Clinical Physiology Made Ridiculously Simple Paperback – Jul 1 2010
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About the Author
The Made Ridiculously Simple Series was founded by Stephen Goldberg. A graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, he subsequently trained in Neurology, becoming Board Certified in Ophthalmology and Family Medicine.
As a faculty member at the University of Miami School of Medicine, both in the Family Medicine and Cell Biology/Anatomy Departments, he has been involved in the education of medical students and residents for the past 25 years. Dr. Goldberg has received the George Paff Award for Teaching Excellence at the University of Miami School of Medicine eleven times since its inception in 1985.
He has authored a number of titles in the MedMaster series and has worked with other authors in an editorial capacity. His first book, Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple has sold over 300,000 English edition copies.
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But I have compared the 1st edition and 2nd edition and is the same book word for word only difference is new edition has 146 pages and old one has 147 pages, and this is because they have made the size of some of the images smaller this way more text fit in the page.
DO NOT SPEND $19 get used 1st edition for $6 dollars.
I almost forgot another difference is as you can see 2nd has a yellow cover still not worth $13 for yellow paint.
To the other reviewers, please keep in mind that this book does not set out to be a replacement textbook or as a resource for your review, this is meant exclusively as just a quick rundown of physiology. Do not expect this to be comprehensive at all; this book is about the major concepts and for most people, that is enough to finally break the barrier of understanding and not understanding the concepts.