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doc_svm
Aim AIIMS

FAQ: Which is the best book for understanding Embryology?
which is d best book for understanding the concepts and visualizing properly embryology?? Thanks!!

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Ulhasmanvi


Best book for embryology is Human Embryology by Larson. It has excellent illustrations and clinical aspects. icon_lol.gif


mightchillout


i think Langmans embryology (lippincott) is really nice....nice diagrams.....good material....nicely written wid good snapz as well..


vishrut
Aim Other

I think Langman's Medical Embryology is very good.....


nihaal786
Aim AIIMS

i think u should use I B SINGH first. tht will also help in ur exams. some times u can consult langmenn too. i am studying like tht.


drnirrag
Aim MS Othopaedics

try moore and persaud s developing human


sarosem


i think P L Dhingra's is the good one . easy to understand .


saumyamittal
Aim NIMHANS

ib singh first


nihaal786
Aim AIIMS

i b singh


Jannat-on-earth
Aim AIIMS

Ib singh..


vishrut
Aim Other

Langman's Embyrology is good for visualizing n understanding the concepts....

But I B Singh is more than enough for the I MBBS as many questions are not asked from embyrology in 1st yr exams.....


xenixmacos


IB
IB singh is the basic book- small and concise- read that first, and then go for the hi-funda ones. If you start off with a big book, more than often- you end up quitting it midway.


nilesh8june


I think embrology is best illustrated by Langmann, None is better. U can mug up from IB but to understand Langmann is the best


kuni
Aim NEET-PG

i b sing ,embryology.
simple to understand,& rebember.


heraghava


moore and persaud


lifescrazy
Aim NEET-PG 2012

first go for I B SINGH n try to finish it in one go...max wid in a wk...n den u can try other books as per ur wish n choice bt I B SINGH s a must


sanal09
Aim NEET PG

inderbir singh - embryology is the best book for first year- embryology.. new edition also has a dvd with videos which is very good- makes it easy to remember.

langman is also a good book- but difficult to read and understand in first year mbbs- in my opinion


anudeepk65


langman embryology fr sure


anitakirtiman
Aim MRCOG Part 1

i.b.singh embryology


Divakhan
Aim USMLE Step 1

Ib singh


himanshusingh
Aim NEET-PG

langman. it's very goooood


doctoreye


inderbir singh embryology


carter453
Aim NEET-PG

i b singh and langman


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