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Default Do you find the section on atrial and ventriclar septation difficult?

i've always found it tough. looking at the first aid, looks like i need to really understand the concepts here.

does the kaplan anatomy dvd series do a good job with this? and also for fetal circulation?
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yeah,do the kaplan embryovideo.the guy really did a good job and you wouldnt need to cram it anymore.he takes it step by step
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thanks blade. i'm going to check it out. i wish i learned all this stuff the first time around, properly though.
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absolutely unbelievable explanation from the kaplan anatomy guy! i remember tearing my hair out when i tried to learn this stuff. but he explains it so simply in the videos. i think learning it in 2 dimensional really helps.

as i go through these kaplan lecture dvds and notes, sometimes i really do kick myself for trying to analyze too much when i studied it for the first time. a lot of this stuff is not as bad as it seemed at the time.

i'm kicking myself now, because i wish i had learned all this stuff back then, while not getting lost in the details. instead of memorizing, i should have LEARNED this stuff!
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i feel like crying right now (in a good way)

this kaplan gross anatomy guy is making things so easy! i always feared congenital heart diseases, and always had to memorize everything in chart form.

but now i actually UNDERSTAND it all, and it makes it so much easier to learn this way. i have the biggest grin right now!
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