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Clinical Neuroanatomy (Book & CD) (Made Ridiculously Simple) 4th Edition
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how i used this book: went to lecture, learned everything from the powerpoints/course texts like usual, then i spent the last 48 hrs using this book and PreTest: Neuro so that I could get the clinical feel for the subject. worked great for me. i ended up blowing the NBME shelf exam out of the water and i totally credit this book for it. it teaches you all of the subjective clinical aspects to neurology that are high-yield on USMLE type of stuff
"a 22 yr old female comes to you complaining of developing vision deficits. upon examination, she has difficulty tracking an object L to R, but convergence is normal...."
Purchased this book to help refresh on neuro for Step 1. The book is very brief (which I like). The CD-ROM lets you practice "where's the lesion" and has some nice anatomy images.
This book lays a nice foundation for other texts to fill in the specifics. I would say this has all the basic neuro background you need for Step 1 - ie it's clinically focused.
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I think the first three chapters were very helpful when I first talked this material. I have friends that say the second half is also worth reading as well but to me I got the most... Read morePublished 2 months ago by tiller409
This was one of those few books where just about every line of information was useful. As a 4th year student matching into anesthesiology, I still have a really solid... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael Richard Moore
I'm a first year medical student and I used this to review for my neuroanatomy final. I had already read the main neuro textbook for the class and had a good handle on the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nate
Very interesting! This is definitely a keep-it-where-you-can-find-it-for-future-reference book!Published 13 months ago by Tammy S.
Great book; this was recommended to me by one of my Professors who went through the very same communication disorders program I am going through. Read morePublished 14 months ago by rocketgal4