WWUViking1983 Posted November 27, 2015 Share Posted November 27, 2015 Question for anyone who has completed their surgical rotation: how much of the anatomy that you needed to know for surgery came from your didactic anatomy courses? I'm just curious because we learn anatomy from a PhD anatomist, and although they address the "clinical relevance" of a lot of structures, there seems to be a disconnect between that and what we have been learning in our Physical Diagnosis courses. So I'm just curious how much of didactic anatomy is worth retaining in the front of my brain. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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