate for a moment, I think the manual contains solid and comprehensive information that should serve any housestaff well (it certainly did for me for 3 years!). It probably does not contain enough explanation for most 3rd and 4th year medical students and, as such, should be used to supplement another manual (such as Washington or Ferri).

5-0 out of 5 stars All that you will need!
This book is the best one to come along in a long while. It is much more succinct and more readily fits in coat pockets than the other manual do. I am a PGY 3 IM resident and use it all the time. It is actually the only book I carry with me. ... Read more

79. Essentials of General Chemistry
by Darrell D. Ebbing, Steven D. Gammon, Ronald O. Ragsdale
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Asin: 0618223282
Catlog: Book (2002-09-01)
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
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Essentials of General Chemistry is an ideal choice for instructors who want a shorter, less expensive core text that still supports a typical general chemistry course. Since the text covers the same topical scope as Ebbing/Gammon General Chemistry, it also presents an attractive option for the growing number of one-semester general chemistry courses. The book is priced 25% below most full-sized general chemistry texts.

The Essentials text retains all of the hallmark qualities of its parent text, including its ability to teach quantitative problem solving, its focus on conceptual understanding and visualization, and its state-of-the-art technology package. Its art program focuses on molecular-level depictions of macro-level phenomena.

  • The text features a consistent and proven approach to problem-solving. Each problem-solving skill is introduced in a worked-out "Example." Most of these examples include a "Problem Strategy." Each Example is followed by a list of corresponding end-of-chapter "Practice Problems, " which reinforce skills and concepts.
  • "A Chemist Looks At" boxes connect chemistry to the real world by highlighting its applications to medicine/health, frontiers of science, the environment, and everyday life.
  • Chapter 13, "Solid Materials of Modern Technology," includes information of particular value to engineering students.

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80. Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology
by William E. Brant, Clyde A. Helms
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Asin: 0683300938
Catlog: Book (1999-01-15)
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Sales Rank: 154600
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent First Read
This is an excellent introductory text book in radiology. It contains excellent images and covers the key fundamentals in radiology. It would be ideal for the PGY1 or PGY2 resident to read through to gain familarity in radiology before moving on to the major reference texts. Very readable book that does not overwhelm the junior resident with needless minutia.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fundamental of Diagnostic Radiology
This is the single excellent book for Radiology Residents and General Radiologists. Seperate sections on US and NM are the best parts of this book. CT Scan and MRI are dispersed with the General Radiology. If the authors create seperate sections of CT and MRI like US and NM in the next edition, the book will become the only perfect book in General Radiology. This book contains treasure of knowledge for the Radiology residents and racticing General Radiologists.

4-0 out of 5 stars Concise but not enough for residency.
Not a bad overview of most subjects, but some areas are lacking. The bone trauma subsection is particularly scant, excluding all of the fracture grading schemes. Additionally, while somewhat dedicated to differential generating, you don't really get a feel for what is actually common.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
The new version has an ultrasound section which is more extensive than the first edition. The book is sound and an excellent review. It is certainly the new review book as opposed to other texts. It is good for residents and practicing radiologists. I am finished with residency and fellowship and it is a handy reference book! (2nd edition)

5-0 out of 5 stars best radiologic "all in one"-book ever written
This is a book with so many hints, mnemonics and interesting information that it is even fun to read it. it gives you a short but important overview about all subspecialities of radilogy. A must for all residents in radiology. ... Read more

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