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Blood FAB classification Leukemias

For people who already took the exam and those Who know almost everything about the exam I have a ??????

Do they ask about FAB classification of Myelogenous Leukemias. Is that something that I should learn good????? I had already like 2 or 3 ??? in Kaplan Qbank STEP 1
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For people who already took the exam and those Who know almost everything about the exam I have a ??????

Do they ask about FAB classification of Myelogenous Leukemias. Is that something that I should learn good????? I had already like 2 or 3 ??? in Kaplan Qbank. STEP 1

No they don't ask about it. Leave it.
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For people who already took the exam and those Who know almost everything about the exam I have a ??????

Do they ask about FAB classification of Myelogenous Leukemias. Is that something that I should learn good????? I had already like 2 or 3 ??? in Kaplan Qbank STEP 1
Whatever you see in Kaplan Qbank is going to be there in the exam.
You have to memorize the FAB classification and here's a mnemonic that help you memorize it http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-st...ification.html
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Just memorize them dude, it wouldn't take more than 5 minutes!!
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M3 with auer rods is fair game
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