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    how much of your medical degree "syllabus" do you actually use when eventually a doctor or a surgeon??

    I guess it depends what you specialise in. Anatomy will always be useful, not so sure about Biochem and Physiology, but you need to understand them in order to understand what goes wrong. As for further years, apparently it gets more applied as you go through them, so hopefully there will be some use for it all, or they wouldn't teach it to us!
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