blueprints in Gyn/Obs? what about int med?

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  1. jarod

    jarod Junior Member
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    Is that the right choice? or else what would you advice?

    And what book do you advice for Internal medicine? blueprints has no content, I heard. Harrison is way too big, though, what do you think? Fisher?

    Thx,Jarod ;-)
     
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  3. SW-Adrian

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    I will use the medicine blueprint as the book I need to memorize before the exam, but throughout the rotation, I would use a more comprehensive book. The blueprint series is good in terms of finding out what are the key concepts as well. You can read that first, and probably dig more detail from another textbook. At least that way, you will be able to differenciate the essentials from the rest.

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  4. spunkydoc

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    NMS INternal Medcine is very comprehensive, an easy outline format. Sometimes it is too much info, but if you have time to read it, you will be stellar.
     

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