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shabana


FAQ: Which Textbook Should I Read for Forensic Medicine?
hi my firends

from which book
i can enjoy forensic medicine
i need you to tell me the NAME of good book in forensic medicine

UNANSWERED: Study Help for Final Year MBBS

lazybonezzz


Hi Shabana,
Most Indian Med students stick to Reddy's Textbook of Forensic or Dr Parikh's Textbook
Am movin ur post to the MBBS II forum where u shud get a more appropriate answer


prolene
Aim Surgery

I read Dr Parikh's Textbook, its nice.


shabana


thanks alot dear dr lazybonezzz
thanks alot dear dr prolene for your help
but i wonder if these nice wonderful (iam sure of that)books are world wide i mean universal so that i can buyt from amazon site or locally used in india


lazybonezzz


Hmm Shabana ur best bet wud b to check on the Amazo site I guess
Sorry can;t help u on this icon_sad.gif


drparveen
Aim Andhra Pradesh PG

narayan reddy text is nice and the information is also sufficient.it is not available at amazon u can buy it fron ur near book centre


shabana


thanks alot dear for your advice


Dr_Ashu


hey reddy is a pretty good book. and for a subject like FMT, which has low weightage, reddy's enough...


doc_g
Aim TOEFL

i agree complettely
reddy suffices


dramithgupta
Aim AIIMS

narayan reddy


ankitaggarwal001
Aim AIPGE 2013

u can trust reddy's book however it does seem to be tiring at times


A_MIT
Aim AIIMS

Parikh is good book


ankit_2k
Aim NEET PG

reddy is good.... for ur 2nd yr..

it may seem bulky at times but due to its bulk just raeding will make u remember some pts and tats the advantage.


Sangini
Aim USMLE Step 1

um
Krishna vij is a really nice book.. new editoin just came out..

its an elsevier icon_smile.gif
maybe you can find it on amazon


perananth
Aim MD Final Exam

v.v.pillay is a nice book for toxicology...


usha21
Aim MD Medicine

Reddy. Awesome.


charmed4good


Even I'm confused between reddy and parikh! icon_sad.gif


kuni
Aim NEET-PG

reddy,as most referrance in pg guidse r from,reddy fmt book.


prt
Aim AIPGE 2014

reddy


sanal09
Aim NEET PG

reddy is good covers almost everything

vv pillay is gud for passing and scoring average... but its very much readable, can complete in 2 days..

parikh is the best textbook i know of forensic medicine.


Divakhan
Aim USMLE Step 1

KSN Reddy - synopsis is actually enough. If you want detailed go for textbook.


indianrooney
Aim AIIMS

Reddy hands down....one of the most high yield text books for PGentrance exams


amt123
Aim Australia

I would say reddy...but if u get tired of the monotonous black and white and crammed words...and sumtyms massive definitions...take a break with vv pillay nice pictures and easy to read fonts and lots of space...and very easy to remember definitions.


abdullahansaari
Aim NEET PG 2012

reddy is d best
simple n lucid language, easy to understand


indianrooney
Aim AIIMS

Reddy is good enough for Both UG and PG prep


pritigupta089
Aim NEET-PG

reddy


vinmoh
Aim NEET PG

reddy is good


drmudassir2k6
Aim USMLE Step 1

Narayan Reddy Synopsis is the best


abhikdebnath123


reddy reddy reddy. everyone would advise the book.
..............but i have seen parikh. its great too.


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