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drshailesh_muley
Aim NEET-SS

hutchison good

UNANSWERED: Nerve muscle physiology

nksuresh1992


Alagappa


arvindhm
Aim USMLE Step 1

Alagappan


drshailesh_muley
Aim NEET-SS

pj mehta also gud


usha21
Aim MD Medicine

Kundu is a better book and unanimously accepted by all medicos.


pankajbharali


Kundu
Hutchison (CNS)
Sapira

Essentials of Medical Pharmacology By KD Tripathi
Extensively revised and updated chapters to include recently introduced drugs, published information and therapeutic practices.
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