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Keeping Books for Surgery Internship

Discussion in 'Surgery and Surgical Subspecialties' started by Lebesgue, May 5, 2007.

  1. Lebesgue

    Lebesgue Senior Member

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    What books would you recommend keeping from med school that would be useful during the internship year, if any...

    Of course with the exception of those specifically mentioned in the surgery book sticky above.

    I've got a box sitting next to me that I'm not interested in moving.

    Thanks.
     
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  3. surgical06

    surgical06 Junior Member

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    i just moved my books, an kept all the books i found usefull. especially a physiology, robbins path, pharm. histology, surgical recall i hear is still relevant (especially if u have the advanced one), netters, i like to keep my first aid and kaplan path book i used for step one studying. its got all my notes.
     
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    I'm not sure I'd keep any medical books beyond an anatomy atlas/text and perhaps a good path book (of course, you are keeping your surgical texts and handbooks).

    Reason being that general medicine does change, you can easily look up stuff on the internet/Up-to-Date, etc. and if you aren't especially keen on keeping them its probably not necessary. IMHO.
     

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