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Hay there,
Today I'm starting to study physiology from BRS-Kaplan-Kaplan DVDs & First Aid.
In FA, physiology is scattered all over the chapters, there's no physiology chapter, so what's the best way to review it?
.BRS
.just stick to what is in the FA
.or should I buy a review book

what would u do?
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Kaplan Physio + FA physio - more than enough.

If you want more: add in BRS physio (Great book)
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I agree with qirkegaard (again ) Kaplan physio covers it well and then you can go over it in a more concise way with FA which has it in every system. Also the Kaplan videos are a great help to understand what's said in the book, so watch them if you can.
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In kaplan physio,neurophysiology is not given rite?

wat to do for it?
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If by neurophysio, you mean actions potentials to stimulate neurons and stuff, yes, it's taught. The rest if Neuro (like basal ganglia direct and indirect pathways) are taught in Kaplan Neuroanatomy.
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I agree with qirkegaard (again ) Kaplan physio covers it well and then you can go over it in a more concise way with FA which has it in every system. Also the Kaplan videos are a great help to understand what's said in the book, so watch them if you can.
I think I'll do just that, I kind of regret buying BRS, I think I'll stick to Kaplan and hope for the best....
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