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Microscope Pathology Slides and Pictures Problem!

Hi
I want to ask you something guys
When I am trying to do pathology USMLEWorld questions.....I find it very difficult to know the answer if they give us just a picture without enough clinical information.

So should I know the answer just by looking at the pictures ...and how can I do it ...because I find them too difficult
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Default Don't worry

Most of the real USMLE exam questions that has pathology slides can be answered from the clinical vignettes.

USMLE World is generally hard at the beginning but with time you'll find yourself doing better.

See the FA path slides and do WebPath to improve your performance (if you have time)
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Default Goljan Path slides

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Most of the real USMLE exam questions that has pathology slides can be answered from the clinical vignettes.

USMLE World is generally hard at the beginning but with time you'll find yourself doing better.

See the FA path slides and do WebPath to improve your performance (if you have time)
In addition to FA path slides, Goljan Pathology slides are also recommended by some.
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