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BiologyHuman Physiology 100% developedPre-Clinical Medicine (Basic Sciences)Medical Physiology 00%.svgBiochemistry 50%.svgNeuroscience 25%.svg Immunology 75%.svgPharmacologyUSMLE Step 1 75%.svgClinical MedicineSurgery 25%.svgOrthopaedics 25%.svgEmergency Medicine 25%.svgRadiation Oncology 75%.svgDiagnostic Radiology 25%.svg Speech 25%.svgA Textbook of Community Medicine 25%.svgOsirix 75%.svgUSMLE Step 2 25%.svgGeneral Medical InterestFirst Aid 100% developedDepression 75%.svgGenetic Counselling 75%.svgJehovah's Witness Informed Consent 75%.svgComputational Biology 25%.svgStuttering 100% developedHome Remedies 25%.svgConsciousness studies 100%.svgPre-Medical SubjectsGeneral Biology 25%.svgOrganic Chemistry 50%.svg General Chemistry 25%.svg

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The health science Wikibooks are still being developed. Some books are being expanded almost daily by expert authors, others are not yet being written. Pages where nothing has been written yet contain external links to relevant (and preferably non-commercial) websites.

The books on Radiation Oncology and Emergency Medicine are in a more advanced stage of development.

Pages marked as [DEV] are under development and do not yet contain (sufficient) useful material. Books which are currently online or being written are marked as [ACT]. Note: Please change [DEV] and [ACT]] to development stages.

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Basic Medical Sciences

Human Physiology is about how that body you live in actually works. An undergraduate, understandable, systemic approach to the human body's functions with a specific focus on homeostasis.
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Dentistry

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Medicine

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Allied health professions

Surgery

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Alternative Medicine

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Books for Medical Students

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Miscellaneous Books

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Related Books

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Stuttering, part of the series on Speech-Language Pathology, is an excellent guide for both the stutterer and the therapist.