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GSSE statement and reasoning question on the anatomy of the popliteus muscle to assist with your GSSE revision

Statement & Reasoning

Although the anatomy component of the GSSE is comprised of type X and spots, many of the specialty specific exams (SSE) still contain type A and type B questions. Primary Anatomy covers them all. Using all question types is an excellent way to enhance and re-enforcing your anatomical knowledge, and will prepare you for all your surgical exams.

Here’s a statement and reasoning question to test you!



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