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Good books to learn medical spanish?

Discussion in 'General Residency Issues' started by dharmabum7, May 3, 2004.

  1. dharmabum7

    dharmabum7 Allergy Imm Attending
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    Hey guys,

    I wanted to brush up on my medical spanish. Do you guys know of any good books for medical spanish. Ideally I want something that is like a mini textbook that I could study for a few weeks, not just a mini phrase book.

    Thanks guys.

    -'bum
     
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  3. Fabio

    Fabio Senior Member
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    Try Barron's Spanish for Healthcare Professionals, by Harvey. I've been pretty happy with it. It has some intro basic Spanish stuff, but I felt the rest was very pertinent.
     
  4. chichi

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    I looked at a few books out there and by far the best one I encountered was "Manual for (relatively) Painless Medical Spanish" by Rajkovic. It's well written, and is an easy book to go through especially for someone who has no spanish background.
     

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