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These notes helped me achieve a mark of 78% in my renal system exam, which is the equivalent of a 1st. The notes are based on a series of lectures on the subject. This is a very good, thorough and in depth review of the nervous system. They are very clearly laid out and easy to follow. They cut out unnecessary information on the topic, making the notes very concise, and fast to get through. Anyone studying medicine, or any other subject requiring knowledge of the renal system (e.g. physiology or anatomy), would benefit greatly from these notes. There are lecture in the series on the pharmacology, anatomy and physiology of the the renal system.

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Renal System Notes

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  • This product contains 10 documents
  • Approximately 31 pages

Highlights

  • Grade: 70-80% (1st)
  • Institution: Bristol University (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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