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iPED Conference Question #3
Which of the following are most easily and effectively incorporated into face-to-face learning
 
Facial Findings 01
In the video above, I asked the gentleman shown to blink his eyes repeatedly. Based on the findings visible here, what is the most likely diagnosis
 
EMG Findings 01
In the needle EMG study shown in the video above, the finding of motor unit action potentials that are large, long, and polyphasic would be most consistent with which of the following
 
Neuromuscular 10
Courtesy of Dr. Mark Cohen What does this biopsy specimen show
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 09
An 8 year-old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents. The parents state that on 2 occasions over the past several months, the girl has come into their room in the early morning, drooling and having difficulty talking, with a slight facial droop...
 



User Forums and Comments



QuickTime compatibility added
The videos in the EMG tutorial can now be viewed on the Apple iPad, iPod touch, and other machines that require QuickTime.
 
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Myopathy vs Denervation
Here's the url for gliageek's video on Denervation, Dystrophy, and Disorders of Energy Metabolism:http://frontalcortex.com/page=oll&qid=1088&topic=24
 
Videos can now be viewed in full-screen mode
Howdy.There are several videos on numerous topics posted on the site.  Previously, you've only been able to watch them in one size.  Now, when you click the full screen button on the video, and it should fill your screen.If you have any difficulties with this, please email me...
 
Another Pathology Site
Another pathology site, where users can share path images and videos. Remember, you can do this on FrontalCortex, too!
 
Lots of New Stuff
There are a lot of new features on FrontalCortex which have been added over the past few months.Most significantly, we've added the ability for users to create and maintain multimedia online courses.  Check out the courses tab.  You'll find an online...
 
What is FrontalCortex.com?
FrontalCortex.com is a resource for residents, medical students, and attending physicians studying neurology.It features a free question bank with over 230 questions. Each of these questions has many permutations, so that you'll get a slightly different question each time you load it...
 
Re: Re: Comments
Thanks!Movement disorder & neuroopth videos are a great idea.  If I'm able to find some, I'll definitely put them up here.  Any ideas where I might encounter someIn the meantime, here are a couple of questions on FrontalCortex that have animations...
 
Re: Comments
very good site and i suggest adding video moviez of movement disorder or neuropthalmology cases and thank u for great jobsulaiman
 



Online Course Content



Cells are Batteries
 Section 1: Cells are BatteriesCells are Batteries.  They generate an electrical potential (voltage) across the cell membrane.  For most cells, this is analogous to the DC current generated by a battery.   The video above shows how the voltage across...
 
Lobes of the cerebral hemispheres (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review part 6 (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review part 5 (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review part 4 (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review part 3 (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review part 2 (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review part 1 (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review (video)

 
Neuropathology Board Review
WelcomeWe are proud to present a series of videos by Dr. Mark Cohen, providing an overview of topics in neuropathology.When you click the thumbnails, the videos may begin playing in small size - you can enlarge them by clicking the square in the upper right hand corner of each video...
 
Abductor Digiti Quinti Pedis (video)

 
Primitive Reflexes - The Galant Reflex
GALANT REFLEXClick Here to See the First VideoClick Here to See the Second Video Test: This is also known as the trunk incurvation test.  In the video, the examiner holds the baby by the belly, with the anterior aspect of the infant's body facing the floor...
 
Primitive Reflexes - The Moro Reflex
MORO REFLEXClick Here to See the VideoTest: reflex is best elicited when infant is startled - loud noises, sudden flashes of light, or changes in vestibular position can stimulate this reflex. In the video, you can see the examiner holds the baby off the ground,...
 
Primitive Reflexes - The Rooting Reflex
ROOTING REFLEXClick Here to See the VideoTest:  This is a sensory reflex, which occurs when an infant responds to stimulation on around the mouth.  In the video, you can see the examiner stroke the baby on the perioral area.Normal response:  The infant will...
 
Primitive Reflexes - The Foot Grasp Reflex
FOOT GRASP REFLEXClick Here to See the VideoTest: Pressure on the sole of the foot elicits this reflex.  In video, you can see the examiner place his finger just under the toes of the infant and apply pressure.Normal response: The infant's toes flex, or grasp...
 
Primitive Reflexes - The Plantar Reflex
THE PLANTAR REFLEX Click Here to See the Video Test: This is also known as the Babinski reflex. It is best evoked by a specific stimulation of the soles of the feet with a sharp object (like the end of a reflex hammer or a fingernail). In the video, you...
 
Primitive Reflexes - The Hand Grasp Reflex
HAND GRASP REFLEXClick Here to See the VideoTest: The hand grasp reflex occurs when pressure is applied to the infant's palm.  In the video, you can see the examiner's finger press on the palm of the infant. Normal response: The infant's fingers will flex, or grasp the examiner's finger...
 
Primitive Reflexes
Welcome.This is a mini-course written by Lizzy Freeman, M.S. III, and J. Douglas Miles, M.D., Ph.D. , and Dr. Mitzi Payne, all from Marshall University in West Virginia.  This mini-course is a brief tutorial on the primitive reflexes - those reflexes which...
 
Assessments
 Informal Assessments How well does this learner know the material  You can get an estimate of a learner’s knowledge base by their discussion of an image or short video.You can get an idea of their interest by the questions they pose.  Mixing with Face-to-Face...
 
Types of Teaching Resources on FrontalCortex.com
Think of FrontalCortex as a repository of resources that can help you learn or teach neurology.  By resources, we mean things like pages of hypertext, pictures, videos, multiple-choice questions, and so forth.Here's a list of the types of resources you...
 
Pages of Text or HTML with images
This kind of resource is more or less what you've been reading this presentation on: hypertext pages wihch mix text, hyperlinks, images and interactive images.Dr. Mark Cohen's lecture on Parkinsonian neurodegenerative diseases is a much stronger example...
 
Recorded Lectures and Flash Presentations
At this time, FrontalCortex.com has at least a dozen full-length lectures, featuring slides, recorded voice, and some basic user interactive features (Skip ahead, go back, etc).Great deal of interest from some medical instructors.  In residency programs, rarely...
 
Videos
Videos are very good for quickly conveying a lot of information, especially about movements.For example, this is the Babinski response: Teaching how to perform electromyography.  Mixing with Face-to-Face LearningDiscussing a topicShow appropriate videoAsk...
 
Sample Video (video)

 
Uploading New Videos
Videos are good
 
What kinds of resources can I find on FrontalCortex.com?
Think of FrontalCortex as a repository of resources that can help you learn or teach neurology.  By resources, we mean things like pages of hypertext, pictures, videos, multiple-choice questions, and so forth.Some people are looking for resources, so they...
 
Post-test for Peripheral Nervous System and Physical Exam Findings module.
Please answer all 6 questions after viewing the video. You will only be able to take this quiz once.  Once you have started it, you may go through it as many times as you want, and change your answers.  To submit your answers and receive your final score,...
 
Pre-test for Peripheral Nervous System and Physical Exam Findings module.
Please answer all 6 questions prior to viewing the video. You will only be able to take this quiz once.  Once you have started it, you may go through it as many times as you want, and change your answers.  To submit your answers and receive your final score,...
 
Galant 2 (video)

 
Galant (video)

 
Moro (video)

 
Rooting reflex (video)

 
Foot Grasp Reflex (video)

 
Hand Grasp Reflex (video)

 
Plantar response (video)

 
Intracerebral Hemorrhage (video)

 
Acute Cerebral Ischemia (video)

 
Digit 1 median-radial comparison study (video)

 
Demyelinating disease
Leukoencephalopathy is shorthand for a disease that preferentially manifests as damage to the white matter of the brain. While often referred to as “demyelinating diseases”, axonal damage is present in all of these disorders (in contrast to nearly...
 
How to edit online learning resource files (video)

 
Meningiomas
In this section, there are dozens of images of meningiomas and their subtypes. There is also an excellent video, by Dr. Mark Cohen, providing an overview of meningiomas.  Enjoy!
 
Pathology of Epilepsy (video)

 
Parkinson Disease: Nature, Nurture, and Neurodegeneration (video)

 
Demyelinating Diseases (video)

 
Denervation, Dystrophy, and Disorders of Energy Metabolism (video)

 
Neuromuscular disorders 1: Myopathies and Dystrophies
There is a wide array of pathology associated with nerve and muscle diseases.  This section will go into categories of muscle and nerve disorders, and certain specific disorders in depth.  Try the most recent additions to this section - an overview by jdmiles...
 
Shared Educational Resources
This section contains recorded lectures on neuropathology.  LEGAL STUFF: These presentations may contain information which is subject to copyright.  Downloading or copying any of these files is prohibited.  Although this material, or portions of this material...