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Mahmoud Gamal
Mahmoud Gamal15 days ago

What is the best book of pediatric defferential diagnosis ??

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13 days ago

I would recommend Differential diagnosis in Pediatrics( including color atlas) from Suraj Gupte 6th edition + Differential diagnosis in Pediatrics by Nedunchelian year 2019. Hope that helps. Good luck :-)

12 days ago

Thank you

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