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What's your favorite surg path textbook for gynecologic/obstetric pathology and why? Plan to use some of the book fund on one and wanted to see what people (outside my program) like. Thanks.
 

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I like the "Blaustein's..." by Kurman, but it was last published in 2002.
 

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The harvard text by crum and lee is my favorite
 

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What's your favorite surg path textbook for gynecologic/obstetric pathology and why? Plan to use some of the book fund on one and wanted to see what people (outside my program) like. Thanks.
All I know is avoid the Nucci Foundations book. I love that series, but the GYN one was terrible. It's not nicely formatted like the other books in the series and lots of common entities are totally omitted.
 

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I'd recommend the Clement/Young GYN atlas. Essentially like the Haber ddx, but GYN focused obviously, and with great COLOR pics, tables, ddx, and CONCISE and KEY references.
 

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Nearly everyone in my program (resident and faculty) seems to prefer Robboy. We've a few who also like Blaustein.
 

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I would go with Swank and Hustler, in that order.
 

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You were the one talkin bout facials yesterday.