Oh okay gotcha. Well, in my opinion you only need two textbook resources (FA and Pathoma). I think it's easy to get lost and waste time with extra resources. Obviously if you have a very poor foundation then you might need some more help.I just saw that the library had tons of old stuff, so I was debating whether or not to check some of it out.
My medical school library also has older editions of classic texts and I asked myself the same question. So I viewed them. I found the ones that were >4+ years were dubious bc the content failed to reflect current diagnostic, treatment and/or evidence based data, e.g. genetics, ID, endoc, pharma.I just saw that the library had tons of old stuff, so I was debating whether or not to check some of it out.