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Davidson's Principles & Practice of Medicine

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The latest 20th Edition of Davidson's Principles & Practice of Medicine won the award for a New Edition of an Edited Textbook at the Royal Society of Medicine and Society of Authors 2007 Medical Book Awards. The award citation described the book as "Beautifully constructed with superb clarity of style - Davidson's continues to provide for students, doctors and other he ...more
Paperback, 1381 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Churchill Livingstone (first published June 1st 2006)
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Halah
o Chapter 24 Good and brief review of blood cells physiology ( but i skipped hemostasis - studied it from youtube* ) and investigation .

o Chapter 28 Tables of the laboratory results , i found that having a copy making while rounds helps memorizing them .

* Easy Coagulation Cascade (1 of 2) - Simple & easy to remember
Pirzha-Loves-Reading
I just changed the rating from 5 stars to 3 stars, as I'm reading more into the different systems, my head stars to hurt. It's unnecessarily detailed, and haphazard...
Zeinab Mustafa
Jun 19, 2010 Zeinab Mustafa added it
Recommends it for: لأي طالب طب عايز يعمل فيها دكتور :D
دعوات بقى يا شباب
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maram
Sep 06, 2011 maram rated it it was amazing
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it is the best !
Omar
Jul 15, 2013 Omar rated it it was amazing
I dont know what to say about this book
but as a selective reading for some system and whole reading of other systems
it was and it is still one of the best books about medicine
offcourse this is my view as medical doctor newly graduated I dont know about others
Tanvir Faysol
Dec 31, 2007 Tanvir Faysol rated it it was amazing
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An excellent book for all the medical professionals all over the world.
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The my best medical book, I enjoyed reading it
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تم بحمد الله :)
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I like this book u have created an easy way to read books
Israa Elyass
Aug 08, 2013 Israa Elyass rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm in love with this book ,
It's the reference of choice for all medical students and postgraduates.
Thanks to all who contributed to it.
zeinab
Aug 19, 2013 zeinab rated it it was amazing
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من اكبر وامتع الكتب اللى قريتها
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I like it but in some chapters I don't
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