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Hi Guys,

I am almost done my neuroanatomy first read, and since it is a bulk of a topic, I would like to go over it randomly, the best way to do this is if we all post either mcqs or questions related to Neuroanatomy. Moreover, we can give study tips and share mnemonics for different sub-topics.

Hope to be reading some mind stimulating questions.
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OK, my advice - it is so much easier to learn cranial nerves after learning branchial arch derivatives. Oh, and one more - know visual field defects COLD! Spend time on that and you will be pleased when it comes to answering qs
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The nucleus that lies immediately medial (and deep) to the uncus is the

a) amygdala
b) caudate nucleus
c) claustrum
d) hippocampus
e) putamen
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hey what did u read for neuroanatomy???high yield...?is it a must to read this?
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hey what did u read for neuroanatomy???high yield...?is it a must to read this?

Hi, I used BRS Neuroanatomy, alot of information on it though, I would suggest you use HY since it is recommended by FA. finally, use FA as you go along, they neatly summarize and re-inforce alot of the points. in the end most of neuroanatomy is memory, the concepts aspect is very limited. Good Luck
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