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Old 09-29-2012, 07:08 PM   #122
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The medical reference books I am referring to are true reference books, lots of chemical compounds, study results, dosing tables, insertion and origin points, etc. books that are nearly a thousand pages with zero pictures. Medical books with lots of illustrations are mostly student books and not used on a daily basis. There are a few exceptions like the PDR which has photos of the drugs for visual comparison, but those are the exceptions.
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