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Anatomy ANS innervation from Kaplan Anatomy

I went through the Kaplan LN's (gross anatomy), but I remember years ago, doing much more detail in Med School. Kaplan only has a very general outline of PANS and SANS innervation, and the organization of ganglia.

My question, is kaplan enough to know for that? because i've forgotten the details!!!!
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its more than enough.
u can't remember all the book.
kaplan give u the most importent point for the exam
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its more than enough.
u can't remember all the book.
kaplan give u the most importent point for the exam
thanks! it's just that i saw all those ganglia, thoracic and lumbar splanchnic nerves, the various other ganglia, and how it's all put together. i remember it was more involved, and the connections a little more complex.

also missing from kaplan seems to be the PANS and SANS sensory fibres. but like you said, i do think the general idea in the LN's is presented, and i'm just gonna stick with kaplan, and not bother with all the specifics.
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