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    Shay.Ritter is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Which edition of Clinically Oriented Anatomy to get?

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    Hi all, I'll be starting 1st year in Poznan in Sept., and would like to know what version and edition of this book to get:
    There is the US version and the International one, and it is not mentioned on their website which to get (common sense tells me to get the international one, but who knows..)
    And also, I would like to know if the 6th ed. is also good for Poznan, if I find it at a good price?

    Thanks!

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    I don't attend Poznan, but from my experience in E-EU it doesn't matter one whit. The international version is usually cheaper, though.

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    Thank you for the quick responce, I thoght as much.
    And what atlas did you prefer at the time? Netter? Rohen?
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    I took gross anatomy at a US medical school, but I found Rohen to be much more helpful for the practical examinations, and Netter for the theoretical examinations. I actually used both, and a couple of others that I inherited from friends.

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    I go to Poznan, I'm in second year now. Everyone here uses BRS, Snells and Netters. I actually bought pretty much every anatomy book I could find and those 3 are the ones I stuck with. There are a few other helpful books that you can just get at the copy shop for cheap but once you get here you will figure out all about that. I bought clinically oriented as well but it was such a struggle to get through! If you look over it after EVERY class its a great book to have but when you have 2 weeks till the exam you will have NO time and end up reading BRS.

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    How about books for other first year subjects - which one do U recommend? All BRS series or case files or NMS ??

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    Well I'm in 6MD so I used:
    Histo: Atlas of Histology (lippincott) and Junquiera Basic Histology (Some people also used BRS)
    Embryology: Medical embryology (Lippincott)
    Anatomy I already said
    Medical Chem: You can buy a small lab book at the school but the course is mainly followed by the professor's seminar/lecture powerpoints.
    Philosophy: You don't need anything, Just follow his lectures and seminars.
    Biology: Was a really fair course, again, follow the powerpoints.
    First Aid: A small book that I'm pretty sure is written by one of the profs.
    Medical Polish: There's a book you can buy here at the uni
    Latin: small book you buy from the latin teacher
    Biophysics: They have 2 small books that are written by the profs.


    Thats all you really need. I'd say anatomy has the majority of the books and there are sooo many you can buy but yeah.

    If you're in 4 year for neuroscience we used BRS +Lippincott's Neuro atlas, Biochem : Harper's Biochem+Lippincott+BRS Genetics: You get handouts and the back of the biochem books usually have some Genetics. Law and ethics: Just read ppts .
    For the rest of the 4MD classes, I don't have them until 3rd year sorry

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    Any will do. On the other hand, this book, though listed, is generally considered to be too thick. Do not buy books in advance. Wait for the courses to start. Ask for advice from other students. You cannot trust any list. Books that are really needed are not listed.

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