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Netter's Orthopaedic Clinical Examination: An Evid&hellip by Joshua Cleland PT  DPT  PhD  OCS  FAAOMPT
If you are inspired to learn the most sensitive and most evidence-based orthopedic joint exam, this book is made for you. Each joint is covered from this book (including the temporomandibular joint, that is how extensive this book is). This book covers live clinical pictures and combines it with pictures from Netter's Atlas.

Each chapter covers a different joint and explains a whole variety of tests that one may see done by clinicians and orthopedic surgeons. Each test is also assessed, by statistical significance, as how appropriate they are for use in everyday clinical practice.

The anatomy covered this book is essential for medical students, however, the tests… Read more
Crash Course: Pharmacology, 4e by Elisabetta Battista
Crash Course: Pharmacology, 4e by Elisabetta Battista
Following the rest of the Crash Course series, this book is written for those medical students that want to learn the most amount of information in the shortest amount of time. The diagrams and tables are written to maximize the learning by demonstrating the differences between different medications. The book also explains some basic pathophysiology to give a better understanding on how the drugs work. The mechanisms of action for most drugs are explained - in way more detail than the BNF, but less than Rang and Dale.

If you want to know mainly the basics of pharmacology, this book is quite good. However, to prepare for the national prescribing exams, the BNF would probably be… Read more
250 Cases in Clinical Medicine, 4e (MRCP Study Gui&hellip by Ragavendra R. Baliga MD  MBA
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If you prefer to learn medicine by cases or diagnosis, this book is worth looking into. Compared to the previous 3rd edition, this 4th edition is a lot smaller and handy for wards/travel. Each diagnosis is written with history, salient features in history and examination, and how to diagnosis. The level of details is above a junior clinical medical student - but is close to the level of a final year medical student. There are also `advanced level' questions written to each case, which are in the level of postgrad medicine and can be used to prepare junior doctors for MRCP.

Most of the images are black and white, but the important pictures that needed to be in color (i.e… Read more