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Second Aid: USMLE mnemonics This is a list of medical mnemonics, side-notes, and generalizations I wrote down while going through my 2010 First Aid book while supplementing with 2012 Falcon, Kaplan,...
Mnemonics are a great tool for the medical student. They allow complex information to be condensed into a few words and essentially make your memory more efficient.
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These are 2 flowcharts that I made to help me understand the basic blood supply to the brain and drainage via the venous sinus system. They don't go into huge detail, but rather give a general overview and schematic. Enjoy :P
I find it an easy way to study all of the arteries in our body. The name of the arteries are in Latin, but the extra explanation is in Dutch (sorry for that!). If you find any mistakes or tips how to make it better, please put it in the comments, so I can correct them :)
A summary of upper limb nerve injuries of the 5 main nerves (Radial, Median, Ulnar, Axillary and Musculocutaneous). Summarises the mechanism of injury and the likely clinical examination findings. A common topic for exams.