Welcome to MedGuide’s premedical series of content. Here you will find a collection of videos and MCQs. Make your own notes, at your own pace, with the videos and then have a crack at the questions – don’t worry, all questions are answerable from the video content. Best of luck!
- Define, and be able to demonstrate, key anatomic movement including flexion, extension, rotation, circumduction, abduction, adduction
- Outline the anatomical position and its relative importance
- Discuss the sutures and osteology of the skull in outline
- Discuss key indications, and differences of common imaging modalities: CT, X-ray, MRI
- Outline the anatomical planes of the body
- Discuss the core clinical anatomy of the hip joint and femur
PreMed Part I
Medial to the index finger
Proximal to the wrist
Superior to the humerus
Distal to the ulnar styloid process
True or falseThe nose lies in the median sagittal plane
A division into a medial and lateral part
A horizontal division
A vertical division forming an anterior and posterior compartment set
None of the above
A mostly immovable junction between bones
The articular region of a synovium
The attachment of the coronary ligament
Are only present in the coronal plane
Which suture is indicated by the orange pin?
Which bone is indicated by the red pin?
Which imaging modality is being used?
The lesion is distal to the thumb
The lesion is proximal to the toes
The lesion is inferior to the pubic bone
The lesion is inferior to the nipples
During medial rotation
During lateral rotation
Which movement is seen with the right upper limb at the shoulder joint?