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Can anyone recommend where I can find and study for the UE and LE lesions. I think the step 1 FA is not enough. I keep missing some questions . Please Help
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what do you mean by UE and LE? do you mean UMN and LMN lesions?
If yes, kaplan step1 neuroanatomy is the best resource you can get!
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Thanks Cool_atomic..What i mean is the lesions of the upper limbs like median, radial etc..and lesions of the inferior limbs like Peroneal etc...I keep finding questions in some books that i cannot resolve . even with the kaplan book and FA for step 1. I ll post some of them to see if others are able to..
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Thanks Cool_atomic..What i mean is the lesions of the upper limbs like median, radial etc..and lesions of the inferior limbs like Peroneal etc...I keep finding questions in some books that i cannot resolve . even with the kaplan book and FA for step 1. I ll post some of them to see if others are able to..
Actually kaplan step 1 anatomy book is enough , but if u find some hard question , u can def post here ...
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Thanks Cool_atomic..What i mean is the lesions of the upper limbs like median, radial etc..and lesions of the inferior limbs like Peroneal etc...I keep finding questions in some books that i cannot resolve . even with the kaplan book and FA for step 1. I ll post some of them to see if others are able to..
it will definitely be a benefit to read innervations from an anatomy book of your choice. If you know where a nerve goes, then it'll be easier to identify the site (but not always). These neuro questions are tricky! I am not too good at them either but still manage quite ok.
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