beyond wheater's and robbins any suggestions???
yaah said:I recently discovered this series http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/BS_FDP/description#description which is called "Foundations of diagnostic pathology" and has some good algorithms and descriptions.
djmd said:See if I said that, it would sound like I was getting kick backs.. But I agree the Neuro volume has been well recieved, and If they all have that level of information without overwhelming it could be quite good..
yaah said:Haha yeah that's probably true. But his name is on everything these days .
The one I have seen so far is the GI book, and I thought it was good for the non-neoplastic stuff.