View Poll Results: Which book for clinical medicine?

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  • Golwalla

    9 9.18%
  • Hutchison's Clinical Methods

    25 25.51%
  • Bates

    18 18.37%
  • McLeod

    30 30.61%
  • Other [Please mention it]

    16 16.33%
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    Arrow Which book for clinical medicine

    Golwala
    Hutchison's Clinical Methods
    Bates
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    Which book will be better to learn as weel as exam point of view?
    During exams which book do you reffer?


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    Mc cleod is good...


    Hutchison's also is good, but i find it too bulky compared to Mccleod!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asrafee View Post
    Mc cleod is good...


    Hutchison's also is good, but i find it too bulky compared to Mccleod!
    From which book do you read and which as reference?

    Hutchison's is bulky?i have this e-book version..around 500 pages only.

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    I read from Macleod, i use hutchison as ref!

    Try Macleod, you'll see!


    This is the book!

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    Post Macleod or Hutchison

    I ALWAYS LIKE Macleod AS IT IS MORE FRIENDLY SYSTEMATIC N ORGANISED.HUTCHISON, I ALSO READ BUT AS REFERENCE.

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    i will advice u 2 read macleods but exam point of view have 2 read hutchinson
    because in exam any referance u qoute it has 2 be from hutchinson
    and there few controversies in method of examination in macleod &hutch
    so u better follow hutchinson for u r final exam

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    i read de gowins, it's also a great book, you may want to consider this. FYI, i'm not familiar with all the books you're saying (save for bates, which is a crappy book anyway!)

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    mcloeds is best

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    Palekar Is Damn Gud.. U Can Straight Away Answer Any Chalenging Question Asked By Examiner Too......

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    1.-bates basics
    2.-degowins medium
    3.-sapira's Pro

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