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  1. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    corticorubral fibers are excitatory or inhibitory?
  2. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Hey guys I'm having a lot of trouble with Neuroanatomy. I was thinking the combination of Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple and First Aid would be enough + Question Banks? I've been trying to learn with Kaplan and anything past Chapter 5 is so boring and doesn't make any sense...
  3. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    I’m starting my prep with neuroanatomy, I’m so weak at it, but I don’t know how to approach this difficult topic, I watched Kaplan videos but didn’t like it, felt like he just reads slides so I decided to move to dr.najeeb, It’s so time consuming (about 66 hrs ) My Qs 1- Should I watch the...
  4. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Had a quick doubt about the cervical to sacral distribution in the spinal cord. In Kaplan, the figure shows that the topographical arrangement going from trunk to the hand (medial to lateral). But then, FA2013 shows that the arms are more medially than the legs. I'm guessing there a difference...
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    According to uworld bell's palsy cause decrease tearing but HY Neuroanatomy says facial nerve lesion (feature of bells palsy) cause CROCODILE TEARS means excessive tearing... please explain
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    Ok so my exam is in 2 weeks and im currently doing my final first aid review, on neurology at the moment. First aid doesnt go into half as much detail on neuroanatomy as kaplan does, and most of the detailed neuroanatomy i read in high yeild/ kaplan has COMPLETELY evaporated from my...
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    Can any one tell me which all images/diagrams to focus in neuroanatomy?....FA has only two it enough?
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    I had been doing anatomy study for couple of weeks now however am facing problem in remembering the neuroanatomy and worse enough i dont do good on questions on neuroanatomy, please help
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    please help , how can we differntiated between them
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    hello there, any one did neuroanatomy dr najeeb from his online library, not the one on you tube since there are few there, as in his neuroanatomy library online subscription he has about 80 videos in neuroanatomy, any one had did them all, do you recommend doing all of them??? I am zero level...
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    If fluent in English and interested in doing it from Kaplan! contact me Posted the thread earlier but accidentally deleted the messages from inbox :(
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    I finished high yeild neuroanatomy month ago and now reading kaplan anatomy , do u think that I should read the kaplan neuroscience or skip it ???? Thanks
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    I am reading kaplan anatomy for z 2nd time. i wonder u guys would tell me whether the cross sectional brainstem pictures in neuroanatomy section are high yield or not?
  14. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Can someone please explain how what goes through grey and what through white rami communicans, what synapses, what doesn't..... It's so confusing!
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    I'm starting anatomy now, I just want to check if I should study neuroanatomy from Kaplan or high yield Thanks in advance
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    Mnemonic for sensory or motor or both in the 12 cranial nerves SOME SAY MARRY MONEY BUT MY BROTHER SAYS BAD BUSINESS MARRY MONEY. SOME = Sensory = CN I SAY = Sensory = CN II MARRY = Motor = CN III MONEY = Motor = CN IV BUT = Both = CN V MY = Motor = CN VI BROTHER = Both = CN VII SAY = Sensory...
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    A woman with hypertension develops weakness of lower face and left upper and lower limbs. She also has left pronator drift and left extensor plantar reflex. The answer to the question I think was damage to the internal capsule. can someone explain to me why? What does the internal capsule do...
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    If someone's corneal reflex is messed up, what other ability could be messed up? Tearing? Hearing? I'm confused. Thanks!
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    What nerves are involved in swallowing? Thanks!
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    Hi everyone I am about to start going over Neuro Science and I wanted to know from all of you which is the way to go? Considering I didnt learn Neuro that well in Med school and just coasted my way through (little more than a year ago), is Kaplan or HY better? Which one would teach it to a...
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