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04/11/14 @ 20:19 by jdmiles
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Thanks.  That's an excellent idea.

 

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02/21/14 @ 12:43 by kentjr
kentjrcome on....ingested like 8 pounds of ketamine is suggestive of toxic psychosis...too much so.
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02/21/14 @ 12:41 by kentjr
kentjrWhat do you think about creating a Resident-level bank and a Med-student level bank?  Questions like this one should be for med students.  important ? though.  awesome website.
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09/09/13 @ 20:45 by jdmiles
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Neuroanatomy
09/09/13 @ 20:45 by jdmiles

A set of educational materials intended to supplement a second-year medical school neuroscience course.


Directions and Planes of Section in Neuroanatomy
09/04/13 @ 00:32 by jdmiles

An orientation to the nervous system, introducing common terms used to describe directions and orientation, specifically as it pertains to neuroanatomy.


Superior-Inferior whole body
Superior-Inferior whole body
08/31/13 @ 15:05 by jdmiles

The red bar indicates the direction of the superior-inferior axis. Note that, unlike the rostral-caudal axis, the direction of the superior-inferior axis does not turn in the brain. The arrow points in the superior direction.


Inferior
Inferior
08/31/13 @ 14:50 by jdmiles

The unnecessarily large red arrow in this image points in the inferior direction. Contrast this to the rostral-caudal axis.