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تاريخ التسجيل: Aug 2007
الدولة: العراق - بغداد
الجنس : ذكر
الوظيفة: 6th Year - Medical Student
المشاركات: 124معدل تقييم المستوى: 89
Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry, 4th edition
(Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews Series)
by Pamela C Champe, Richard A Harvey, Denise R Ferrier
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Number Of Pages: 528
Publication Date: 2007-07-01
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0781769604
ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780781769600
Thoroughly updated for its Fourth Edition, Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry enables students to quickly review, assimilate, and integrate large amounts of complex information by utilizing powerful visual resources that deliver the focus and clarification needed for mastery of difficult biochemical concepts. Its signature outline format, full-color illustrations, and end-of-chapter summaries and USMLE-style review questions make it one of the most user-friendly books in the field.
Summary: Superb...In every Way
1. Wonderfully written in a lucid and point-of-fact manner w/minimal fluff.
2. The correlations are clearly laid out and a must for sensing the overall picture.
3. Fantastic diagrams and there are plenty of them.
4. Entire text is also accessible online which is very important for me because I can cut and paste the stuff and further abridge the contents of the book.
5. Easily readable from cover to cover.....and doing so multiple times is a really good way to encompass the entire width of the subject.
6. Very succinct chapter reviews at the end of each chapter which would satisfy the USMLE Step 1 needs I would think.
I for one am using this for my med-school biochem class and it is a veritable feast of biochem knowledge w/o being mentally bludgeoned by our prescribed text at AUC which is Lehninger.
I only wish the authors were able to write an entire textbook. A bridge between Lehninger and this guide. I for one would buy it in a heart-beat.
Thank you Dr's. Harvey, Champe and Ferrier...a superb and well executed effort.
Summary: nice book
this book is good for fast review before USMLE. biochemistry should be learnd from Devlin.
Summary: Great book for biochem not so much for the boards
For those who like pictures along with their text, this book is great. Even though biochemistry is a detailed subject this book is not too weighed down in details and will allow you to understand the material fairly well. However, I stared to turn to it more as a reference than a main source. This may be because I thought that it was not calibrated appropriately for the usmle. It seems to be written more for a biochemistry class. It lacks in clinical correlations, the ability to be quickly reviewed, and there are precious few questions to get down the material at the end of each chapter. One feature that was nice, however, was a summary section at the end of each chapter. It is definitely not a comprehensive summary, but it does allow a quick summary of good things to know. All in all, a good book to have with you, but not the best source for the boards.
Summary: Awesome, Awesome, Awesome...
I absolutely love the Lippincott illustrated reviews series and this book continues that great tradition. The book is so well written with the perfect amount of detail. When you read these books you don't feel like your studying. The pictures are amazing and really help solidify the concepts. I highly recommend this book for any health professional. Biochem can be a duanting subject and this book greatly simplifies it!
I am a first year mature age medical student with a bit of biochemistry under my belt and with several other degrees completed in the past. I have read through dozens of weighty tomes in my lifetime and this is one of the best I have come across in any discipline.
This book goes into more detail than is perhaps required in first year medicine. However, I found it worth trying to read through because I find biochem one of those subjects where its difficult to just have a simplified explanation of things, sometimes the gaps in a simplified text mean nothing makes sense at all. In that case you may as well have put in the extra time to get the full story.
I found this book well laid out with excellent diagrams that sum up important relationships in biochem in a very accessible way. Unlike some review format books this one maintained a thread of explanation and I did not find myself becoming lost despite the complexity of the subject.
In all one of the best laid out effective, and clear textbooks Ive ever come across in many years of studies.
CHM in 135 MB rar
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