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  Topic: best combination of theory and practical books for medicine
shanx

Replies: 34
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PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Wednesday 2nd of April 2008 10:14:20 PM   Subject: best combination of theory and practical books for medicine
i guess Davidson and Kundu (or Alagappan) is a gud combi.. in the last month one can pick up George Matthews for quick scanning of imp topics
  Topic: THREAD for 8th-9th sem students [batch 2008-09]
shanx

Replies: 16
Views: 4746

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Tuesday 4th of March 2008 08:25:51 PM   Subject: THREAD for 8th-9th sem students [batch 2008-09]
hey genius the great, give ur name n details.. this is shanx from kmc, chennai, in 8th sem now
  Topic: community medicine - how to make it interesting?
shanx

Replies: 16
Views: 11036

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Sunday 10th of February 2008 12:01:05 AM   Subject: community medicine - how to make it interesting?
i guess Group discussions and a few interesting mnemonics can help to a certain extent..
  Topic: FAQ: HOW TO READ HARRISON?
shanx

Replies: 54
Views: 75969

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Saturday 9th of February 2008 11:45:57 PM   Subject: FAQ: HOW TO READ HARRISON?
i too agree wid most of the guys in here.. reading harrisons retro thru mqs is a gr8 idea.. u can spend some time on each topic related to tht mcq.. tht way u cover all d questions tht migt come from ...
  Topic: interstin ways to remember wat u study!!!!
shanx

Replies: 15
Views: 5542

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Tuesday 29th of January 2008 09:11:35 AM   Subject: interstin ways to remember wat u study!!!!
Framing up Mnemonics is another good device to learn.. especially in ophthal n Ent, it does work.. u can remember lotsa d/d's and lotsa signs & symp by this method.. I even tried making some in PSM. i ...
  Topic: FAQ: Books for final year MBBS?
shanx

Replies: 67
Views: 89327

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Thursday 17th of January 2008 01:31:10 PM   Subject: FAQ: Books for final year MBBS?
CMDT is a wonderful book... U need to grab the latest copy. Read Pathogenesis and Clinical features from Harrisons or Davidsons, & check out Diagnosis and Treatment from CMDT. It gives latest and Auth ...
  Topic: FAQ: HOW TO READ HARRISON?
shanx

Replies: 54
Views: 75969

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Thursday 17th of January 2008 01:23:20 PM   Subject: FAQ: HOW TO READ HARRISON?
I guess a lot of text in Harrisons needs to be read. Definitely the Tables are very very important. And i guess Pathophysiology is Best in Harrison's. U can check out Diagnosis and treatment from Late ...
  Topic: davidson or harrison as a text book????
shanx

Replies: 28
Views: 8610

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Wednesday 23rd of May 2007 08:17:20 PM   Subject: I guess CMDT with selective Harrison is a gr8 idea
Guys chek out CMDT2007, its a good book, to read as textbook for med, for entrance. u can always refer to harri for some topics..
  Topic: AIPGE
shanx

Replies: 12
Views: 3845

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Sunday 29th of October 2006 08:51:07 AM   Subject: AIPGE
guys its really insprin to see u ppl so seriously into mcqs rite now. how is d accuracy of AAA? n wht shud 1 do now, mcq from anat, physio, bchem or path, pharm etc. when in 5th sem
  Topic: PATHO HELP
shanx

Replies: 5
Views: 1949

PostForum: MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India   Posted: Sunday 29th of October 2006 08:25:51 AM   Subject: PATHO HELP
Big Robbins is wonderful, but voluminous. u can quickly run over the discussions on genes, receptors etc. given in each chapter. those parts r more research oriented. Morphology too is extensive(purpl ...
 
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