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The books I had read and those I should have read.. for AIPG
by vitamin_k - 49452 reads, based on 142 votes
Following is the list of books I had read while preparing foe AIPG. I have also mentioned areas where I think I should have done bit more.Hope it helps you.... More

Books to read for Surgery in Indian PG Entrances
by Bruno - 31928 reads, based on 50 votes
1. Surgical Short cases by Das has those High Yielding topics covered in great detail . If you have gone through tis book once (it will take just 20 hours to read it and revise it) you will not miss a single question from Neck, Hernai, hydrocele, scrotum, swellings, arteries veins and lymphatics etc which are all high yielding topics... More

Books I read for AIPGE preparation
by MockTurtle - 24161 reads, based on 44 votes
Just for fun, this article is going to be a discussion on which books our fellow members find the most useful (pg preparation or otherwise), and why. Iíll list my own for starters. 1) Anatomy-BRS series I just abhor the subject, and there just wasnít any way I was going to mug Chaurasia. In fact, I just hate the site of those 3 volumes. This book has proved to be a life saver that way, maybe a bit too detailed, but much better than the High-Yield version.(In fact the only books of the High-Yield Series Iíd recommend are those dealing with Biostatistics and embryo). Runnerís up-Mooreís Essential Clinical Anatomy. (Good but probably a tad too expensive). Embryology - High Yield H... More

Books to read for AIPGE
by chachoch - 25073 reads, based on 41 votes
You will be wondering what books to use for preps. Here?s the whole list that I used. This might be a little too much for you, but I?m of the kind who likes having a lot of books around me. 1. Anatomy a. Dutta (I would recommend this as the basic text book) b. Chaurasia (Easy for remembering the relations using simple diagrams) c. Keith L. Moore (Is extremely helpful in learning hard topics like the sole, and Head & Neck. d. Neuroanatomy (IB Singh > Dutta. Again, very useful if you can read topics like Hypothalamus, Cerebellum, blood supply to brain from both) e. Embryology (IB Singh > Dutta. I found both useful and Dutta has great General Embryology discussion.) ... More

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