the Highest of any review Series! Jam Packed
with info! "I WISH I had used this book DURING
my course in med school (instead of waiting to use it
for just review)! It would have been very helpful for
exams. Most of the other High Yield books work best when
used as a supplement to a more detailed book (or as a
review after you've learned the material), but this one
is still pretty detailed itself, without being overwhelming.
It is a great review of the essential things you need
to know for the USMLE. Good pictures, great clinical correlations,
and good layout. It is up-to-date as well. "
Anatomy of Anatomy in Images and Words
Photos and text document students' first time disecting
a human body. The students are quoted as they progress
through the body parts as typically taught in such classes,
recording their reactions to each stage of the process.
Through Clinical Cases
How does one take a difficult and arduous subject and
make its study approachable, interesting and fun? Hal
Blumenfeld has succeeded in doing this in his book on
the most complex human system of all, Neuroanatomy.
Pathology / Pathophysiology
An essential companion to any full size Pathophysiology
text you may use!!
Pathologic Basis of Disease 6th Ed
There are hundreds of thousands of medical facts existing
in this field. Memorizing all of them seems impossible
to medical students. The only way to turn out this dead
end is to understand fundamental mechanisms of diseases.
Robbins illustrates those mechanisms with easy-to-understand
ways. No confusion, no frustration.
of Medical Physiology
The new edition of this classic Physiology textbook continues
to provide comprehensive coverage of basic physiology
and its relation to clinical medicine. Very Highly Recommended!
Hands down, the best book in the BRS series, and a MUST
HAVE companion to any physiology text you decide to use!