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I have to choose between these two books as an additional reference. Does anyone have opinions about either of them?

 

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th ed

Cecil Medicine, 24th ed

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I have to choose between these two books as an additional reference. Does anyone have opinions about either of them?

 

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th ed

Cecil Medicine, 24th ed

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I have to choose between these two books as an additional reference. Does anyone have opinions about either of them?

 

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th ed

Cecil Medicine, 24th ed

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Harrison's is a great reference that I used on occasion during my didactic year when I really needed to dive deep into something and wasn't understanding it from my other sources. Worth the money? I don't know... it was a gift, or I probably would not have bought it. The two volumes weigh as much as a toddler. Maybe I'll crack them again studying for the PANCE.

 

No experience with the other.

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Harrison's is a great reference that I used on occasion during my didactic year when I really needed to dive deep into something and wasn't understanding it from my other sources. Worth the money? I don't know... it was a gift, or I probably would not have bought it. The two volumes weigh as much as a toddler. Maybe I'll crack them again studying for the PANCE.

 

No experience with the other.

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The debate which you are about to start on this topic threatens to be as epic as Ford vs. Chevy, Glock vs. Beretta, PC vs. MAC, and assistant vs. associate...

 

Both are the classiscs and both are fine.

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The debate which you are about to start on this topic threatens to be as epic as Ford vs. Chevy, Glock vs. Beretta, PC vs. MAC, and assistant vs. associate...

 

Both are the classiscs and both are fine.

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Never read Harrison's, I've used Cecil's (more like greenwood as a referenece to help fill in ALL details not included in CMDT). Not light reading, but very good ;)

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Never read Harrison's, I've used Cecil's (more like greenwood as a referenece to help fill in ALL details not included in CMDT). Not light reading, but very good ;)

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