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what are the best resource to approach pathophysio?
I would recommend to thoroughly go through physiology first using Najeeb for parts you don't understand and costanzo. For pathology I would recommend you use pathoma and goljan audio. After you got both of those down you can use clinical pathophysiology made ridiculously simple to reinforce everything.
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