Medcomic The Most Entertaining Way to Study Medicine 3rd edition
Medcomic: The Most Entertaining Way to Study Medicine is a useful supplement to review for the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination (PANCE), and National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), and many other board exams in the health care field. Medcomic is written and illustrated by Jorge Muniz, a board-certified internal
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Lecture Notes Clinical Medicine 6th edition
Lecture Notes on Clinical Medicine has a long-standing reputation for excellence and is a must-have in the run-up to final examinations and throughout the clinical years. It offers a concise summary of the essential information needed for practising clinical medicine. The book is divided into two sections: Part 1 focuses on the clinical examination of
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Current Clinical Medicine 2nd edition
  Current Clinical Medicine’s 2nd edition, by the world famous Cleveland Clinic, is an Internal Medicine reference that gives you authoritative and actionable information wherever you are, whenever you need it. More than 40 updated chapters, 13 new chapters, and 30% new illustrations ensure that you’ll have access to the most up-to-date guidance. In addition
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Kumar Clinical Medicine 7th edition
The 7th edition of Kumar and Clark’s Clinical Medicine is a thoroughly updated, reworked and revised new edition of the first-prize winner in the Medicine category in the BMA 2006 Medical Book Competition. It is the market-leading comprehensive and authoritative single-volume textbook of internal medicine, consulted by students and doctors alike throughout the world. Covering
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250 Cases in Clinical Medicine 4th edition
A new, fully updated edition of Baliga’s very popular collection of short cases arranged by clinical area, emphasising the key diagnostic features of clinical conditions as commonly presented in the short-case part of the Final MB and MRCP examinations. Also included are likely instructions or commands expected from the examiner for each condition, and the
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