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I'm struggling in understanding renal section.
dr. Robert b.dunn video lecture is very draggy and very hard to understand.
What can I do to improve my understanding about renal physiology?
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where are u from? (unrelated)

try brs physio
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yes I would say BRS physio is pretty good when it comes to renal physio
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I'm struggling in understanding renal section.
dr. Robert b.dunn video lecture is very draggy and very hard to understand.
What can I do to improve my understanding about renal physiology?
Try Dr. Najeeb lecs, work for me!
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