Intracranial Hemorrhage – Top USMLE Diseases

Intracranial Hemorrhage – Top USMLE Diseases

by Craig Canby, PhD, Hetal Verma, MD, Roy Strowd, MD

In our neurology course, Intracranial Hemorrhage refers to any bleeding within the skull.

Various types of bleeding can be recognized as intracranial, including hemorrhagic stroke within the brain, extradural/subdural, and subarachnoid. In this course you will learn about the different types of intracranial hemorrhage, their presentations and management.

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Course Details

  • Videos 7
  • Duration 0:33 h
  • Quiz questions 20
  • Concept Pages 4

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Your Educators of course Intracranial Hemorrhage – Top USMLE Diseases

 Craig Canby, PhD

Craig Canby, PhD

Dr. Craig Canby is a Professor of Anatomy and the Associate Dean for Academic Curriculum and Medical Programs at the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Des Moines University, Iowa, USA.
He obtained his PhD in Anatomy at the University of Iowa.
For his achievements in teaching and research, he received various awards such as the DPT Class of 2008 Teaching Excellence Award and the prestigious Hancher-Finkbine Medallion.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Canby teaches courses on Anatomy.

 Hetal Verma, MD

Hetal Verma, MD

Dr. Hetal Verma is a Clinical Instructor of Radiology and the Co-Director of the Radiology Cambridge Integrated Clerkship at Harvard Medical School, MA, USA.
She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed her Breast Imaging fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Since 2012, she is the Director of Breast Imaging at Cambridge Health Alliance Radiology, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
She is passionate about women's health and has vast experience in teaching medical students and residents at Harvard Medical School.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Verma teaches courses on Radiology.

 Roy Strowd, MD

Roy Strowd, MD

Dr. Roy Strowd is the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, in North Carolina, USA.
He obtained his MD from Wake Forest School of Medicine in 2009, and his MEd from Johns Hopkins University in 2021. Currently, he co-directs the Neurofibromatosis and Tuberous Sclerosis Clinics at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, and is a researcher for the Adult Brain Tumor Consortium (ABTC) and Alliance for Clinical Trials in Neuro-Oncology.
Due to his achievements, he earned the M. Brownell Anderson Award from the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Strowd teaches courses on Clinical Neurology.


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It is clear, well explained and very useful. Totally recommended.
By Alejandro D. on 22. April 2021 for Subarachnoid Hemorrhage – Intracranial Hemorrhage (ICH)

It is clear, well explained and very useful. Totally recommended.

 
Introduction?
By Chad-Solomon D. on 18. July 2020 for Types of Intracranial Hemorrhage – Intracranial Hemorrhage (ICH)

If you are going to go into haemorrhages and this is Anatomy the different layers of the meninges should at least be mentioned.

 
awesome lecture!
By Tr??ng P. on 19. June 2020 for Subdural Hemorrhage – Intracranial Hemorrhage (ICH)

Manifold information was expressed pretty clearly, making me grasp almost the necessary knowledge of Intracranial hemorrhage.