We as medical students accept that we learn better with real patients or at least a case scenarios than from reading reams of text. And we all realize that there is a huge gap between the textbook deductions and real clinical confronts. Books like “Tajurbat a Tabib” can help bridge this gap in contextual learning. Because it’s not all about the exam preparation though. It’s about achieving excellence as a diagnostician and specialist in your field, for which this book provides a suitable framework.
Although “Tajurbat a Tabib” standalone book of its kind, but I definitely would not recommend it as “one”, rather it should be read in conjunction with other over-arching reference books. Like any PBL scenario, you will get more out of the investment in this book by doing additional work. If you care about the truth, you will find a treasure trove of wisdom in this book but the condition, is you have to read it again and again by keeping in mind the quote of Oscar wild “If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.”