Gross Anatomy Help...

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  1. sng33

    sng33 Senior Member

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    What do you guys think are the best books and supplemental books/ atlasas that are neccesary to ace gross anatomy.
    Also would be interested in any general tips such as study methods etc.
     
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  3. Chiaroscuro

    Chiaroscuro New Member

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    I think it really depends on your learning style. I would suggest taking a look at the various picture atlases. I didn't study much off them until the end, but I found them to be very helpful. Personally, in the realm of the painted atlases, I like Netter better than Grant's, but your school may use the Grant's lab book...
     
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    steiner19er Senior Member

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    I am studying gross anatomy right now, for dentistry. Our prof. suggested Grants or Nedders. I bought Grants and it sucks. So learn from my mistake, go with Nedders. What I also found useful is the flashcards from Nedders, your school bookstore might not have them, so you can probably get them off line, by using this ISBN #192900708-6
     
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    Netter is a must have. It's also nice to have Rohen / Yokochi.
     
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    Netter is the book to have for learning and understanding gross anatomy. Grant's dissector is okay for actually guiding you through the dissection process, but other than that my group never looked at it. i think it's a given that if you have a netter in your hands you're going to learn anatomy...if you put the time in.

    Scott
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