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Best Embryo Books and why

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by 8675309, Mar 18, 2001.

  1. 8675309

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    Please post what you think are the best embryology books and/or atlases and why
    Thank you
     
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  3. Pegasus

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    I used Embyro Made Rediculously Simple (sp?). This course wasnt stressed too much in our curriculum so the syllabus was good enough to get many people above a 90.


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  4. nostromo

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    "Before We Are Born"

    Easy to follow text, plus pages and pages of really cool, nasty picture of deformities.

    Almost as fun as www.rotten.com
     
  5. Mikado

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    Which of these these are recommended by schools?
     
  6. my school reccomends before we are born...good book, however the subject was just breifly covered so the ridiculously simple would have been more helpful. i think those books are the best for everything, they give the clinical info needed and don't bog you down with all the details. there is a lot of info on all subjects, it is best to condense it, learn it and then add info from other texts as needed. good luck!
     

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