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USMLE Anatomy

Discussion in 'Step I' started by Claymore, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. Claymore

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    So, the gross anatomy section of First Aid is only about 10 pages long. Is this really adequate for the USMLE? I know anatomy is a low yield subject, and that much of it is neuro, but will I be adequately prepared for this part by knowing First Aid and a few key chapters from High Yield (extremities, head/neck)? I am planning on spending more time with HY Neuro. Thanks!

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  3. Olanzapine

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    Yup, FA is sufficient for gross and neuroanatomy. Just make sure that you know everything on those 10 pages, there is actually a good amount of info on them. You should be able to replicate the diagrams that are in first aid from memory.
     
  4. MacTavish

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    Ditto to Olanzapine's post...the few pages in FA dealing with gross and neuroanatmoy are extremely high yield, but are aadequate if you memorize them.
     

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