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Im currently using moore's clinically oriented anatomy only. Should I also add another book to study for the anatomy course?
 
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If you're looking for anatomy textbooks, then Moore's Clinically Oriented Anatomy and BRS' Gross Anatomy are comprehensive and sufficient.
If you're looking for an atlas, then Netter's has been a very helpful guide with excellent, clear illustrations.

All the best!
 

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My favorite was Rohens atlas. Cadaver pictures and it was really easy to cover the labels and quiz myself.
 
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Rohen's is awesome. Get a old cheap grants off ebay that you can use at your table and can throw away at the end of the year.
 

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I used Moore's but focused on the pictures and captions. If there were any gaps I'd consult the text itself. I didn't really like Netter's since a) the pictures are not as good, and b) there's no text at all to guide you. Reading through the text in Moore's is overkill.
 
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