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Hey guys I just wanna ask ....
Is it worth spending time on the clinical part of Keith L Moore Clinically Oriented Anatomy
or FA + KLN does it all for anatomy ..... ???
and also how to practice for the CT-scans ???
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Hello. I just got my result yesterday. Happy about it.
In my experience, about anatomy, if it's in FA it's more likely to appear in the exam. Those colored pictures may appear as scans.

You should try High Yield Anatomy, at least an older edition has lots of scans.

If you pick a thick textbook focus only on images, normal structures and very characteristic abnormalities, those mentioned on FA for example.
Recognizing main vascular structures in thorax and abdomen scans is very high yield, intracranial vessels also.

If you have enough time, you can put that information in your longer term memory by drawing your own anatomy charts -- you can make sense of the celiac trunk
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