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🤔 MEDIUM The hypothalamus has been described as an orchestra conductor, the master regulator ... and a nightmare for medical students to learn.  Basically, the brain wants to do something, it goes (for a lot of life) through its "fixer" the hypothalamus to get it...

Oxygen Transport MCQ

😀 EASY This MCQ relates to the learning outcomes covered in the oxygen transport lecture. Good luck! Reviewed by Daniel Mercer on 11th October 2019

Approach to the Patient with Chronic Memory Loss, Confusion and Dementia

🤔 MEDIUM This question is the first in a two-parter, on chronic confusion and memory loss. It contains ONE patient only.  All I can say, by way of a not-too-subtle clue, is: "ITS A TRAP!"Reviewed by: awaiting review[mtouchquiz id=168 alerts=off singlepage=on...

Approach to the Patient with Abdominal Distention

🤔 MEDIUM Test yourself on a range of questions on abdominal distention, some are easier than others!Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak

Cellular Adaptation and Cellular Damage

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Pelvis and Perineum Anatomy – Part Five

🤔 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...

Pathophysiology of Diabetes MCQ

😀 EASY These questions cover some of the fundamental pathophysiology of diabetes and glucose regulation, and finish off with some simple clinical application.Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak

SocPop Revision MCQs 1

🤔 MEDIUM A range of SocPop questions dealing with biases, health behaviour and development. Good luck!Reviewed by: awaiting review

Spinal Cord

  Awaiting review • Descending tracts in the posterior white column• The difference between anatomy, function and clinical correlate of thepyramidal and EPS• Complete spinal cord transection• Further tracts: ascending - spinotectal, spinoreticular, spino-olivary...

Approach to the Patient with Neutropenic Sepsis

🤔 MEDIUM Test yourself with a short set of questions on the topic of Neutropenic Sepsis! Reviewed by: awaiting review