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FAQ: Is there any book for diagrams in Human Pathology?
is there any book for diagrams? wht is the key of scoring good mks?(eg flow charts, diagrams? etc)

UNANSWERED: Am I too old(24) for mbbs?


microscopic diagram for understanding is good in harsh mohan, goss actual pics are in robbins and others general dia for mech of action etc etc refer big robbins.

in ur paper draw and label ur diagrams and u need not rite ur microscopy for mech of action types give flow chart and write a para of intro and tat it.

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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