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Default BRS NeuroPhysiology AND Kaplan Neuroanatomy ?

are they same things ? brs neuro is very hard, and i didn't find it in kaplan physio . so the same thing but extended is located in neuroanatomy ?
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are they same things ? brs neuro is very hard, and i didn't find it in kaplan physio . so the same thing but extended is located in neuroanatomy ?
Kaplan neuroanatomy is more than sufficient for the actual exam. No BRS required.
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oops i have a mistake . i have meaned neurophyisology chapter in brs physiology
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I think high yield neuroanatomy is enough. Kaplan is too long, brs is also very long.

Actually FA is enough but for people who want a more thorough studying as you seem to want
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