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Greenberg Handbook of Neurosurgery

Discussion in 'Neurosurgery' started by danielmd06, Apr 13, 2007.

  1. danielmd06

    danielmd06 Neurosomnologist
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    I've got a fifth edition that I've had since my third year of medical school. It's well-loved and well-worn considering I'm just an intern now.

    I'd like to pick up a fresh copy that isn't in tatters from overuse. Do you guys have any preferences on newer (or older) editions?
     
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  3. danielmd06

    danielmd06 Neurosomnologist
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    Bump.

    C'mon guys. I want to use my book funds wisely.
     
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    newer editions are usually best...
     
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    All I can say is I really liked my 6th edition during my rotations. Small enough to get inside your labcoat pockets, compared to the previous editions.
     
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    Chronic Student So Fresh, So Clean
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    I have whatever the latest edition is and I like it quite a lot. As mentioned it fits in a white coat pocket. Hard to beat that.

    -Mike
     
  7. danielmd06

    danielmd06 Neurosomnologist
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    Thanks gentlemen.
     

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