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Books for RCSIans

In RCSI on August 14, 2008 at 1:34 pm

Books, books, books, medical students cant run away from books. This is some suggestion of books that might be useful for you guys.

Q: I am a first year medical student in RCSI. But I don’t know what books should be brought. Could you please help me?

A: I will list down all books that are widely used among Malaysians.

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Atlas of Human Anatomy, Professional Edition by Frank H. Netter or

Atlas of Human Anatomy: With (Netter Basic Science) by Frank H. Netter

Monkhouse Clinical Anatomy

Monkhouse Clinical Anatomy

Clinical Anatomy by Stanley Monkhouse

Langman Embriology

Langman Embriology

Langman’s Medical Embryology by T. W. Sadler

Textbook of Medical Physiology by Arthur C. Guyton and John E. Hall

Lippincot Biochemistry

Lippincot Biochemistry

Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry by Pamela C Champe (Author), Richard A Harvey (Author), Denise R Ferrier (Author)

ALL books mentioned above can be found in OUR LIBRARY. However, the main source of study resources for RCSI students are from the RCSI Virtual Learning Environment or the “Moodle”. You can find all the lectures notes and all the stuff you need as RCSI students here (but, you need to have RCSI email address to log in)

RCSI Virtual Learning Enviroment

RCSI Virtual Learning Enviroment

If you are still having difficulties deciding what books to be purchased, do contact any seniors below:

Muhd. Faiz bin Mahayidin ( bro Mufaz)
YM :
Hp : 0148037104

Nadiah binti Zainal Abidin
YM :
Hp : 0195416585


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