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Anatomy Best way to prepare for anatomy for the USMLE

hey guys!
What exactly is the best way to prepare for anatomy? I did Kaplan notes but is that enough? if not then what else can help??
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Yes kaplan is good.

Make sure you know your CT scans and MRI of the head.

and Brachial Plexus of the upper limb.

Those will be tested.
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Arrow Do the HY series

If you are not satisfied with Kaplan then you can see here
http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-st...-step-1-a.html
That poll stresses the fact that High Yield Gross Anatomy is a great book.

Also don't forget Neuroanatomy and see here http://www.usmle-forums.com/usmle-st...-step-1-a.html
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how about usmle road map:gross anatomy??? the book list in FA says its a good choice!! has anybody tried it??
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Is Kaplan sufficient for neuroanatomy aswell?
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Is Kaplan sufficient for neuroanatomy aswell?
well for the most part it is sufficient but i would suggest you read up on high yield neuroanatomy as well!!! its a good book, short and concise!! after you are done with kaplan, just give a day or two to high yield!! it wont take long and will be a good source of review!!
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hey!!

i feel Kaplan was good enough of course along with the videos..
n uworld seems to cover most of what is required...
i didn't read other books besides Kaplan and FA...

but then am still waiting for my result..

the thing is anatomy isn't very heavily tested..n whatever is has been covered in these places!!
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hey!!

i feel Kaplan was good enough of course along with the videos..
n uworld seems to cover most of what is required...
i didn't read other books besides Kaplan and FA...

but then am still waiting for my result..

the thing is anatomy isn't very heavily tested..n whatever is has been covered in these places!!
ya i guess you are right!! good luck on your result!!! let us know how it goes!!!
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