13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A bit like Marmite...,
This review is from: Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy (Hardcover)
My friends are divided; a group of us cannot stand Dyce and avoid it like the plague, and the rest adore it and keep it with them at all times. I personally have never found Dyce to be that useful, especially not at revision time! I find it is difficult to extract information from and always felt slightly dissatsified with the content, and felt the need to use other books to supplement. I really think it's best to have a read through this in the library (if possible) before buying. However, it is very rare that there will be one book that solves all your veterinary dilemmas, and I regularly use at least three books on any one topic when making notes and revising, so you can't disregard Dyce entirely, as there are chapters which I have found partially useful.