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Dr_Ashu


book for prac medicine
book for prac medicine

UNANSWERED: Creating separate cadre for mbbs in teaching faculty in medical colleges as tutors / demonstrators.

kidney
Aim Punjab PG

pj mehta + Dutta


kidney
Aim Punjab PG

sorry by mistake i wrote dutta

i would prefer pj mehta and kundu


svjyo


i think mcleods is the best book for med practicals.


godofwar
Aim MCh

Alagappan is also useful in theory. But Macleods or hutchinson will do.


rmh


Alagappan


sourav_111
Aim MD Medicine

i think mcleod is d best wen it comes to demonstrating the clinical methods

while alagappan n kundu are very informative

Cunningham's Manual of Practical Anatomy
Completely redesigned in an attractive new format, this popular three-volume manual provides students and practitioners with a comprehensive guide to human anatomy and a dissection guide recognized throughout the world.
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