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View Poll Results: Best Neuroanatomy Review Book for USMLE Step 1?
High-Yield Neuroanatomy 110
Kaplan Lecture Notes Anatomy Book 54
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple 7
Deja Review Neuroscience 3
Neuroscience at a Glance 2
BRS Neuroanatomy 12
Elsevier's Integrated Neuroscience 6
Rapid Review Neuroscience 4
Neuroanatomy (Blumenfeld, Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases) 6
USMLE Road Map Neuroscience 14
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Default Best Neuroanatomy Book for USMLE Step 1

Post and Poll Options were last updated on December 27th, 2013.

In this poll we vote for the Best Neuroanatomy book specific for the USMLE Step 1 Exam.

Choice of Books Listed in the Poll
  • You will notice that larger textbooks of anatomy and neuroanatomy are not listed here, we are voting for those books that are specifically useful in the USMLE prep.
  • The books listed above are useful for Med school students during their med school years as well as graduates who are preparing for the step 1 exam.
  • Books that have only questions with no review content are not listed. Similarly Flashcards are not listed.
  • Books that are outdated (8 years or older) and that do not have updated editions also get removed from the poll, their votes are also deleted in the process.
  • If we have missed a Neuroanatomy Review book, please post about it in the mainstream Step 1 Forum and we'll add it to this poll.
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You will also notice that we move away or delete replies to this thread. This is because we want the focus on the poll above rather than discussion and comments. You can always check our Neuroanatomy Tag Link for discussions about everything related to Neuroanatomy prep and books for the step 1 exam.

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Please do not vote if you haven't used any of the books above. Artificial inflation of votes by book authors publishers will be detected and removed. Votes that are older than 18 months are automatically deleted.

Why books are linked in the poll options?
Book links are periodically updated to the latest editions and will take you to Amazon pages where you can purchase those books. Books that are not available in Amazon cannot be listed.

To find out about other Best Books for USMLE Review, please check our Best Books Page. In that page you will also find list of latest editions.

Note) Some publishers include neuroanatomy in their general anatomy books. These books are not listed.

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