Anatomy :lasts's anatomy,Snell's clinical anatomy.
Biochemistry :harper's biochemistry and lippincott's at times.
Histology- difore and Medical histology by dr.Liaq Siddique
Embryology :Langman's of corse
Internal Medicine -
Biochem...one CAN pass it just by following lippinoctt but it doesnt work so well usually. in 1st yr, Mustaq's biochem serves the purpose well ( but to get more than just passing, one must go to Harper too,at least to some extent) but in 2ndyr, Harper is a MUST, to do something really good in the written exam as well as in the viva.:happy:For those medical students in Pakistan...how did you pass a biochem exam buy just reading Lippincott? Impossible.....And is this Sherwood character really better than Guyton?Guyton v. Ganong? Opinions?Laiq Hussain is my principal....he wrote the GA/Embryo/Histo books that people usually use in Punjab...imagine my vivas with him......oh it was terrible.Langhman divides the evolution differently than paki books (Laiq or Mumtaz)..on exams we get asked what happened specifically in each week 3..4..ect...if you read langhman you can't answer that. What do you guys think abt "shortcut" books?
This is basically the best combination. For anatomy you can also use Richard Snell's Clinical Anatomy for Medical Students, and for Forensics also there's Naseeb Awan and Parikh's Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence.Anatomy : keith L moore and bd churasiya plus Mcminn and Netter`s atlas
Physiology: Guyton and Ganong
Biochem: Harper and Lipincott
Histology: Laeeq Hussain
Embryo: keith L Morre
phama: katzung text,review and Lipincott
Microbio: Jawetz(or levinson)
Forensic: Umar Khan
Community medicine: Naveed Sarwar and park review(i hate this subject)