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nervyM


FAQ: Which books should I read for 2nd MBBS?
Can seniors please help me out? I have just begun my second MBBS and need help. Can anyone please tell me the books to be read for Pharmacology, Microbiology , Pathology and Forensic Medicine. I need such books which are of a high standard and which will help me out in my PG entrance too. I'll tell u the books I have read in my first year this might help u in knowing my preferences. I have read Gray's anatomy , Snell's Clinical anatomy, Dutta for Gross anatomy, Guyton , Ganong ( and a little of Best and Taylor) for Physiology and Lehninger, Orton and Neuhaus, and Harper for Biochemistry. Please help me out!

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THEROCK
Aim NEET PG

Yaar tell me seriously have u really read all these books jus in ur first year?


nervyM


Yes Therock! Of course! Iam in my second year as I told. But what about the books? Why is no one helping me?


THEROCK
Aim NEET PG

Because dude i think u need no help if u r readin these books,rather u can help others!!!wat do u think,wanna b study partners?u can contact me at 09888864317 or mail me at
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rmh


patho: Robbins
Micro: Ananthnarayan , Chatterji
forensic: reddy , parekh
Pharmac: KD tripathi


playboy2007
Aim AIIMS

i cant believe you read all those books in your first year... take a bow...


nervyM


Thank you, thank you!!! icon_biggrin.gif


xxx_reloaded
Aim NEET PG

Which book for parasito........??
Hey can u all plz help me out regarding which book iz the best for parasito:

1. Panicker
2. Ichupujani or
3. Chatterjee ?

I've bought Panicker.

Have I made a right choice or Chatterjee/ Ichupujani would have been better ?


super7
Aim USMLE Step 1

hey nervy u shud start with Harrison.....


Dr_Ashu


dear xxx_reloaded i think u should have bought chatterjee for parasito coz it's an excellent book....in case paniker is good too..


Dr_Ashu


hey nervy here's a list of books---
pharmac- kd tripathi & goodman gilman
patho- birg robbins & harsh mohan
micro- anantnarayan
parasito-chatterjee
forensic medicine-parikh, reddycolor=violet][/color]


Dr_Ashu


hey nervy here's a list of books---
pharmac- kd tripathi & goodman gilman
patho- birg robbins & harsh mohan
micro- anantnarayan
parasito-chatterjee
forensic medicine-parikh, reddycolor=violet][/color]


nervyM


Yeah, I think I should. I started Davidson in my first clinical sem.


nervyM


icon_smile.gif Thank you, can you please suggest a good book or immunology? icon_confused.gif


nervyM


Thank you!


prashanth_20
Aim USMLE Step 1

book for immunology
kuby is the best bet for basic immunology..it is available online as an e-book..for clear pictures and animations u can refer immunobiology by janeway ,travers et al..or the immune system by peter parnham 2nd edition


nervyM


Thank u Prashant, Kuby indeed was lovely! icon_smile.gif


kuniya


hey nervyM
U HAVE READ THEM..PLZZ TAKE MY BOW TOO
can we b study partners..i have a similar interest icon_biggrin.gif


medicogenius


paniker is gud 4 parasito...


ankitaggarwal001
Aim AIPGE 2016

hey for microbiology one can also read cp baweja and for parasito u can read arora.


nervyM


Hmm.. Baveja is very useful for examinations...


kuni
Aim NEET-PG

good understanding in physio is necessary,for many topics during MBBS.
physiology choudhury text book is good book ,fr udestandig basics in simple way.even in 2nd yr also ,keep touch in physio,to answer pg,usmle.


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Aim AIIMS

Re: FAQ: Which books should I read for 2nd MBBS?
nervyM wrote:
Can seniors please help me out? I have just begun my second MBBS and need help. Can anyone please tell me the books to be read for Pharmacology, Microbiology , Pathology and Forensic Medicine. I need such books which are of a high standard and which will help me out in my PG entrance too. I'll tell u the books I have read in my first year this might help u in knowing my preferences. I have read Gray's anatomy , Snell's Clinical anatomy, Dutta for Gross anatomy, Guyton , Ganong ( and a little of Best and Taylor) for Physiology and Lehninger, Orton and Neuhaus, and Harper for Biochemistry. Please help me out!

According to me
For:
Pathology=Robbins+Walter and Israel
Pharma=kdt+Katzung
Micro=Ananthanarayan+Jawetz/Levinson+Kuby
FSM=Reddy
Hope it helps.


rdsharma
Aim AIPGE 2016

micro ananthanarayan
patho robbins


karishma101
Aim MBBS Second Prof

@nervy hey which college were u studying in?

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