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Promoting sketching to help learn your GSSE anatomy

Enhance your Visual Memory

Understanding the relationship of anatomical structures is vital for your exams and your surgical training. Try to start forming a visual memory of the structures in a particular anatomical region, this way you will be able to rapidly identify if one structure lies superficial or deep to another etc. Observation and drawing is key to forming this visual memory!

14/05/2020

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