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USMLE Books High Yield Neuroanatomy

hey did any found that high yield neuroanatomy contain tremendous syndrome and information is those all information are high yield>? bcz they are not present neither in firstaid or kaplan
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i felt first aid neuroanatomy was inadequate. "High yield neuroanatomy" is great for understanding the concepts highlighted in the USMLE world question bank.

its a short book. id highly recommend it
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i felt first aid neuroanatomy was inadequate. "High yield neuroanatomy" is great for understanding the concepts highlighted in the USMLE world question bank.

its a short book. id highly recommend it
thanks but when you talk about concept do you mean also the low yield information(many syndromes..... and also like all motor tract rubrospinal... bcz first aid mention only corticospinal tract)?
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i thought it was useful for brainstem concepts and vascular accidents. There's lots of CT images in there as well

Spinal tracts are straight forward in first aid
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