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Netac AES256 bit Encryption Premium Flash Memory High Speed Auto-Destroy USB disk U256 8GB
Netac AES256 bit Encryption Premium Flash Memory High Speed Auto-Destroy USB disk U256 8GB

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mac users be warned, 20 Oct. 2010
Good secure USB stick which is niftily sized, and is relatively easy to use. My only complaint is that you cannot access the secure portion of the stick when using it with a mac, only the unsecure portion. Something not made adequately clear in its user specifications.


The Brant and Helms Solution - Four Volumes (Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology, 3/e, Plus Integrated Content Website)
The Brant and Helms Solution - Four Volumes (Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology, 3/e, Plus Integrated Content Website)
by William E. Brant
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent introduction to Radiology, 20 Oct. 2010
This book is ideal for your first 2-3 years in radiology, clearly explaining logical ways of assessing an abnormality and how to narrow your differentials. It is written very well, with most chapters feeling like your being talked to directly. It also represents very good value for money when you consider that the musculoskeletal chapter (which, btw, is especially well written) is the entire 'fundamentals of skeletal radiology book' which sells on its own for £50!


Single Best Answers in Surgery (SBA)
Single Best Answers in Surgery (SBA)
by Darren K Patten
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Essential and concise pre-exam revision, 3 May 2009
I found this collection of questions for the exams very useful with them covering a wide variety of topics challenging both my clinical and anatomical knowledge. And well thought out explanations for the questions I got wrong. I found there to be a good mix of questions from the moderately easy to the fairly difficult to stop complacency developing, but all pitched at the level you may see in an exam situation. Hopefully a similar medical book is in the pipeline.


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