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Guys this topic is driving me crazy...i read it ten times and still have no idea which structure comes from where...does anybody have any tips to make it stick???

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Well yeah, its weird.

But the way that it works for me is that - endoderm is "endo" - skin, glands and all that,
Endoderm is inner derm and inner glands (gut, liver and so on)

And Mesoderm is anything that inbetween.

All you are left with now is to revise the exemptions.
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http://www.gwu.edu/~med09/Exam2/Ecto...Endo.doc...can look up to this site..
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Guys this topic is driving me crazy...i read it ten times and still have no idea which structure comes from where...does anybody have any tips to make it stick???

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I watched this a year ago and still remember.
The problem with this its that its time consumer.
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^^Thanks a lot..appreciate it.
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Skin and glands are from ectoderm
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Well yeah, its weird.

But the way that it works for me is that - endoderm is "endo" - skin, glands and all that,
Endoderm is inner derm and inner glands (gut, liver and so on)

And Mesoderm is anything that inbetween.

All you are left with now is to revise the exemptions.
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Skin and glands are from ectoderm



All this Cramming Stuff Sucks !
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This video from youtube will help you
Best of luck
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I got a question in my usmle step 1 that asked me about the origin of right lung
Foregut endoderm
Hindgut endoderm
Midgut endoderm
Paryngeal pouch endoderm
Paryngeal cleft endoderm
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