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Hey guys....recently a few of my friend took step 1, and a couple of them had quite a few lower limb questions that are not covered in FA...anyone have any good online sources for high yield lower limb anatomy...also i know about the fibular neck fracture, but what if the tibia is fractured, what nerve is damaged? would it be a simple answer like tibial nerve (i doubt that was an answer choice though)
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tibia fracture associated with popletial artey damage
n if u ve enough time go thru SNELL review if nt then go thru the pictures n clinical cases in it
still if u dnt ve time may b u cn use kaplan nt bad
but nw ive xam in 2 weeks so i plan to go thru pics only n then fr clinical correlates i think even FA is nt bad
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tibia fracture associated with popletial artey damage
n if u ve enough time go thru SNELL review if nt then go thru the pictures n clinical cases in it
still if u dnt ve time may b u cn use kaplan nt bad
but nw ive xam in 2 weeks so i plan to go thru pics only n then fr clinical correlates i think even FA is nt bad
hey dude thanks for the reply, what is SNELL review?...also regarding tibial fracture, my friend was asked what NERVE is damaged? respects
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Hey guys....recently a few of my friend took step 1, and a couple of them had quite a few lower limb questions that are not covered in FA...anyone have any good online sources for high yield lower limb anatomy...also i know about the fibular neck fracture, but what if the tibia is fractured, what nerve is damaged? would it be a simple answer like tibial nerve (i doubt that was an answer choice though)
well...tht is smething i never really thought of but well nw we dnt knw wt exactly the q ws n wt were the options
tibial n i well secured n rarely injured n tibial fracture cn b associated with fibular fracture or entrapment of nerve during callous formation so in these cases we ve common peroneal so dnt knw
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well...tht is smething i never really thought of but well nw we dnt knw wt exactly the q ws n wt were the options
tibial n i well secured n rarely injured n tibial fracture cn b associated with fibular fracture or entrapment of nerve during callous formation so in these cases we ve common peroneal so dnt knw
alrite thanks anyways bro...if i find out, ill let you know....also can you tell me what snell is?
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Snell is a Clinical Anatomy by Richard Snell
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