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I'm doing path from goljan and listening to the audio files.Some chapters are not mentioned in the audio files.Should I do the entire chapter from the book?
Can some one pls tell how to study pathology simple and easy method.
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He mentions in the very first audio lecture that he doesn't cover the whole book in his lectures because it is impossible in such a short time.
Goljan is a huge book. If you feel like it's too much information, check out pathoma. Less information, but better retention.

I think Goljan is doable, but if your goal is only to read it once, it might be a waste of time. You need to remember that you need a huge amount of time to retain a book as huge as Goljan. Try to use it as a reference book only. Use FA + Pathoma + question bank of your choice - if you don't understand the pathology (get many questions wrong - look up the topics in Goljan).
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