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    Question ?The best internal medicine textbook?

    Which textbook of internal medicine has an comprehensive approach integrating physiology,pathophysiology and internal medicine.
    I am looking for the textbook that is primarily of internal medicine but also has basic sciences that underpin each system(cardiovascular,respiratory,endocrine...).
    I am bored of learning from clinical books and then having to make cross-references in other books(books of basic sciences).
    Is there an internal medical textbook that has it all and is easy to read?
    What would you recommend?

    --Thanx to all suggestionS!--
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    Well..i think that is the bes internal medicine text book is harrison's...it is always having the best sales ever..
    u can see it on this link..the whole book is available i think for free.
    http://www.easymedicine.net/harrisons/

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    Junior Member mercury's Avatar
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    Except Harrisons?

    I know Harrisons is great but, but is there any other(more concise)?
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    harrison's is widely known as the best. is there a baby harrison's?
    Final Year, Warwick Medical School
    enigmatic...

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    Question

    What do you think about 'Medicine' by Axford, Blackwell publishing?
    And 'Davidson's internal medicine'?
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