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Question FA for anatomy and physiology

i know this might sound like a silly question, but the anatomy needed to be studied in FA is divided into different organ systems right. is this where u read it or has my first aid( i bought it used from a store, old one 2010 edition) lost the anatomy part?

is this the same with physiology ?
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i know this might sound like a silly question, but the anatomy needed to be studied in FA is divided into different organ systems right. is this where u read it or has my first aid( i bought it used from a store, old one 2010 edition) lost the anatomy part?

is this the same with physiology ?
There is no such thing as a silly question on this website in my opinion. I'd advise you to buy the latest FA. Otherwise with your question, the systems include Anatomy, physiology, pathology and pharm on the FA. The Anatomy portion always comes first. If you feel it's not enough, as FA gives high yield stuff, review your Anatomy from the High yield Gross Anatomy book or Kaplan LN. I hope this helps.
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There is no such thing as a silly question on this website in my opinion. I'd advise you to buy the latest FA. Otherwise with your question, the systems include Anatomy, physiology, pathology and pharm on the FA. The Anatomy portion always comes first. If you feel it's not enough, as FA gives high yield stuff, review your Anatomy from the High yield Gross Anatomy book or Kaplan LN. I hope this helps.
thanks for the suggestion
will try to buy a used book
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FA is not enough, but what's in there is must-know and very likely to appear on the exam.
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