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Tubular Processing and Electrolyte Balance MCQ

This is a series of questions covering the learning outcomes of the lecture. Best of luck! Reviewed by Daniel Mercer on 24 June 2019

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,...

Subcortex: Part One of Four

  Awaiting review General arrangement of diencephalon  Location of the third ventricle and relations Location of the hypothalamus  Function of the hypothalamic nuclei  Anatomy of the optic chiasm and pituitary gland relations, location  Division of the pituitary...

Approach to the Patient with Acute Abdomen – Part I

🤔 MEDIUM This is a quiz to explore pediatric acute right right iliac fossa pain differentials. Reviewed by: awaiting review

Drugs and the kidney

🥵 HARD This MCQ relates to the learning outcomes in the drugs and the kidney lecture. Good luck!Reviewed by Megan McLean

Thorax Anatomy – Part Four

🥵 HARD Below is a stretch-and-challenge MCQ of clinically applied thoracic anatomy addressing learning outcomes of both the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s “Anatomical Society core regional anatomy syllabus for undergraduate medicine” and...

Approach to the Patient with Chronic Abdominal Pain

🤔 MEDIUM Abdominal pain can be as a result of numerous causes, test yourself against a few different ones here in this quiz! Good luck!Reviewed by: awaiting review

Wound healing and repair

🥵 HARD This quiz includes questions on wound healing and repair. Good luck! Reviewed by: awaiting review

Gastrointestinal Physiology Review MCQ – Part 2

Without a keen understanding of pertinent anatomy and physiology, students will struggle to apply pathology and pharmacology throughout their training and practice.   MedGuide are happy to introduce this series of MCQ sets comprising core clinically-relevant...

Approach to the patient with lymphadenopathy

🤔 MEDIUM Supposedly lymph nodes look like beans.... I'll let you be the judge of that. Test yourself on this quiz on causes of lymphadenopathy!Reviewed by: awaiting review