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View Poll Results: Best Gross Anatomy Book for USMLE Step 1?
Case Files: Gross Anatomy 13
USMLE Road Map: Gross Anatomy 20
High-Yield Gross Anatomy 79
Elsevier's Integrated Anatomy and Embryology 3
Crash Course (US): Anatomy 3
Rapid Review Gross and Developmental Anatomy 6
Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple 9
Anatomy: Review for USMLE Step 1 8
Appleton & Lange Review of Anatomy 5
Concepts in Gross Anatomy 5
Anatomy for USMLE exam 4
Netter's Clinical Anatomy 18
BRS Gross Anatomy 33
Anatomy Recall 4
Kaplan Lecture Notes - Anatomy 105
Gross Anatomy: The Big Picture 3
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Default Best Anatomy Book for USMLE Step 1

In this thread we vote for the Best Gross Anatomy Review Book for the USMLE step 1.
Unlike the best comprehensive review books for USMLE Step 1, you can choose only one option here as it's unlikely you relied on more than one book in your preparation.
If you know of other books that are useful for Gross Anatomy preparation for the USMLE step 1 please post your reply and we'll add it to the poll options.
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Hmmm
It's nobody is winning in this poll
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I think you forgot the most important of Anatomy texts, Keith L. Moore Gross anatomy, its longer than most, but truly an AMAAAAZING textbook, I don't need to review any anatomy after i got done with that and made my own notes.....its soooo clinically oriented!
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I think you forgot the most important of Anatomy texts, Keith L. Moore Gross anatomy, its longer than most, but truly an AMAAAAZING textbook, I don't need to review any anatomy after i got done with that and made my own notes.....its soooo clinically oriented!
Dear Dr_Kal_El,
The list of books in this poll include USMLE-oriented books in a short high yield format. We intentionally left big textbooks such as Moore's, Gray's, and Netter's.
Please let us know if you think these textbooks should be included in this poll.
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Thumbs Up Netter's Clinical Anatomy

Ok. I have read almost half of Netter's Clinical Anatomy, but I must say that I love those pictures. Clear pictures and explanations. The most important structures written in bold font. I was surprised how good were the embryology pictures of this title. I found BRS embryology (a bit long) very helpful, but pictures weren't so good.

I haven't been this eager to read anatomy ever.
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I'm reviewing Anatomy from Kaplan Lecture Notes and Kaplan Videos. I'm also planning to review Case Files Anatomy. Is this a good idea?
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I'm reviewing Anatomy from Kaplan Lecture Notes and Kaplan Videos. I'm also planning to review Case Files Anatomy. Is this a good idea?
Yeah, that sounds a great idea
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so is kaplan anatomy enough for the exam or do we HAVE to refer to other books too?
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i am studying Kaplan lecture notes for gross anatomy. do i have to go for high yield gross anatomy as well? any one please ? what my information is gross anatomy by Kaplan high yield for neuro embro and histology .
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i am studying Kaplan lecture notes for gross anatomy. do i have to go for high yield gross anatomy as well? any one please ? what my information is gross anatomy by Kaplan high yield for neuro embro and histology .
No you don't need it, Kaplan is enough.
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Default Anatomy step 1...any help???

I am going to start gross anatomy tomorrow and I cant quite figure out the best source...I saw kaplan and I didnt like it ...any help out there given that I dont have any videos..thanx a lot
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Kiko,

I like Kaplan gross anatomy, but do not like Kaplan . so if you do not have any video, you did not miss much.

I suggest high yield gross anatomy and high yield neuroanatomy, which is what I am using right now.
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thanx a lot usluipek,
do you think high yield is enough ? becasue I wont have any time to read from another source as this will be my only source.. I personally think high yield is a great book.
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Hi, Kiko,

I have not taken the test so I can not say for sure.

I plan to just stick to HY and then do Kaplan Q bank and U world. I think this combination is enough.

good luck and all the best
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Default Hi There

Hi Guys.
I'm doing right now gross anatomy.
I'm watching David Seiden videos - i like it very much. than i just read through lecture note book. But than I read High Yield Gross anatomy by Ronald Dudek. this guy is a contributor of KLN gross anatomy.
if Kaplan anatomy is not enough for you i advise you to do both books parallel.
at first I watch videos - than lecture notes - than High Yield book.
if you will study approximately 6-7 hours a day you'll be ready in 10 days.

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Default Hi all

Hi all

As I was looking at your posts, most of us believe that kaplan is comprehensive and complete but studying anatomy from it, is a little boring,

I have started probing between different anatomy books, and I had a look at recall anatomy, HY anatomy and BRS anatomy

I found HY anatomy superior in compare with other books, regarding to its more photos and illustrates

As we know the materials in all USMLE books are highly similar, so I think we shouldn't worry about it, and we could opt the one that makes us satisfied and is more effective in learning concepts.

Thanks for your time, and I really appreciate any comments about other books.

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after i skim some chapters from Rapid Review i found it is more much better than HY ...

HY although it contains a very good clinical correlation with "well chosen" x-ray, CT & MRI photos, it is too dense and more directed to surgrey than to basic anatomy.... moreover the gross anatomy is highly detailed and boring ! but it is not a mistake to do the clinical section alone.... in addition to another book which is Rapid Review...

Rapid Review is a great combination between Clinical Embryo and Anatomy without excessive details .... great clinical correlations with good x-ray, CT & some MRI images.... and the most important thing that you don't need to go & search for additional Atlas becase many "High-Yeild" colored images are included from Netter's Atlas & another Atlases....

So i decided for Anatomy & Embrgo to do RR + some clinical correlations from HY....

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I think all books are nice
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hey guys...i'm a second year medical student and i'm about to start anatomy classes in my school...what book do you think i need in order to focus on the high-yield staff of this lesson?i plan to study for the anatomy section of step 1 along with the lessons....do you think high-yield gross anatomy is the best choise?the material we use in my school is gray's anatomy but i also have moore's clinical anatomy....

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RR Gross and Developmental Anatomy works really well for me!
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RR Gross and Developmental Anatomy works really well for me!
RR Gross and Developmental Anatomy has about the same content with high-yield gross anatomy right?
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Anatomy aint that HY on the STEP 1 from what many people say,and many times its tied into a Pathology question.

First Aid should be good enough with UWORLD. Kaplan Anatomy is good as well.

BRS Anatomy is like 400 pages and in my opinion absolutely absurd.
If you REALLY want a "board prep anatomy guide" go with HY Anatomy, it has around 150 pages.
What kind of school starts anatomy in 2nd year!!??
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Anatomy aint that HY on the STEP 1 from what many people say,and many times its tied into a Pathology question.

First Aid should be good enough with UWORLD. Kaplan Anatomy is good as well.

BRS Anatomy is like 400 pages and in my opinion absolutely absurd.
If you REALLY want a "board prep anatomy guide" go with HY Anatomy, it has around 150 pages.
What kind of school starts anatomy in 2nd year!!??
my medical school is 6 years...and quite thorough in anatomy...we have 3 semesters of anatomy...
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All books have their own strengths and weaknesses. It also depends a lot on the person and his needs/likes. There's a list of recommended usmle review books at the back of First Aid. Choose from the A's and A+'s there and then go to Amazon.com, see the inside of the book, and read the reviews.

These are the books I've seen throughout the years (mainly for my comprehensive exams in my last year of med school and local board exams):

USMLE Road Map Gross Anatomy - I used this book for my local boards and I like it very much. But it's heavy compared to High Yield. That's why I just don't recommend it for the usmle esp for those who have used Kaplan already. It's more on the clinical side which is good for the usmle. However, you need to supplement this with another book (atlas) to orient yourself with the anatomical structures. There are also end-of-chapter questions which I find useful.

Netter's Atlas (Pocket Book) - I'm just mentioning this bec this is the one I used to supplement usmle Road Map during my first reading of Road Map. After my first read, I didn't feel the need to go back to this book. There's a brief description/caption for the color plates which I find very useful. There are no captions on the Netter Big Atlas so I was glad to find them in the pocket book Netter.

High Yield Gross Anatomy - Very easy read. Good supplement to Kaplan books for the usmle.

Anatomy Recall - Straight-forward anatomy Q&A. There's an available accompanying audio version. I bought this mainly for "recall" and for the audio. However, I haven't been able to use it. Maybe bec. I found better books. It's currently collecting dust in my shelf.

Case Files Gross Anatomy - My roommate bought this bec. we thought we would remember anatomy better if it's case-oriented. However, I have seen better Case Files Series books like in Surgery. In CF Gross Anatomy, I felt that the book wasn't very well written or didn't live up to its surgery counterpart -- I forgot exactly why I didn't stick with it. My roommate and I reviewed with usmle Road Map instead.

Snell's Clinical Anatomy Review Book - This book is very popular in my country bec. urban legend has it that the examiners take questions from this book. The urban legend turned out to be a... legend. Anyway, this is heavy on the gross anatomical structures and less on the clinical part. This maybe a good summary to your basic sciences in Med school but it doesn't help that much for the usmle.

Kaplan Anatomy - Why not just stick with this book. Problem-solved! This is a time-tested book. It contains histology, gross anatomy, embryo, and neuroanatomy. There are also a bit about CT scans, etc. Pretty good deal for me.
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All books have their own strengths and weaknesses. ......Pretty good deal for me.
thank you very much...that was quite helpful...
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RR Gross and Developmental Anatomy has about the same content with high-yield gross anatomy right?
I think so. I haven't compared all of the book though.
It is about 300 pages and contains Embryology as well- so I don't think it is too much. It has some great pictures from netters and a few other books. I don't own Netter's, so it is perfect.
Also, there are online usmle consult questions, but I haven't tried those yet.
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med school anatomy is different from step 1 anatomy
my med school studied every little detail of anatomy, it was tedious memorization

but now prepping for the step, i see i dont need atleast 30-40% of that knowledge because the steps are more conceptual.

study hard in school and get your grades, dont worry about anatomy for the step. you'll come to see whats required for the step is different than whats required for your school.
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All books have their own strengths and weaknesses........
Nice informative post! Did you by any chance do med school in the Philippines? I have a friend from there who told me almost the exact same things regarding USMLE Road Map Anatomy, Snell's Review book, and Kaplan Anatomy notes
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Nice informative post! Did you by any chance do med school in the Philippines? I have a friend from there who told me almost the exact same things regarding USMLE Road Map Anatomy, Snell's Review book, and Kaplan Anatomy notes
Yep! I'm from the Phil.
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is kaplan ln and high yield neuro and embryo enuff to prepare for the step? thanks
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I would like to know which edition out of all 4 High Yield Gross Anatomy you think will prepare you the best? I've read somewhere that the 3/4th editions contain a lot of low yield info. Are 1st/2nd enough to do well on USMLE? Thanks
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whats the best anatomy book to study from, if you just got into med school?
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big picture anatomy is good and placed between review books and text books. can go thorough it if you have time.
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big picture anatomy is good and placed between review books and text books. can go thorough it if you have time.
thank you Albert! I found it and added it to my collection! cheers!
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I just got through the Histology portion of Kaplan Anatomy. Didn't score so well on the Histo UWorld test. Should I be supplementing this with another book?
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here we read chaurasia for anatomy.
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Hi,
I have started studying anatomy from kaplan but I found kaplan video not so good.Do i need to study from some where else or kaplan is enough?plz suggest
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Can I ask you what have you done for the anatomy, I am exactly in your situation and I do need your help.
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Hi, how would you evaluate Anatomy: an Essential Textbook by Gilroy for step 1? Has anyone studied/revised it for the step? It seems much better than high yield anatomy, and it isn't even much larger. It has an A- in FA list of books and brs isn't even listed there..
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Kaplan is so detailed I'm wondering if it is too much information
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For Neuroanatomy?
which book to refer?
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Anatomy, I have been told Kaplan is good enough plus with the videos
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how many days did everyone spend on gross anat? roughly how many questions have you heard come on this subject
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kaplan is not bad
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I have Kaplan gross anatomy. Are other books necessary?
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I have the same question. Can anyone answer this??
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Thanks!!!!!!
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Kaplan and FA are enough.
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Useful Info. Thanks!
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Anatomy isn't very high yield. Stick to first aid.
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This Poll is useless. Pick 1 of the top 3. If you get an anatomy question wrong, learning everything in that section. Didn't know it was the axillary nerve? learn the entire brachial plexus. Trust me, its all about the nerves for step 1

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In this thread we vote for the Best Gross Anatomy Review Book for the USMLE step 1.
Unlike the best comprehensive review books for USMLE Step 1, you can choose only one option here as it's unlikely you relied on more than one book in your preparation.
If you know of other books that are useful for Gross Anatomy preparation for the USMLE step 1 please post your reply and we'll add it to the poll options.
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I am looking for this kind of post. You satisfied me a lot.
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Good books, thanks for the list
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