Embryology on Part I?

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  1. arez10

    arez10 5+ Year Member

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    I spent a lot of time yesterday looking at the outline for boards and making sure I knew where everything was in FA and my other review books. Thing is, I do not see embryology ANYWHERE on the outline (except for lower limb development but we learned that in LEA). I find this too good to be true considering it was half of my Histo course...why would they teach it to us to not have it on boards? So can someone who has already taken Part I tell me where exactly this fits in?
     
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    bobdolerson 2+ Year Member

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    I'm anxiously awaiting a "there will be no embryology...in fact, you will be fine never looking at a development diagram again".
     
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    There is no embryo. We only learn embryo of lower limb during our LEA class. We don't even touch general embryo here and thank goodness for that.
     
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    I've been told that there is embryo, but its all limb embryo? Thats what the word is around my school.
     
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    We've been told the only embryo on the exam would be the development of the lower extremity. The APMLE website confirms this.
     
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    Okay, that's awesome news. Thanks!
     

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