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Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Books

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by Kev (UK), Apr 10, 2004.

  1. Kev (UK)

    Kev (UK) British Member
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    Over the last 2-3 weeks I have started using the Anatomy and Physiology Coloring (or Colouring as we say over this side of the pond :D ) books by Kapit. I am suprisingly finding them very usueful. I had the Anatomy book for months (a gift) and never used it but after completing a few pages I realised it worked for me! I find the Physiology book even more useful.

    I wouldn't rely on them solely for coursework but as a revsiion tool for the basics I think they are excellent.

    What are others opinions on them?
     
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  3. Vincristine

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    yes, I most certainly agree. I also had the brain coloring book. Sure there are pages here and there that I skipped, but I was always surprized at the detail in the pictures AND the accompanying text. I did most of the anatomy one on the days before our skills exam. Someone recently mentioned working on them the summer before M1 and I don't think that's a bad idea either.
     

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