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Best books for Surgery?

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  1. ztsk

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    Can you please tell me which book is best for surgery and emergency medicine as a medical student?
     

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    For surgery:
    big books u can use for reading subjects for the first time or as a reference:
    - Bailey & Love's Short Practice of Surgery, 26th Ed (2013 Taylor & Francis)
    - Schwartz's Principles of Surgery, 9th Ed (2010 McGraw-Hill): in my opinion it's the best, big, yet simple & concise.

    Small books u can use for a review:
    - Case Files - Surgery, 2nd Ed (2007 McGraw-Hill).
    - Deja Review - Surgery (2008 McGraw-Hill).
    - Abernathy's Surgical Secrets, Updated Edition (2004 Elsevier).
    - Surgical Recall, 6th Ed (2012 LWW).


    For Emergency medicine:
    - Oxford Handbook of Accident and Emergency Medicine.
    - Emergency Medicine - Diagnosis and Management, 6th Ed (2011 Hodder Arnold).
    - Case Files - Emergency Medicine (2005 McGraw-Hill).
    - Deja Review - Emergency Medicine (2008 McGraw-Hill): An excellent book for a rapid review.
     

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    Thank you very much friend
     

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