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Clinical Neuroanatomy: Part Four

🤔 MEDIUM Neuroanatomy can be tough.  But with time, and effort, it is a very logical and rewarding system that can make you seem like a pro. “Where’s the lesion?” isn’t the only thing you’ll be tested on in this series however.  Best of luck!  Reviewed by: awaiting...

Hypersensitivity MCQs

🤔 MEDIUM Can you distinguish between the different types of hypersensitivity reaction and their basic pathophysiologies?Reviewed by Daniel Mercer

Warwick Medical School Block One Mock – Part One

Welcome to this block one mock exam.  Allow yourself one minute per question, as per the exam, and try to do them all closed book.  Each question matches learning outcomes across anatomy, imaging, pharmacology and physiology.  Good luck! Reviewed by:...

Control of Cardiac Output

This is yet another stem of questions using the laws of flow physiology to elucidate the means of heart failure and compensation for different volume-ion changes in disease states. Enjoy! Reviewed by: awaiting review [mtouchquiz id=36 alerts=off singlepage=on...

Consciousness and GCS

🤔 MEDIUM Test your knowledge on some disorders of consciousness and what the Glasgow Coma Score is!Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak, 23 February 2020

Neuroanatomy: Introduction to Neuroanatomy and Neocortex Part One of Two

  Awaiting review What are the sulci and gyri of the cerebral hemispheres? What lobes do they form? FTOP gyri, Brodmann named and functionality therefore Lesions of the motor cortex, prefrontal, sensory cortex, primary visual cortex, PAC Brief summary, therefore,...

Approach to the Patient with Oedema – Part One

🤔 MEDIUM Here is the first of two questions on oedema.  A bit like that scene in the Harry Potter book where the muggle expands and floats off (hence the balloons).  There are two to choose from and here is one of them ... good luck! Reviewed by: awaiting...

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...

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...

Approach to the patient with Dizziness and Vertigo

🤔 MEDIUM Everybody now! "You spin me right round, like a record baby!". Have a go at this quiz on dizziness and vertigo, some are more challenging! As always, read that question stem carefully!Reviewed by: awaiting review [mtouchquiz id=190 alerts=off...