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Anatomy review book: HY, Kaplan or other?

Discussion in 'Step I' started by CSRA, May 11, 2007.

  1. CSRA

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    I am getting hosed on Qbank anatomy, and I am looking for suggestions on an anatomy review source. I have an older version of HY and the 2006 version of the Kaplan, neither seems sufficient to answers the crazy questions on Qbank w/ some understanding. . . any suggestions welcome.

    thanks
     
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    I prefer USMLE roadmap.
     
  4. N-Surge

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    RR Gross and Developmental Anatomy is what I decided to go with. A friend of mine used Snell (the "little" Snell). Just some other options to take a peak at when you go shopping.
     
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    hey guys, what about for neuroanatomy??? roadmap ok?
     
  6. SkylineMD

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    some of the anatomy questions on Qbank seem anal retentive. I think if you focus on the brachial plexus, basic nerve injuries, and HY neuro you should be in good shape for the real thing. I am speaking however with no experience with the real exam... just what my feeling are on the topic.
     
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    Roadmap for clinical, probably good.

    HY for the anatomy and such (pathways...), I think might be better.
     

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