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Spirometry

🥵 HARD The chart shown is a simplified volume-flow chart that you could get from the results of spirometry. The black curve is the normal result you would expect, the red and green curves show abnormal pathologies. Do you understand what the results might...

Cardiovascular pharmacology

😀 EASY This quiz is degisned to really test your pharmacology knowledge for all things cardiovascular! Best of luck.Reviewed by: awaiting review

Approach to methods of contraception

🤔 MEDIUM Test yourself on this more challenging set of MCQs on different methods of contraception Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak

Neuroanatomy Examination I

🥵 HARD This is one in a series of neuroanatomy "mid-term" papers designed to really test those looking to pursue careers in neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry or those who have a particular interest in neuroscience and anatomy.  Recommended as part of Warwick...

Methods of Dating a pregnancy

😀 EASY Here are 10 MCQs to test/revise a few key concepts from the lecture on Methods of Dating a Pregnancy. Good luck!Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak

Dementia and Cognitive Assessment

😀 EASY NeuroSoc and MedGuide hosted a fantastic, all-day neurophysiology session for phase I Warwick Medical Students (February 2021).  In this day, we gave eight lectures covering many of the Brain and Behaviour Preclinical contents.  Check out one of those...

Metabolism I MCQ

🤔 MEDIUM Eighteen questions test to your asic understanding of lipid and carbohydrate structure and function.Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak on 25 July 2019

Approach to the normal puerperium period and breast feeding

🤔 MEDIUM The puerperium period can be both an enjoyable and difficult time for new parents, with a body changing once again to adapt to no longer having to grow another human! Have a go at these questions- good luck! Reviewed by: awaiting review[mtouchquiz id=172...

Pelvis and Perineum Anatomy – Part One

🤔 MEDIUM I've got a treat for you today. Five pelvic and perineal anatomy questions for the basic science student!  Have fun and remember, well I have nothing witty to say actually haha. Did you know that the pelvis used to be called the innominate bone, literally...

Approach to a patient with a rash

🤔 MEDIUM Rashes are some of the most common presentation to GP practices, with most can be quite easy to identify. Have a go at some of these questions to test your knowledge - good luck!Reviewed by: awaiting review [mtouchquiz id=216 alerts=off multiplechances=off...