fp1

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"The Peripheral
Brain Series: Internal Medicine" is a great new little reference book and it is getting great
reviews from the medical students and residents here
at the Los Angeles area medical schools (UCLA and
USC). I got mine at the bookstore but it is also available now through the website- www.pressmanpublishing.com. It is a
wonderful quick reference for getting through life on
the wards (and relatively cheap 12.95) I love mine!
 

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Originally posted by fp1
"The Peripheral
Brain Series: Internal Medicine" is a great new little reference book and it is getting great
reviews from the medical students and residents here
at the Los Angeles area medical schools (UCLA and
USC). I got mine at the bookstore but it is also available now through the website- www.pressmanpublishing.com. It is a
wonderful quick reference for getting through life on
the wards (and relatively cheap 12.95) I love mine!

you're not an author or related to the publisher r u? (pardon my cynism in advance) ;)
 

fp1

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No, but I do know one of the authors (he is an attending at USC in Internal Med ) He is a really good teacher - he often gives lectures to the med students :)
 
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