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vertebra histology


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May 19, 2003
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Originally posted by Beth_yu
anyone took that class+lab before?
How important is it in med school?

I am still an undergrad.

Do you mean "vertebrate" histology? Because I can tell you that the histology of vertebrae is not every interesting nor is it all that important.


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Dec 3, 2003
right here
I'm in undergrad animal histology right now, and from friends that have taken it before medical school, they say it helped them tremendously later on. The undergrad class at my school is actually harder than at the medical school, so once you get to med school, you have one class you already know.
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