Brs Pathology (Board Review Series)
Arthur S. Schneider, Philip A. Szanto
Paperback: 412 pages
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins,US; 3Rev Ed edition (1 Dec 2005)
This top-selling title is now in its Second Edition. An excellent preparatory review for course exams or the USMLE step 1, the chapters parallel most standard pathology texts plus provide a review test at the end of each chapter. Topics covered include general and basic pathology, major concepts of disease processes, and systemic pathology surveying principal disorders of each organ system. A comprehensive examination at the end of the book contains 500 questions in USMLE format. New features include key associations throughout the text that emphasize " High-Yield information for the USMLE review and a new chapter entitled interpretation of diagnostic tests (laboratory statistics)'¨[/quote]
[quote]Excellent as an overview for school and as a review USMLE 1., December 5, 1998
Reviewer: A reader from Canton, Ohio
This book provides a good outline of pathology by organ systems. Useful as an overview of pathology for medical school classes, and tremendously helpful for Step 1 of the USMLE. #This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. [/quote]
[quote]A great review text; very complete., April 3, 1998
Reviewer: [email protected] from Thunderbolt, Georgia, USA
Like other review texts in this series, the pathology review is authored in a language and style which is easy for the medical student, resident, or physician to follow, covering the basics of pathology while extending its subject matter into areas and diseases often neglected by textbooks and reviews. As an academic subject and a clinical science, pathology is often a bane to medical students and others who must study it as part of their formal biomedical education, and books such as this one offer a good starting point for diving into this vast subject. As pathology covers a variety of systems and organs as well as variety of diseases, the information in any pathology text must be complete yet concise and easy to find as a reference. The information presented in this review also includes very recent research findings, something that is more often than not missing from many pathology textbooks, even when they are of a recent edition. Most of all, this review is exactly that: a review of importent pathological information, and it presents this information in a manner that is as concise as possible given the amount of ground it has to cover within its pages. The visual layout and design of this text is also quite interesting and effective, an aspect of publishing that too many medical texts neglect. #This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.[/quote]
Denne Bog er Genial
Har du prøvet at læse i rubins essential, og blevet forvirret.
Mangler du noget systematisk?
Denne bog omhandler almen og special patologi, er på 400sider.
Den er genieal til at repiterer efter.
Det er en review bog, hvor du finder ud af hvor meget du ved, eller ikke ved.
Den er opbygget, med information om emnet, dernæst review spr. og til sidst en god of fyldig besvarelse på review spr.
Jeg læser selv Basic Patology, fra Kumar, Cotran, Robbins, isbn: 0721692745
og bruger denne bog, for at se hvad jeg mangler, eller ikke kan huske.
…og så koster den kun omkring 250kr…