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    Best Book for Neuro???

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    I am taking Neuro in Sept. Which is the best book and/or review book to buy for that subject.? Thx

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    HY neuro.. supplement with FA.
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    FA and Kaplan were more than enough. So if you're already getting the Kaplan books, just make sure you have FA.
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    HY neuro from FIX and FA and if you add UW neuroanatomy that will be more than enough.
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    why even bother with the obvious. Just know where you are need it and where you can help the most.

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    plz...telll..are the kaplan lectures necessary to listen 4 neuro anat

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.namita84 View Post
    plz...telll..are the kaplan lectures necessary to listen 4 neuro anat
    Didn't listen to 'em. I did look at the images just to familiarize myself with the tracts.
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    neuro text

    use USMLE Road Map Neuro- an amazing easy to read review- reduces the tracts to the minuimum, Great revieqw of visual defects
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    Salutations "dr.namita84":

    I listened, read, and took notes in the Kaplan neuroscience portion and felt that it was enough to help me answer the questions on the exam. The only drawback I didn't like was that the instructor was speaking pretty fast when going through the material so it's tough to try to understand and then take notes at the same time. But reading it should be okay as well. Also, they should put more pictures such as CT or MRI scans since there were lots of them on my exam.
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    why dont people study snell's neuroanatomy try this for many reasons as follows
    1. it is very simple
    2 .a complete book with clinical viginetts
    3. easy to remeber diagrams

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    BRS Review For Neuroanatomy, for questions. The most important are the tracts.The tracts in the book are explained well in short.

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