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Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by applicant2002, Nov 16, 2002.

  1. applicant2002

    applicant2002 Senior Member
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    what part of embroyology is board relevant?
     
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  3. drchris33

    drchris33 MSIV
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    Very good question......
    I dont think there is anything relevant of embryology!!!!

    :)

    Chris
     
  4. LovelyRita

    LovelyRita Blade Slinger
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    Isn't that how babies are made? sorry just being silly...:)
     
  5. BrooklynDO

    BrooklynDO Senior Member
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    i was under the impression that the branchial arch stuff/ cranial nerve stuff is important, as well as anything having a clinical correlation in terms of congenital anomolies....
    but what do I know, Im MS1.
    :):confused:
     
  6. Careofme

    Careofme Senior Member
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    Hold on...are you saying that the COMLEX doesnt have that much Embryology on it? How much does it have? What about USMLE vs. COMLEX in embyology?

    care
     
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    Whatever part you learn in pathology 2nd year. Otherwise, it's a waste.
     
  8. applicant2002

    applicant2002 Senior Member
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    so basically what we study from Robbins regarding congenital pathological diseases e.g.PDA(patent ductus arteriosus(Sp) etc is all we need to know?

    thanks for allyour help!
     
  9. Careofme

    Careofme Senior Member
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    If I'm interested in taking both the COMLEX and USMLE will what I learn at a DO school be enough for both (considering that the COMLEX is devoid of very much embryology and osteopathic schools generally teach so that students will do best on the COMLEX not necessarily the USMLE)?

    care
     

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