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2/22/10 1:18 PM
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groundfighter2000
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Any MDs, PAs,DPTs etc. who have tips, advice, recommended study guides etc. for gross anatomy?
2/27/10 5:04 AM
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3/11/10 1:50 AM
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do you have cadaver exams?
Bell ringers?

or is this for personal knowledge?

Flash cards are great for anatomy
- Netters, Rohen's

3/11/10 1:50 AM
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do you have cadaver exams?
Bell ringers?

or is this for personal knowledge?

Flash cards are great for anatomy
- Netters, Rohen's

3/16/10 9:41 PM
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Learn from my mistakes...spend as much time as you possibly can in the cadaver lab. Of course, this is provided you have real practical exams. If not, I have no idea what you should do. Probably Netter's.
3/16/10 9:53 PM
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Im doing this for Physical therapy school, starts in June. Yes we have real lab practicals.
4/21/10 2:00 PM
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