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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tomiwaaa(m): 11:11pm On Nov 26
congratulations.... I am really happy for you...
pls can you send me your WhatsApp digits I want to ask you some questions please.. I am an
ijmbite too... hoping to apply for MBBS in unilorin next year after my ijmb exams....
thanks in advance and congratulations once again....

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mohammedekete(m): 7:20am On Nov 27
Lagusta:


Yeah, I believe dental students go thru anatomy, physiology, pathology, maybe biochem and pharm shaaa...

They surely won't do O&G, paediatrics and others... They concentrate on dental surgery, dentistry, dental pathology and stuff like that...

Finally, its just 5yrs, not 6yrs like med school
check your assertions well...especially number of years
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Kimzylove(f): 9:12am On Nov 27
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Kaycy10: 11:15am On Nov 27
Good Morning Docs. I want to get some info about MBBS in uniabuja. Pls can I get contact of anyone who got admission through D.E? Thank you
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Bobola07(m): 12:33pm On Nov 27
Mohammedekete:
check your assertions well...especially number of years
It had already been clarified. He probably made that guess because his school (unilorin) does not offer Dentistry

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TONYE001(m): 2:26pm On Nov 27
Kaycy10:
Good Morning Docs. I want to get some info about MBBS in uniabuja. Pls can I get contact of anyone who got admission through D.E? Thank you

Hello...
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Kaycy10: 3:08pm On Nov 27
TONYE001:

Hello...
Good Afternoon Sir Tony. Pls can I have ur number? thank you.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TONYE001(m): 4:32pm On Nov 27
Kaycy10:


Good Afternoon Sir Tony. Pls can I have ur number? thank you.

Hello, good afternoon.

I'm careful about putting my number in the open. Kindly send a PM, please.

Or, perhaps your question may benefit others. Why dont you just ask it? Your choice.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 5:04pm On Nov 28
Lagusta:


Six years I thought it was 5yrs faa!!!

Well, we are still doctors shaa, dentist or medic

Your assertion is wrong! Dental students don't only do dental or oral pathology, they do general medicine, general surgery, general pathology and pharmacology together with medical students which carry the same mark and grade. They don't do community medicine, O & G and Paediatrics. That's for 1st degree.

Then in residency, residents in oral & maxillofacial surgery will still rotate through internal medicine, ENT, plastic surgery, at times ophthalmology, and general surgery plus some dental subspecialties..

Oral pathology residents will rotate through internal medicine, general pathology plus some dental subspecialties.

Oral medicine residents will still rotate through general pathology and internal medicine plus some dental subspecialties..

Oral radiology residents will still rotate through internal medicine, general radiology plus some dental subspecialties.

I don't know about periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics and prosthodontics.

Besides, Dentistry is a SIX- YEAR course in Nigeria.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by coolxpaul(m): 7:02pm On Nov 28
Medics in d house,greetins oo.Jx gain admissn 2 UI.Av been followin dis thread 4rm page 1,on page 40 now.2dy is ur broda's bday,celebrate him oo

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Lovedayy: 7:07pm On Nov 28
Mandeyy:


Your assertion is wrong! Dental students don't only do dental or oral pathology, they do general medicine, general surgery, general pathology and pharmacology together with medical students which carry the same mark and grade. They don't do community medicine, O & G and Paediatrics. That's for 1st degree.

Then in residency, residents in oral & maxillofacial surgery will still rotate through internal medicine, ENT, plastic surgery, at times ophthalmology, and general surgery plus some dental subspecialties..

Oral pathology residents will rotate through internal medicine, general pathology plus some dental subspecialties.

Oral medicine residents will still rotate through general pathology and internal medicine plus some dental subspecialties..

Oral radiology residents will still rotate through internal medicine, general radiology plus some dental subspecialties.

I don't know about periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics and prosthodontics.

Besides, Dentistry is a SIX- YEAR course in Nigeria.

Chill man, that post was made in 2012... I'm sure everyone knows the right thing now - this is 2018.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ximenez(m): 10:22am On Nov 29
Good morning, please is it true that Last's Anatomy by Chummy Sinnatamby is too complex for undergraduate use? That's what I've been hearing, i already have the book but i just want to confirm from people with experience to know if i should buy Keith Moore with it, thanks.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Oriks93: 10:25am On Nov 29
kingjms010:


Really? Please from which school did you have your first degree and which school admitted you through DE?
First degree uniport
DE ndu
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Avraham: 3:07pm On Nov 29
I heard one can't practice as a general dentist in this but must do residency. Like residency is a must.
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by charleymed(m): 7:49pm On Nov 29
Ximenez:
Good morning, please is it true that Last's Anatomy by Chummy Sinnatamby is too complex for undergraduate use? That's what I've been hearing, i already have the book but i just want to confirm from people with experience to know if i should buy Keith Moore with it, thanks.
No. It's complex but not too complex for undergraduate. This is definitely the best textbook of human anatomy around. I read it and got a distinction in anatomy, right even before viva. It's a great book. If you think you can't use, then go for gray's anatomy, the student version. It's another great book that many do not know about.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Lovedayy: 9:18pm On Nov 29
charleymed:

No. It's complex but not too complex for undergraduate. This is definitely the best textbook of human anatomy around. I read it and got a distinction in anatomy, right even before viva. It's a great book. If you think you can't use, then go for gray's anatomy, the student version. It's another great book that many do not know about.

Did you combine it with any other text/atlas?
If you did, kindly specify.. Thanks.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by charleymed(m): 10:41pm On Nov 29
Lovedayy:


Did you combine it with any other text/atlas?
If you did, kindly specify.. Thanks.
I didn't combine, but I also read gray's, and the clinical boxes in Richard snells. Last is very sufficient, it contains many things not found in other text. It's best for, the limbs, thorax and abdomen. Head and neck is also cool but very complex, but neuro. You need a different book.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by charleymed(m): 10:42pm On Nov 29
Lovedayy:


Did you combine it with any other text/atlas?
If you did, kindly specify.. Thanks.
I didn't use atlas most of the time, because I was trying to improve on my imaginative abilities, and it worked out.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ajet001(m): 12:25am On Nov 30
charleymed:
I didn't use atlas most of the time, because I was trying to improve on my imaginative abilities, and it worked out.
Cool! cheesy cheesy
So summarily, you combined Last's Anatomy with Gray's and settled for Snell's Neuroanatomy.

But here in my school the recommended text is Keith Moore for Gross anatomy,
In fact everyone has it.
What do you think about this? wink


Mr Lovedayy I saw what you did there. lipsrsealed
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Dymaco(m): 12:54am On Nov 30
chukwukapromise:

Still around baba at the top..
which school are you in?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Lovedayy: 5:41am On Nov 30
Ajet001:

Cool! cheesy cheesy
So summarily, you combined Last's Anatomy with Gray's and settled for Snell's Neuroanatomy.

But here in my school the recommended text is Keith Moore for Gross anatomy,
In fact everyone has it.
What do you think about this? wink


Mr Lovedayy I saw what you did there. lipsrsealed

Lol... What's up with you na? The strike sha.....
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Lovedayy: 5:44am On Nov 30
I don't know if anyone here has heard of Netter's clinical anatomy(not the atlas) cos no one ever mentions it..
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Lovedayy: 5:46am On Nov 30
charleymed:
I didn't combine, but I also read gray's, and the clinical boxes in Richard snells. Last is very sufficient, it contains many things not found in other text. It's best for, the limbs, thorax and abdomen. Head and neck is also cool but very complex, but neuro. You need a different book.

Thanks

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by charleymed(m): 8:47am On Nov 30
Ajet001:

Cool! cheesy cheesy
So summarily, you combined Last's Anatomy with Gray's and settled for Snell's Neuroanatomy.

But here in my school the recommended text is Keith Moore for Gross anatomy,
In fact everyone has it.
What do you think about this? wink


Mr Lovedayy I saw what you did there. lipsrsealed
There is nothing wrong with using a book that's different from what everyone in your school uses. The most important thing is to know your stuff.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ximenez(m): 9:39am On Nov 30
charleymed:
There is nothing wrong with using a book that's different from what everyone in your school uses. The most important thing is to know your stuff.
Thanks bro. I have the soft copy for Keith Moore and Gray and hard copy for Last's.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by chukwukapromise(m): 9:52am On Nov 30
Dymaco:

which school are you in?
Unique university of Port Harcourt
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ajet001(m): 3:39pm On Nov 30
charleymed:
There is nothing wrong with using a book that's different from what everyone in your school uses. The most important thing is to know your stuff.
You're right Dr.

What do you have to say as regards Biochemistry and Physiology ?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ajet001(m): 3:41pm On Nov 30
Ximenez:
Thanks bro. I have the soft copy for Keith Moore and Gray and hard copy for Last's.
Guy clam down ooo angry lipsrsealed lipsrsealed undecided

Only you? grin grin
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ajet001(m): 3:43pm On Nov 30
Lovedayy:
I don't know if anyone here has heard of Netter's clinical anatomy(not the atlas) cos no one ever mentions it..
I'm only aware of the Atlas
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ximenez(m): 3:48pm On Nov 30
Ajet001:

Guy clam down ooo angry lipsrsealed lipsrsealed undecided

Only you? grin grin
I don't intend to use all, I'll just pick the suitable one(s) as lectures progresses.

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