"Fantastic book! Can't do without it. This has great summaries and great diagrams, and perhaps most importantly provides references for the best literature available. Could use a bit better organization but maybe they accomplished that with the new edition."
"A good way to review the chapter you have just read in Lawrence. Lawrence gives you the full background, and Recall helps make sure that you caught the high points. It also has some fast fact details not in Lawrence (i.e. the rule of 9s for burns)."
"Great pocket handbook for surgery. The more serious pocket companion as compared to Surgical Recall. Recall is a useful study tool whereas Mont Reid is a better reference source; probably a personal preference as to whether you like the Recall format or not."
"Not a fantastic text but a good source for the clerkship. Goes into the level of detail you need to discuss things with your team, but frequently is missing the real details you would find in a more serious reference book (that I occasionally wanted). But as someone not going into OB this was a good way to learn a little bit, but not too much, about the field."
"A great intro book for Oto-HNS. Lacks the high-yield impact of Pasha, and too much white space makes it bulky, but has the benefit of providing references you can look up on PubMed and includes ICD codes which might be useful someday."