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    Netter's vs Moore's Anatomy

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    Which one would you prefer?

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    If I was to get one and one only? Netters. Moore is a good TEXTBOOK, Netters is a good ATLAS. Your notes can supplement Netters.
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    a/o

    apples and oranges -- netters is an atlas w/ great drawings of the human body -- moore is a text with info and less detailed schematics

    cannot really compare these two -- look on the net to see what is meant by this -- good luck




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    for me, i use Netter as Atlas & Snell as textbook

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    Get them both

    Right now I use both and recommend you do the same. Like everyone said they are different style books so you can compare. Moore's is a clinically oriented book that with focus on anatomy that helps you solve clinical problems. This is impossible if you do not know your anatomy. The first few days of school I took Moore with me to the library and tried to read it. This was a wasted day because without knowing your anatomy from a good atlas, of which I think Netter's is the best, you might as well get a Chinese anatomy textbook because this is what it will sound like. I have learned now to read my netters and then go to more so I know what the heck they are talking about.

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    FYI Netter's has come out with a clinical anatomy textbook which is similar to Moore's

    They are comparable, but I would go with Moore because its more established and most of the lectures refer to pages in Moore

    Though I think many schools will change to Netters soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by tno77
    FYI Netter's has come out with a clinical anatomy textbook which is similar to Moore's

    They are comparable, but I would go with Moore because its more established and most of the lectures refer to pages in Moore

    Though I think many schools will change to Netters soon
    They gave out free copies of the Netter's Clinical Anatomy book at a conference. I'm not sure if it's the same one you're referring to because it's not a textbook, but a collection of Netters style diagrams with clinical correlations.
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    moore;s blue boxes are good!

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    hey

    not only that, but if you add mcminnons or rahen's, they are actual cadaveors and help you out a lot in identifying the structures during lab.
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    I use Moore for reading/studying and Netters flashcards for memorizing

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