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Default Is the Cardiac Physiology Section in Kaplan some kind of joke?

Quite a bit of detail in there. I haven't started any practice questions yet, I want to at least get through kaplan, but isn't this level of information for physiology for cardiac too in depth?

Anybody who has already seen UsmleWorld questions, can you comment on this? Is kaplan physiology still worthwhile to go through?
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Bro cardiac physio is more then enough in KLN but u will become more strong if u do the lectures with it....
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I too agree Reggie, I think it is important to go thru KLN unless we have a time constraint in which case I think brs physio is good
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do it with videos....KLN physio is awesome...but with videos
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