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Default Should I put extra infor. in FA in pathoma?

about to finish PATHOMA book and videos but I feel it's not like kaplan books I mean every word in pathoma looks important so I think I 'll put extra infor. in FA in pathoma? or should i do opposite? what do u think ?
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I never touched Pathoma's book.. I did the videos along with FA and almost everything is in there, so yes, it ain't a bad idea to put some extra info in the FA from pathoma.
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I never touched Pathoma's book.. I did the videos along with FA and almost everything is in there, so yes, it ain't a bad idea to put some extra info in the FA from pathoma.
How much extra info in fa not in pathoma ?
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How much extra info in fa not in pathoma ?
Well, there are some diseases like some ophthalmopathies and other things that are not covered in Pathoma and of course sometimes occurs the opposite with some topics. However for those missing diseases the explanation in FA I think is more than enough.
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