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Appleton & Lange's Review
for the Chiropractic National Boards, Pt. I


Linda W. Shanks (Editor)

Reviews the clinical science areas that are examined in the Chiropractic National Board Examination, Part I. The book presents sample questions, which are followed by explanations and references.

190 pages

Appleton & Lange's Review
for the Chiropractic National Boards, Pt. II


Linda W. Shanks (Editor)

This review is aimed at enabling chiropractic student in 4th year to tackle Part II (the most stringent of the three parts) of the National Chiropractic Board's examinations, although students of chiropractic in general will find it useful. Questions are laid out as in the examinations and detailed answers/explanations are supplied. The questions and answers are enhanced by X-ray diagrams and anatomical line drawings.

256 pages

Appleton & Lange's Review
for the Chiropractic Boards 3-4


by Jeannete B. Gibson

A reference for chiropractic students, featuring reader-friendly layout and a wealth of b&w drawings and diagrams. Section I is a clinical studies manual and includes a chapter for each topic on the National Boards Part 3. Topics are presented as facts organized into charts, tables, and checklists. Section II overviews the National Boards Part 4 and guides students on how to demonstrate and verbalize chiropractic techniques. Each entry is referenced to sources most commonly used in chiropractic colleges today.

288 pages

You may find other useful review texts in the CLINICAL section.   The CLINICAL Books section has many "must have" texts which cover many of the questions raised in National Boards.

The Merck Manual, 19th Edition

by Robert S. Porter (Editor)

This is serious stuff. The most widely used medical text in the world and the hypochondriac's bible, the Merck has the lowdown on the vast expanse of human diseases, disorders and injuries, as well as their symptoms and recommended therapy. It's intended for physicians and medical students, but though the type is tiny and the language technical, the Merck's a valuable volume for anyone with more than a passing interest in bodily ills.

3754 pages

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