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Default Studying Neuro for step 1, which is the best book?

I am trying to decide between:

High Yield Neuroanatomy

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Clinical Neuroanatomy made ridiculously easy


Has anyone owned both? Is one better over the other?

My Neuro is very weak.
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I read Kaplan for Neuro and I loved this book. If you have decided to read any of these two books then go for High-Yield Neuroanatomy. But for me Kaplan was enough.

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Originally Posted by Avicenna04 View Post
I am trying to decide between:

High Yield Neuroanatomy

And

Clinical Neuroanatomy made ridiculously easy


Has anyone owned both? Is one better over the other?

My Neuro is very weak.
M pretty much sure you dont need anything else other than Kaplan and UW. Keep it simple. Watch videos if you are lacking in confidence.
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