I would focus on what interests you. If cardiology or renal interests you, go for it. If it's general surgery that fascinates you, go for it. If you don't know what you have a passion for yet, that's ok too, and studying something you struggled with is a good place to start either way. But if there is one area that really fascinates you, you are almost guaranteed to succeed and it will look great on your resume.
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